Arizona MVD Practice Tests
The Arizona permit practice tests at driver’s prep have 25 random questions. All tests are based on the driver handbook and real AZ MVD exam questions. After each question, you get instant feedback with a detailed explanation. This will truly help you learn faster and pass the real exam the 1st time.
You should know that we have offered free prep tests since 2007 and give you answers you can trust.
Start by getting the latest version of the Arizona Driver’s Manual. Study the manual and get a feel for everything you need to know for your exam. Then, use these practice tests to check your progress and if you are ready or not.
The passing score in Arizona is 80 percent, which means you should be able to answer at least 20 of 25 practice questions correctly. It is a good idea to aim for at least 23 correct answers when you are practicing.
On the real exam you will get 30 questions, and can miss only six of them.
Focus on learning and understanding, not memorizing answers. Remember, questions can be asked in many different ways.
Do You Need to Take the Arizona MVD Knowledge Test?
When you apply for your first original driver’s license, you must always pass a written knowledge test, a vision test, and a road test.
You must also take the written test after your license has been revoked. After a license revocation, you must apply for a new license and pass all tests.
If you are currently licensed in another state and want to get an Arizona license, the MVD written test is normally waived. There are, however, some situations when it still may be required. Make sure you contact your local MVD office and ask.
The License and the Exam
How many questions are on the Arizona MVD test? The real driver’s license and permit test has 30 multiple-choice questions. You can miss only 6 questions.
You take the test at a computer work station using a touch screen. All questions are randomly drawn from a pool of questions based on content of the Arizona Driver License Manual.
If you have trouble reading, you may request a verbal knowledge test. Such a test may be offered in the following situations:
- You cannot read or your reading competency is low.
- You have incorrectly answered many questions on a previous test or has failed a second or third attempt.
- You read in a foreign language and a written test in the foreign language is not available.
You have three attempts to pass the written test within 12 months from the date of the application. If you fail a test, you may take it again the next day. After failing three times, you must pay for a new application.