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How many questions can you miss on the Texas knowledge test? The official DPS test has 30 questions and you must correctly answer at least 21 question to reach the passing score of 70 percent. This means you can only miss 9 questions.
If you are under 25 years old, the official DPS knowledge test will be waived if it was completed during a driver education course. This does not mean that you shouldn't study the driver handbook and use these practice tests to make sure you know and understand Texas traffic laws, road signs, and safe driving techniques.
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» When you apply for a first-time Texas DPS permit or driver's license:
...and are 25 years of old or older and have never been licensed before. Applicants under 25 years are required to complete a driver education course to apply for a driver license.
» When you wish to renew a Texas driver's license:
...and the driver's license been expired for more than two years.
» When you have been licensed in another state in U.S.:
...and your out-of-state driver's license has expired.
» When you are a new U.S. resident with a license from a country other than United States, Canada, France, South Korea or Germany:
...and are required to convert to a Texas driver's license. You must take and pass all the applicable tests.
See a list of passing scores on the DMV test here. Where the DMV knowledge test consist of two parts with a separate road sign test, the average passing scores from both parts are used. (Road signs tests usually have a higher passing scores, like Virginia where you must correctly answer all 10 road sign questions.)
California has three different tests, depending on your age and if you are a first-time applicant or not. The passing scores vary slightly depending on test.
Higher passing scores does not necessarily mean that the DMV test is more difficult.
The number of questions on the real DMV written test usually vary between 20 and 50, depending on State.
For your road test, it is important that you know how to back up your car or drive it in reverse. Questions about backing up may also show up on your written DMV test. We tell you what to expect.
If you still have your DMV written exam ahead you, there are some important points you should remember for the written examination. Afterwards, when you have your learner's permit, make sure that you go through them again and practice driving in reverse until you feel comfortable with it. Do you have a backup camera? Then, learn how to back up both with it and without it.
Know what to do before you get behind the wheel and put the gear in reverse. Know how to start, how look behind you, and which speed to use. All of those things are very important for your test.
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