Alaska Practice Tests
Our permit practice tests have 20 random questions based on State of Alaska Driver Manual and real Alaska DMV tests.
After each question, you get instant feedback. If you miss a question, there is also a brief comment to help you learn faster.
Before you start practicing, you should get the latest version of the Driver Manual. The manual introduces you to the principles of safe and lawful operation of a motor vehicle. It gives you all the information you need to pass the knowledge test.
After studying the manual, use the practice tests to check your progress and if you are ready for the examination or not.
The passing score in Alaska is 80 percent, which means you must answer at least 16 questions correctly.
On each practice test you should aim higher. Try to reach a perfect score of 100%. This way you will know if you have learned all the contents of the manual or not.
Read more about practicing and acing the real DMV test.
Who Must Pass Alaska Written Test?
You must pass the written knowledge test if you don’t have an Alaska license already.
If you are licensed and let your license expire for more than 1 year, you must also pass the written exam.
When DMV revokes your license, you can only get the license back by applying for a new license and pass all tests again.
Drivers with a valid out-of-country or out-of-state driver’s license may drive in Alaska for 90 days, before they must get an Alaska license. All must pass the written knowledge test. Drivers with a driver’s license from a Country other than United States, Canada or US Territory must, in addition to the written test, also pass the road test.
The written test is based on information found in the driver manual, including traffic laws, safe driving practices, and highway sign recognition.
If you have difficulty reading, you may bring someone who may read the questions to you, but you must independently answer the questions.
What if You Fail the Test?
If you fail the knowledge test, you can try again the next day.
Alcohol and Drug Awareness Knowledge Test
If you are 21 years or older, you must also pass an alcohol awareness test. The test is mandatory after your 21th birthday when you want to renew a license or upgrade from a permit to a license. Exemptions exist for anyone who obtained their Alaska driver license prior to October 21st, 2008 and all applicants 21 and older transferring a license from another state.
Number of Questions on the Alaska Written Knowledge Test
The DMV written knowledge test has 20 questions. You must correctly answer 16 questions to pass (80% passing score.)
More Practice Tests
When you start practicing you will se links to more sample tests, like Alaska Permit Test No. 2, Alaska Permit Test No. 2, etc.