Pennsylvania (PennDot) Practice Tests
The permit practice tests on this website have 18 random study questions with answers found the Pennsylvania Driver’s Manual. All questions are specially designed for the state of Pennsylvania and similar to real PA PennDot exam questions.
After each question, you get instant feedback to help you learn faster. You will know if your answer is correct or not. If you miss a question, there is a brief explanation.
How should you study?
You should read the manual to get an overview of what you must learn.
Next step is to use the practice tests to verify your progress and level of readiness. The manual is handy for quick reference whenever you miss a question. Try to truly understand each question and answer.
Read more: How to Ace the driver’s license test.
The passing score in Pennsylvania is 84 percent, which means you answer at least 15 of 18 questions correctly.
Aim for a full score on the practice tests. Since the real test has only 18 questions, you have little room for errors.
Who Must Take the Pennsylvania Knowledge Exam?
You must pass a knowledge exam if you have never been licensed before.
If you have a driver license from another state, but let your license expire for more than 6 months, you must also take the test.
PennDot will waive the test if your out-of-state driver license is valid or expired six months or less.
With an out-of-country license you must pass the knowledge test unless you are a citizen of France, Germany, or Canada and hold a valid license from your home country.
More about the Pennsylvania Written Test
The purpose of the PennDot knowledge exam is to verify your knowledge of traffic signs, Pennsylvania’s driving laws and safe driving practices.
You take the test on computer-based test stations. The test is available in Arabic, Chinese (Mandarin), English, French, Hindi, Korean, Russian, Spanish, Ukrainian, and Vietnamese languages at all locations. Upon request, you can also take a voice (oral) test.
For individuals who are hearing-impaired and communicate by sign language the Bureau of Driver Licensing will provide an interpreter. Make sure you call ahead.
If you fail the test, you must wait one business day before you can take the test again.
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100 Practice Tests
There 100 practice tests to help you study. Continue with Test No. 2 below.