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Sample Driver&#;s License Knowledge Tests

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Sours: https://www.dmv.ca.gov/portal/driver-education-and-safety/educational-materials/sample-driver-license-dl-knowledge-tests/

Computer-based driver knowledge tests during COVID

If you're sitting a computer-based Driver Knowledge Test (DKT) or the Hazard Perception Test (HPT) at a Service NSW service centre, you must wear a face mask.

When COVID stay-at-home restrictions apply to any areas of NSW, you may be asked to:

  • reschedule your booking, regardless of where the test is booked and/or
  • provide proof of your residential address.

Find out more about driver testing and COVID

Introduction

The Driver Knowledge Test (DKT) is the first stage in the licensing process. You must pass the DKT to get your learner driver licence.

To practise for the DKT, you can:

  • download a document that includes questions you could be asked during the DKT, and/or
  • view a demonstration test online.

To download a DKT practise document

  • visit Driver licensing publications
  • select the 'Show files' button next to 'Driver Knowledge Test Question Banks'
  • select the document you need for your car, rider or heavy vehicles driver knowledge test.

You can also practise online or download the app for iPhone or Android.

When you're ready to take your DKT test, make a booking to visit a service centre.

Fee waivers

Note: You may be eligible to take the DKT for free if you are:

  • required to operate a class LR, MR, HR or HC vehicle and are employed by or volunteer with the:
    • State Emergency Service (SES)
    • NSW Rural Fire Service (RFS), or
    • NSW Volunteer Rescue Association (VRA).
  • a participant in the Driver Licensing Access Program
  • undertaking the DKT within a Correctional Centre or Juvenile Justice Centre.

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Sours: https://www.service.nsw.gov.au/transaction/driver-knowledge-test
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An easy way to study boring stuff

How It Works

Read the Driver's Manual

We provide the most recent version online, but you can also download the PDF file to study offline and on the go.

Take engaging practice tests

They cover every section of the driver's manual and literally "over-prepare" you, so the official exam will seem easy.

Take the Exam Simulator

Designed to feel just like the official exam, the Exam Simulator generates a new set of questions every time you restart it.

Pass your official DMV test

Once you've practiced enough, make an appointment at the DMV. You'll be ready to pass the official exam the first time!

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Practice tests that help you pass your DMV knowledge test faster and more effectively

Based on your state's laws

Questions nearly identical to those on the actual test

State-specific

Each state has slightly different driving laws, so don't settle for generic practice tests. Most of our questions are unique for each U.S. state.

Accurate & up-to-date

Prepare using accurate, up-to-date questions based on your state's official handbook and traffic laws.

Just like the real driver's license test

We take facts directly from the handbook and create practice test questions similar (often identical) to those you'll see on the actual driver's license test.

A smarter way to prepare

A perfect companion to the DMV manual

Study 73% more effectively

The DMV handbook isn’t written to promote rapid learning. There are just too many things to remember all at once. Study at a much faster pace by taking challenging tests that correct you in real time.

Learn from your mistakes

See the correct answer for each question immediately, along with a detailed, in-depth explanation so you can understand the reasoning behind it. We'll even praise you for being right.

Retest on the complicated questions

Some questions need more of your attention than the others. Ever noticed how you can't remember a particular speed limit or fine? Driving-Tests is the only US practice test website with Challenge Bank™. It automatically stores the questions you miss, so you can attack them later. You'll be sure you get them right on your official exam.

Know what to expect

Knowledge test prep with guidance, not guesswork

Structured like the actual DMV test

Same number of questions, same passing score. You'll know what to expect on the big test day.

Lose the fear of the unknown

When the time comes, you'll stride right into the DMV, thinking, "Bring it!" – confident like LeBron James dunking the ball.

Study more when you're motivated

Stay motivated with little suggestions or compliments that encourage you to study more.

Gamification

Practice while having fun

Driver's Ed, gamified

What if we told you that you could enjoy studying for your driving test? We make it seem like a game, keeping you sharp and interested.

Don't study - play

You won't even notice you're studying most of the time: you'll just want to keep "playing" until you pass all the practice tests, as you're learning everything you need for the DMV test.

