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Oregon Practice Tests

The practice tests at Driver’s Prep all have 35 random questions. We have designed them to cover all topics in the latest version of the Oregon Driver Manual. After each question, you’ll get instant feedback. If you miss a question, there is a short comment to help you learn faster. Look up the information in the manual every time you make a mistake.

Remember to always get the latest version of the Oregon Driver Manual. Don’t use any old copies. Visit a local office for a hard copy or download a PDF-version online.

After studying the manual, studied the handbook, you can use these practice tests to check your progress and level of readiness.

Pass the Oregon Knowledge Exam - we are here to help

The passing score in Oregon is 80 percent, which means you must answer at least 28 questions correctly. It is a good idea to aim a little higher on a practice test. Take enough tests to make sure you are comfortable with all questions and answers. Set a goal to reach a full score of 100%. It will help.

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Who Must Take the Oregon Knowledge Exam?

For an Oregon original license of any type or upgrade to a different you must pass the following tests: vision, driving Knowledge, and driving skill (road test).

Persons under 18 years of age must also take the Safe Driving Practices Knowledge Test to get a license.

Anyone moving to Oregon with an out-of-state or out-of-country license must pass the class C knowledge test and surrender any valid driver license or permit issued by another jurisdiction. If your license has expired or isn’t valid you must pass the road test as well.

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Oregon Knowledge Test

The Oregon class C knowledge test has questions about road signs, traffic laws and other information you need to know to drive in Oregon. Answers to all questions are found in the Oregon Driver Manual.

The knowledge test is offered on a touch-screen computer, with or without audio assistance. It is a multiple-choice test with 35 questions. To pass you must correctly answer 28 questions; a passing score of 80%.

If you fail any of your first three knowledge test attempt, you must wait until at least the next day before taking a new test. Failing a fourth or subsequent attempt, requires a waiting time of 28 days or more.


The test is available in one of the following languages: English, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Spanish, and Vietnamese.

With permission, you may use a foreign language translation dictionary or an authorized interpreter. Contact your local DMV office for further details. You should also contact DMV if you require any other special accommodation.


Only people taking the test are allowed into the testing area, except for authorized interpreters.

During the test it is not allowed to cheat, talk, use a cell phone or any other electronic devices, write or take notes. If you don’t follow rules and guidance given, or you are found cheating, staff will stop your test immediately. DMV will not allow you to test again for 90 days.

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  1. Are your answers and questions similar to the ones on the actual test?

  2. How many questions can you miss on the permit test in Oregon?

    • Read above. “The passing score in Oregon is 80 percent, which means you must answer at least 28 questions correctly.”

      It means you can miss no more than 7.

  3. My son just got his permit and he’s going to be 18 in March 09, how long he needs to wait to be able to take the drive test.

    • Short answer: March 9.

      If you are under 18, you must hold an instruction permit for at least six months and complete 50 hours of supervised driving practice. Then you must complete an approved driver training course OR complete another 50 hours of supervised driving practice plus pass an ODOT-approved traffic safety education course.

      Once you are 18, the above no longer applies. After you’ve passed the knowledge test, you can schedule a road test. Driver Education and Permit are optional.

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