Everyone knows the Test Centres in Poland are dodgy.
To be honest, most of it has been stamped out these days. The fact that all cars are fitted with cameras and microphones makes it nearly impossible for examiners to accept bribes - the only way in is through the head of the examination centres, and even then, the current case concerns 2006, not 2010.
Anyway, the Polish test doesn't make sense. When was the last time anyone out driving had to reverse through a set of traffic cones?
In a sense, the yard tests that you can actually control the car in the first place - which is no bad thing. What's the point in someone taking the test if they can't even perform two basic tests?
I would never personally volunteer to take a test in Poland for love or money.
Why not? The test is actually tougher than the UK counterpart, not least because of the system of only allowing 2 minors in a particular aspect as opposed to 3 in the UK.
I don't disagree about driving standards, but there are some very good instructors out there who could easily teach in the UK.
]If I was to go trough the polish process of getting a driving license how long would it aprox take if I got the whole package from a school? Also I need to stay in Poland for about 180 days(?)? Is there any way to get around that?
It can be done very quickly - you can do the entire course within a week if you're really so inclined.
As for staying in Poland - you need the EU residence permit and a PESEL. This can take up to 3 months or longer to obtain - though it does depend where you are. Usual turnaround time is about a month.