It is not all bad if you make mistakes on this practice test. Every mistake gives an indication of your weaknesses and helps you prepare for the real test.
Ask yourself why your answer wasn't correct. Did you not read carefully enough? Did you misunderstand wordning of the question or choices? Did you click or tap too quickly? Or did you simply not know the answer?
A missed question can be a chance to learn more about a certain law or rule you may have overlooked.
Research shows that you learn better when a practice is arranged so that you make errors. It gives you an opportunity for afterthought and, perhaps, discussion with others.
When you miss a question and don't understand the answer, start by reading up on the topic in your Driver's Manual. If you have trouble understanding the whys and hows, seek help from a friend, parent, teacher, or driving instructor.
Driver's Prep also offers some support. When you have questions or if you believe you have found an error, just drop us a line above. We will usually get back to you the next day.
There are also several articles on Driver's Prep that has more information on subjects that are important for your permit or driver license test. They can help you build interest and knowledge. Remember, passing the written test depends a lot on your motivation, determination, and interest.
Even if all test questions and answers are carefully reviewed and verified against the Driver Manual and State laws, there is always a risk of errors when state rules change. Let us know if you find something we have missed in our practice tests and we will correct it!
This video shows everything you need to learn about traffic lights1 for your DMV test.
It shows you the important differences between steady lights and flashing light signals. It also tells you what to do when a traffic light isn't working.