The passing score in Illinois is 80 percent. It means you should answer at least 28 out of 35 questions correctly to pass both this practice test and the real DMV test.
The safest tactic, however, is to aim for a full score on each DMV practice test.
Take as many tests as you need to feel comfortable with all answers. Learn by your mistakes. If needed, use the DMV Rules of the Road and read up on the facts.
The more practice tests you take, the more you cover of the Illinois Rules of the Road and the easier the real test will be.
The Illinois manual Rules of the Road contains everything you need to learn for your Illinois permit test. There is a focus on Illinois traffic laws, safety practices, and crash prevention tips.Since you must take a written exam every 8 years, unless you manage to drive without getting a traffic convictions, it's a good idea to keep up to date with the contents of the Rules of the Road at all times. Get a fresh copy now and then, even after you have your license.
Unlike many other states, Illinois uses true-or-false questions, which makes it easier to guess if don't have a clue about the answer. Illinois also has the lowest failure rate of all states in USA (below 10%). So, your chances of passing are good.
The written test will also ask you to Identify traffic signs by shape, color or symbol. Don't forget to study shapes and colors! 15 test questions address traffic signs and the remaining 20 will either be multiple-choice or true-false questions about rules and safe driving.
Each practice test at Driverâ€™s Prep has 35 questions, but the number of questions about traffic signs varies (there can be more than 15 questions â€“ or less.)
You must also identify different traffic light signals and pavement markings.
Even if all test questions and answers are carefully reviewed and verified against the Illinois Rules of the Road and State laws, there is always a risk of errors in a test when rules change. Let us know if you find something we have missed in our practice tests and we will correct it!
There are many articles on driversprep.com that can help you learn more.
A basic rule in education is that the you cannot really learn anything if you just remember isolated facts and try recall them for a test. You need to connect the dots and understand how facts can be used in real life, or in this case, how they will help you on the road.