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What is the secret behind passing the DMV exam? Is it enough to just take the DMV practice tests? We asked Joni Stark, an experienced driving instructor, and she shares some of her best tips.
It is important to remember, that no two people study the exact same way. What works for some, may not work for others. Researchers, however, say that there are some general methods that get better results than other methods. Try to figure out what will work for you.
It is a good idea to scan the driver's manual and understand what you need to learn. Content may not seem to be much, but every word in that manual counts. Questions on your final DMV exam will be drawn from all parts of the manual.
» When you apply for a first-time Tennessee class D license:
...and have never been licensed before.
» When you have been licensed in another state:
...but your out-of-state driver's license has been expired more than six months.
» When you are a new U.S. resident with an out-of-country license:
...and wish to convert to a Tennessee driver's license. You must also take all the applicable tests.
» When you wish to renew your Tennessee driver's license:
...and your license has been expired more than for five years or more.
The official Tennessee DPS written test has 30 questions and you must have 24 correct answers to pass (80% passing score).
Questions will cover four main areas and the number of questions in each area will be approximately 25% of the total number of questions. The areas are: Traffic signs and signals, safe driving principles, rules of the road, and drugs and alcohol.[More information here]
See a list of passing scores on the DMV test here. Where the DMV knowledge test consist of two parts with a separate road sign test, the average passing scores from both parts are used. (Road signs tests usually have a higher passing scores, like Virginia where you must correctly answer all 10 road sign questions.)
California has three different tests, depending on your age and if you are a first-time applicant or not. The passing scores vary slightly depending on test.
Higher passing scores does not necessarily mean that the DMV test is more difficult.
The number of questions on the real DMV written test usually vary between 20 and 50, depending on State.
For your road test, it is important that you know how to back up your car or drive it in reverse. Questions about backing up may also show up on your written DMV test. We tell you what to expect.
If you still have your DMV written exam ahead you, there are some important points you should remember for the written examination. Afterwards, when you have your learner's permit, make sure that you go through them again and practice driving in reverse until you feel comfortable with it. Do you have a backup camera? Then, learn how to back up both with it and without it.
Know what to do before you get behind the wheel and put the gear in reverse. Know how to start, how look behind you, and which speed to use. All of those things are very important for your test.
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