After four years of trying, 68-year-old Cha Sa-soon finally managed to secure the 60 out of 100 points needed to pass the test. The grandmother has spent more than 5m won ($4,200, Â£2,600) on application fees for the test.
Mrs Cha had been trying to pass it since 13 April 2005, the Korea Times reported.
Speaking in February - after her 775th failure - Mrs Cha had appeared undaunted. "I believe you can achieve your goal if you persistently pursue it," she told Reuters news agency. "So don't give up your dream, like me. Be strong and do your best."
First of all, anybody who takes 950 tries to pass a 50 question multiple choice test should be banned from driving. And secondly, so should all women. Am I right? No? Just sexist? Oh.
Woman passes 950th driving test [bbcnews]
Thanks to twellve, who passed her driving test the first time. Nice, twellve, so did I. Well, on the third first time.