North Dakota Practice Tests
The North Dakota permit practice tests have 25 random questions based on the handbook and real NDDOT exam questions. After each question, you get instant feedback. You will immediately know if your answer is correct or not. If your answer is wrong, there is a short explanation to help you learn faster.
The passing score in North Dakota is 80 percent, which means you can only miss 5 of 25 questions.
When you study and use our practice tests to learn, you should aim for a full score. Remember to analyze all your mistakes and look up the information in the driver’s manual.
Read the NDDOT Driver’s Manual
Always start by getting the latest version of the official driver’s manual. You can get it from your nearest Drivers License Site or download it online.
Read it from first page to the last. You should also use it as a reference when you take the practice tests. Everything in the manual is there for a reason. NDDOT draws questions to your final test from all parts of this manual.
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Who Must Take North Dakota Knowledge Test?
When you apply for your first original North Dakota driver license, you must pass a written knowledge test.
If you move to North Dakota and want to transfer your valid out-of-state license, the written knowledge test is usually waived. Should you let your out-of-state license expiry for more than one year, you must take all necessary tests again.
If your out-of-state license is or in the process of being revoked, suspended, or canceled, you cannot transfer to a North Dakota license.
When renewing your ND driver license, you must take the test if your ND license expired more than a year ago.
Your First Permit
If you are at least 14 years old, you can apply for an Instruction Class D permit.
Before NDDOT issues a permit, you must pass a vision and written test. If you are under the age of 18, your parent or legal guardian will need to sign your application.
Until you are 16 years, you can only drive a vehicle that is owned by your parents, legal guardians, grandparents, siblings, aunts, or uncles.
What You Need to Know about the North Dakota Written Test
The written exam will verify your knowledge of North Dakota laws, the rules of the road, and traffic signs and signals.
To take the test, you must visit one of the Driver License and Testing offices. You do not need to make an appointment to take the written examination. Be sure to arrive no later than one hour before noon and no later than one hour before closing. You may not have enough time to test otherwise.
Should you fail your test, you cannot retake it the same day.
Remember that children, backpacks, purses, books, papers, and electronic devices such as cell phones and tablets are not allowed in the testing area.
How Many Questions are there on the North Dakota DMV Written exam?
The North Dakota DMV knowledge test has 25 questions and you must correctly answer at least 20 out of the 25 questions. The passing score is 80 percent.
There are 100 Practice Tests Waiting for You
A large database with 1,000 questions and 100 different tests will help you prepare for the examination. If you read the manual and pass at least 20 sample tests, you are good to go!