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New Hampshire DMV Test & Permit Practice Starts Here

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New Hampshire Practice Tests

The DMV practice tests have 40 random questions. Each test has questions from the Driver’s Manual and real DMV exams. After each question, you get instant feedback. You will know if your answer is correct or not. Should you miss a question, you’ll also see a brief explanation. Use to look up more information in the Driver’s Manual.

Before you start practicing you should get the latest version of the New Hampshire Driver’s Manual. Visit a local DMV office or download it online.

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After you have read the manual, you can use these practice tests to check your progress and level of readiness.

The passing score in New Hampshire is 80 percent, which means you must answer at least 32 of the 40 questions correctly. You can only miss 8 questions.

When you use the practice tests at Driver’s Prep, you should aim for a full score. It is a good idea to truly understand all questions and answers before you take on the real thing.

Read more about how to ace the dmv exam.

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Who Must Take the Written Knowledge Test?

For your first permit or driver’s license, you must take the written, vision, and road tests.

If you want to upgrade your license to a different class, you must take the written test for that class of vehicle and a road test.

When moving to New Hampshire and transferring a valid out-of-state driver license, DMV will normally waive the written test. If your out-of-state license is no longer valid, a written and road test is often required.

When you want to transfer an out-of-country license, you must take both a written knowledge test and road test.

What to Expect at the Test Station

You take the test on a touch screen monitor. You don’t need any special knowledge of computers. Each question has four possible answers. Identify your choice by touching the letter on the screen which corresponds to your choice.

Tests are given on a first-come, first served walk-in basis only. You should arrive at the DMV office no later than 3:30 p.m.; it gives you time to finish the test before closing.

Permit Test - Touch Screen

New Hampshire written tests have a time limit based upon the number of questions. In general, you have one minute per question. Expect 40 questions for the Operator License and 40 minutes to complete the test.

The passing score is 80%. If you exceed the time limit or have too many incorrect answers, the test will automatically terminate.

If you fail your test, you must wait ten days before you can take a new test.

The test station has an optional audio feature which can be accessed by using headphones. Let the licensing representative know if you have trouble reading and want to use headphones.

100 Tests Waiting for You

There are 100 practice tests waiting for you. Take as many as you need, as often as you like.

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