We have often seen reports that the CBR is extremely busy catching up on driving tests and theory exams. There are now more than 600.000 exams that have to be passed. The CBR also makes every effort to ensure that the exams that were canceled during the lockdown period can be passed first. Among other things, they sought extra opening hours and extra examiners. 92 percent of all lockdown theory exams have already been rescheduled. First, it is the turn of the candidates with a postponed exam, which means that others who also want to take the exam have to wait longer.
Candidates who have already scheduled their catch-up exam can place it forward or at a later time. A candidate can temporarily reschedule this catch-up exam five times. Apparently, not all candidates whose exam did not pass due to the lockdown use the available places for catch-up exams, which is why the CBR will gradually release these available places for catch-up exams from 20 May to all candidates. All candidates who have to take a new exam or re-exam can therefore use this and may therefore be able to access the CBR rightly so than expected.
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