Practice offline & on the go

Our free apps keep you on your toes and make the real test seem easy. They provide the same state-specific DMV practice test questions that we have on our website.

Compare Driving-Tests.org to other sites

 Official Gov. SiteOther Practice Test SitesDriving-Tests.org
Free & Registration-FreeYesVariesYes
Mobile AppsVariesVariesYes
Multiple Practice TestsVariesYes, but only testsYes (10+ tests)
Driver's ManualsYes, most recentYes, but often outdatedYes, most recent
State-SpecificYesNo (only generic tests)Yes
License-SpecificYesNoYes (car, motorcycle, CDL)
Multiple LanguagesVariesNoYes (EN, ES, RU)
Driver License FAQYesNoYes (+ questions)
Question-Level FeedbackNo (only for the whole test)No (only for the whole test)Yes, for each question
Hints & ExplanationsNoNoYes
Multiple Difficulty LevelsNoNoYes (Easy, Hard, Expert)
Exam SimulatorNoNoYes
Marathon TestNoNoYes
Challenge Bank™NoNoYes
Driving test definition
A driving test (also known as a driving exam, or a driver's test) is a procedure designed to evaluate a person's ability to operate a motor vehicle such as a passenger car, motorcycle, or commercial vehicle. In the United States, passing a driving test is usually one of the requirements for obtaining a driver license. The administration of driving tests and the issuance of driver licenses are typically the responsibility of the state government’s DMV. The driving test usually consists of two parts: a written knowledge test ("DMV written test") with multiple choice questions to evaluate a person's knowledge of driving-related rules and laws, and a practical behind-the-wheel test (sometimes called a road test or skill test) to assess the person's ability to drive safely. The written test covers the information found in the official Driver License Manual, including road rules, traffic laws and signs, fines, limits, and safe driving practices.
Things to remember
  • Know your car. The car you're using for your test should be familiar to you, and not one that you're sitting in for the first time. You'll want to know where the controls are for everything from the lights to the windshield wipers, so you aren't frantically searching if it starts raining. The way each car's brake and gas pedals react can be different, so knowing how sensitive these are can help you avoid braking or accelerating too aggressively or too slowly.
  • Get plenty of practice. Like anything else, learning how to be a good driver takes lots of time behind the wheel practicing. There are things you'll learn while driving that you just can't get from reading, so it's important to log plenty of time at the wheel.
  • Prepare and adapt to anything. Whether it's weather conditions, an ambulance coming down the road or any other situation that could happen, you should be mentally prepared to adapt and adjust accordingly. The only true way to do this is get in those hours of practice driving, and trying to do so in a variety of weather conditions. Only getting out to drive on beautiful, sunny days will only work against you if your test lands on a rainy, overcast day.
  • Pay attention to driving. It sounds obvious enough, but it's easy to get distracted by what the evaluator is doing. Trying to sneak a peek at what they're writing down or their facial expressions is not a good idea, if you're hoping to walk out of there a licensed driver. Paying attention to the road, and what's happening around you is the best way to ensure that whatever the examiner is writing down is positive – and you can read all of that once your test is over anyway. Leave everything else at the door, and give your full attention to the task at hand. Whether it's schoolwork or other things happening in your life, it needs to be temporarily put to the back of your mind.
  • Safe driving tips:
    • Drive the speed limit and maintain a constant speed.
    • Obey all road signs that you see.
    • Steer smoothly. Hold onto the steering wheel with both hands at all times.
    • Follow at a safe distance - use the 3 second rule.
    • Don’t stop too closely to the vehicle in front of you when you need to come to a stop. As a general rule, you should be able to see the tires of the car in front of you.
    • Do not cross solid lines as this will result in an instant and automatic fail.
    • Always look over your shoulder before changing lanes and be sure to use your blinker.
    • Only change lanes when you are absolutely certain that it is safe. If your test administrator asks you to change lanes, make sure that it is safe first.
    • Watch for school buses. If the bus is pulled over to the side of the road and their lights are flashing, do not pass.
    • Use your turn signals. It helps let other drivers know what you are planning on doing. Make sure that you turn your turn signal on plenty of time before you are actually going to turn.

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