Drivers License Exam
You will need to achieve an 80% passing score on a written knowledge test in order to get your learner’s permit or driver’s license, by answering 40 of 50 multiple-choice questions correctly. Just like the real test, the questions on this DMV permit practice test are based on the 2018 Drivers Handbook.
The benefits of taking a practice test before the DMV's actual written exam include:
- Saving money, In most states if you fail your first written knowledge test, you'll have to pay a fee in order to retake the examination.
- Taking your driving test sooner, In most states, you must wait for some time before retaking a written knowledge test—meaning you have to wait even longer to take the behind-the-wheel exam for your driver's license.
- Getting comfortable with the format, The phrasing of the multiple-choice questions on your exam can take a while to get used to; a practice test can get you acclimated to the format of the DMV's written test.
- Helping you study, Taking a practice driver's license test can help you determine which sections of your state's driver's license manual will require some additional study time.