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13-dec-2010

Drivers Practice Test

2013 Drivers Practice Test

Before you can be issued with a drivers license at any state, you will have to take both a drivers permit test and a driving skills exams. There are many ways for you to prepare for the drivers test and taking a 2013 drivers practice test is not the worst one. Driver's practice tests can help you learn the state driving rules, road signs and safe driving practices. The main advantage of practice drivers tests is that they allow you to identify driving rules you may have misunderstood during your study sessions, so you can always go back and review those materials.

Who Needs Driver Practice Tests

If you are reading this, you are probably thinking of applying for a drivers license or a learners permit right now and you know that before you can be issued with a permit, you must take a drivers permit test. The drivers permit test covers the state driving laws, traffic signs and safe driving practices.

This is where the driver practice tests come in. The tests are based on the materials put forth in the official drivers manual, the same book the real permit test is based on, and it follows the same format, so it's an invaluable tool to anyone who's getting ready to tackle the real thing, especially if they are used the right way.

Study Resources

Since practice permit tests were only meant to supplement your other study resources, you should not use them instead of the regular study guide. Prior to taking driver practice tests, grab yourself a copy of a drivers handbook and read the rules outlined there. Once done, take a few DMV practice tests and see how well you can do. Don't settle for one test and take as many as you can. Write out those questions you miss and revisit the chapters in the book that cover these topics. Now go back and take some more practice tests. Repeat this process until you start getting a score of at least 90% on each driver practice test. This score is a little higher than the one you need to get at the DMV, but that's all right, you cannot be “too good” when it comes to knowing the driving rules.

Taking a state-approved drivers education course is another way for you to prepare for the drivers permit test, although it can be a little pricey. Most of the drivers education classes will include drivers license practice tests, so you won't have to look for any outside study materials.

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