Published On: Thu, Mar 29th, 2018

Tips to Help Teen Pass DMV Permit written Test

The Department of Motor Vehicles requires you to pass a driver’s license test before you can legally drive on the roads. If you’re a permanent resident of the country, you just need this license to drive around but if you’re someone who wants to get a driver license with b1/b2 visa you will need to put in some extra effort since you cannot get a local license in all the states. According to reports, 70% of the first-time DMV written test takers fail in successfully passing it. Also, a study done by an insurance company states that 1 in every 5 drivers currently on the road could not pass this test.

Well, is it that difficult? No, it’s not if you prepare well. Here are a few tips for the teen to pass DMV permit written test:

No better about the exam

Try to know more about the exam and the procedure to apply for it. Once you apply for it and you complete all the formalities, you can peacefully start preparing for the test. You need to pay an application fee for the written test in almost all the states and in some states, this fee will cover your road test if you pass the written test. However, this is not the case for all the states and it’s better to enquire in a local DMV office to know more.

The format of the exam also varies from state to state. For example, the written test for DMV permit in Massachusetts contains 25 questions whereas the same test in Nevada contains 50 questions.  

Get a handbook from your local DMV

You can get a handbook from the nearest DMV office which will contain almost all the study material that you will need for the exam. It will also include the rules and regulations that you will need to follow while attempting the exam.

Get a study guide

Sometimes, just a handbook is not enough to answer situational questions and questions that are a bit tricky. You can go through online study guides that will help you in tackling this problem.

Online practice tests

You must attempt a few practice tests which are available online before attempting the actual tests. Practice tests will let you know which area you need to prepare better and how you need to manage your time during the exam. Once you try two or three practice tests, you will become more confident and that will help you think clearer during the real test.

Revise and get good sleep

Brush up on whatever you studied the night before the test or early in the morning. Also, make sure that you sleep well the night before the test.

Have a healthy breakfast

Do not skip your breakfast while you’re going to attempt the test because you may feel weak and dizzy during the test. Being hungry will be a major distraction during the test and it will affect your memory and thinking abilities.

Author: Shacks J

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