The RSA have published a list of the pass rates of all of it's driving test locations in 2016.
Those taking their driving test in Ennis should breath easy as 73.25% of people who took their test in Ennis passed.
Churchtown in Dublin was the test centre with the worst pass rate. In fact Dublin did not fare well on the whole, with 6 test centres in the county ranking in the 10 lowest rated test centres.
The overall average success rate across all of the centres was 53.65%.
Here's a breakdown of the ten best and ten worst centres to do your driving exam.
The ten towns with the highest pass rate:
1) Ennis 73.25%
2) Newcastle West 70.64%
3) Roscommon 70.17%
4) Clifden 70.12%
5) Sligo 69.63%
6) Kilrush 66.38%
7) Tralee 64.55%
8) Carrick-On-Shannon 63.31
9) Tralee 64.55%
10) Donegal 62.12
The ten towns with the lowest pass rate:
1) Churchtown 42.41%
2) Dun Laoghaire 45.16%
3) Tallaght 45.22%
4) Raheny 46.53%
5) Rathgar 47.44%
6) Finglas 48.05%
7) Wicklow 48.87%
8) Naas 49.16
9) Thurles 52.26%
10) Wexford 51.57%
Here's the full list as published on the RSA's website:
|Churchtown (Opened for testing on 20/01/2016)||42.41|
|Dun Laoghaire (Opened for testing on 20/01/2016. Closed since 11/06/2016)||45.16|
|Rathgar (Closed since 16/01/2016)||47.44|