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Massachusetts Permit Test MA

Massachusetts Permit Test 2013

When you finally decide that it is time for you to apply for a drivers license, you will have to take the 2103 Massachusetts permit test. The Registry of Motor Vehicles wants to make sure that you know the rules of the road before you get behind the wheel and the MA permit test does a great job at checking your familiarity with the laws. The state provides a great variety of options when it comes to taking your test - you can take an electronic, pen-and-paper or oral test, depending on your needs. Taking an electronic test is probably the best way to go as you can actually take a Massachusetts practice permit test before continuing on to the real exam.

Massachusetts Permit Test Questions

Massachusetts permit test questions cover such topics as the state driving rules, road signs and safe driving practices. You should be equally familiar with all these subjects and there is no point in concentrating on just one area.

Although the Massachusetts permit test questions aren't hard, some people make the mistake of underestimating the level of preparation they are required to display. This mistake leads to the fact that more than a half of all first time Massachusetts learners permit applicants fail the test the first time they take their permit test MA. If you want to be among those to pass the exam the first time they take it, make sure to spend time on preparing for it.

Currently, there are 25 multiple choice questions on the permit test. The passing score for the test is 72%, which means that you need to give at least 18 correct answers if you want to get your permit.

Preparing for The Learners Permit Test in MA

Thankfully, there is no shortage of study aids when it comes to getting ready to pass your drivers permit test today. There are plenty of materials, both free and paid, that you can utilize. So where do you start?

The first resource you can turn to is the official Massachusetts DMV test book. The drivers manual is published by the RMV and we have to comment on the great job they did with the book. The handbook not only has a comprehensive coverage of the state driving law, traffic signs and safe driving practices, but they also provide a detailed description of a licensing procedure that is very thorough, yet easy to understand. The information you will be tested on is contained in the manual, so make sure to spend some time reading it.

If you are looking for some extra study materials, you should probably look into taking one of the Massachusetts drivers education programs. Drivers ed classes provide you with extensive information on driving rules and much more additional info on defensive driving techniques. Better yet, drivers ed classes also contain professional behind the wheel lessons, so not only do they prepare you for your Mass permit test, but they also take care of your drivers test later on. The only downside of drivers ed classes is their price - you are looking into $300-$500, depending on the driving school you choose. Drivers education classes aren't cheap, but they are definitely worth it, so if you have this kind of money, we advise you to consider this options seriously. If you will be applying for a Massachusetts drivers license before you turn 18, you will have to take the class anyway, so doing it early is not a bad idea.

Finally, there is a free practice permit test MA. Remember, they are not to be used as the only study help, you should supplement reading the drivers handbook with taking these practice tests. Practice tests do a great job of helping you learn the wording that is used on the RMV exam and identifying the traffic rules you may find troublesome. You can find a practice permit test for Massachusetts free on the Internet or you can choose to order a commercial package from one of the driving schools. Either way, remember that you still need to read the handbook, don't rely on practice tests alone. The drivers permit practice test MA and the Massachusetts RMV practice test that are offered on our website are completely free and you can take these sample practice questions as many times as you wish.

We pulled out a few sample permit test MA questions so you can work through them in more details. Try to do the same for every question you get during your real Mass permit test, it will definitely improve your chances of passing the real test. Once done with these questions, don't forget to take the complete Massachusetts practice permit test!

  1. Massachusetts Permit Test Question 115 - Right of Way

Taking Your Massachusetts Driver Permit Test

You need to be at least 16 years of age in order to be eligible for a MA permit test. The test can be taken at any RMV office during the regular business hours on the walk in basis. The RMV does not offer the service of making an appointment for the Massachusetts RMV permit test, so if you want to avoid waiting in lines, you can call your local office in advance to find out what it the bes time to come - usually Wednesdays and Thursdays, mid-day is the least busiest time.

When you arrive to the RMV for your drivers permit test, please be prepared to do the following:

  • present proof or birth date
  • present proof of residency
  • provide proof of signature
  • provide your Social Security Number
  • fill in the application for a learners permit
  • pay the permit application fee - $30
  • take a vision exam
  • take your permit test

If you are under 18 years of age, you will need to have a parent or legal guardian to be present at the time of the application. Parental consent is essential for issuing a learners permit and your parents must sign your application form in front of the RMV employee.

Most of the full-service RMV offices provide permit tests in an electronic form. The test is given through an Automated Testing Station that present all test questions on the screen. You are allowed up to 25 minutes for answering 25 questions. The good thing about taking an electronic test is that the testing station allows you to take permit practice tests before you start taking the real test. Use this chance even if you think that you know all the rules.

Massachusetts permit tests are available in many languages, however the electronic tests are only available in English and Spanish. If you would like to take a test in a different language, you will have to take a regular pen-and-paper test. At the moment, you can take the test in one of the following languages: Albanian, Arabic, Armenian,Chinese, Czech, Farsi, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebew, Hindi, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Khmer, Korean,Lao, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Spanish, Turkish, Urdu, Vietnamese. Although you can take the test in one of these languages, you must still be able to read an understand the information that is contained on the Massachusetts road signs.

You can't use any help materials, such as a drivers handbook, while taking a Massachusetts permit test. You can't use a cell phone or any other electronic device either. If the RMV representative will catch you cheating, you will be failed and you will not be able to retake the test for another 60 days. Additional actions against you may be taken at discretion of the representative supervising the test.

Once you pass the learners permit test, you are granted your official Massachusetts driver permit. Please remember that this is not a full license yet and you must observe all Massachusetts learners permit restrictions until you pass a drivers test and receive your drivers license.

Applicants who are under 18 years of age will also need to observe the graduated drivers license requirements. You can read more about the graduated drivers license laws in the Massachusetts drivers handbook.

Massachusetts Permit Test FAQs

Want to save some time and not have to read the whole article to find the answer to your question? Dig into our Massachusetts permit test FAQs for straightforward answers to any question you may have about your permit test! If you do not find the answer to your question, please post it into comments and we will go ahead and add it to this page ASAP!

How many questions are there on the Massachusetts permit test?

The permit test in Massachusetts has 25 multiple choice and true or false questions.

How many questions do I need to pass my MA permit test?

You need to answer at least 18 questions correctly to pass the permit test in Massachusetts.

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Hey buddy. I would love to help you, sadly, I have never heard of anyone offering a practice permit test MA in Urdu. Most people who take the test choose the English version and so it makes more sense to develop sample practice questions in English, so you can help as many people as possible to pass the permit test. Developing a permit practice test for MA or any other state takes quite a bit of time: you have to read the drivers manual, write out all the rules and then try to rephrase them into questions. We really can't afford spending so much time on developing practice permit questions for just a few people, sorry. I hope you'll be able to find your test though, I hate to see people wanting to study and not being able to find adequate study materials.

because i heard there in driving license question in urdu and somebody i know has giving it can any body please give me a website of the urdu driving question if anybody knows

can anybody tell me where i can find urdu rmv driving license question

I partially agree with you, as I think that people who live in the country must learn the language, at least to be able to communicate with others and to be part of the community. However, I don't think that offering permit testing in languages other than English is bad in any way. Let's take a look at a hypothetical situation - you're a French guy, just came to Mass and need a job. In your previous life, you were a driver, a good one and if you knew the language, you would nail the driver's permit test easily. You're attending language classes, however it takes time to learn (I studied French and German, so I know the drill) and you need a job now. Why penalize the person just because he didn't have time to learn yet? I think the language problem could be approached from a different angle, however I don't think it's our government's intention to do anything about it, the matter is too sensitive and no one wants to lose points.

It is thoroughly illogical for Massachusetts to offer permit tests in languages other than English. More than just understanding road signs, one may have to able to converse with police and other safety authorities, car inspection service personnel, and insurance companies. The list goes on. Translation services are costly and unnecessary when English classes are widely available, some for free.

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