If you have completed a defensive driving course, you may be able to save on your auto insurance premiums when buying a new or used car either by financing, leasing or through bank car loan.
Regulatory traffic signs instruct drivers what they should, or should not do, in certain circumstances. You will be asked to identify roadway signs on the California Permit Test.
What You Need to Know About the DMV California Written Test
When going to take the DMV California Written Test it’s important that you understand that many of the questions you encounter on the written exam may be situations that you have never encountered in your day-to-day driving activities. Therefore, it’s important that you review the California Driver Handbook so that you are familiar with the information that may appear on the test. Moreover, there are sample tests there that you can use to practice for practice before taking the actual written test.
What Do I Expect When I Take the Exam?
When you are actually taking the written portion of the DMV California Written Test there will be 46 questions on the exam. You will need to answer at least 38 of them to pass the exam. Use the sample tests from the Driver Handbook to practice. You are allotted 3 chances to pass the exam.
Consider booking a time to take the test that is not at “peak DMV hours” such as morning or evening. It may be quieter that time of day and it will help you focus on your test.
What Help Is Available For My Me On My Test If I Need It?
The state of California offers a variety of services to help people with a variety of disabilities be able to take and successfully pass the written portion of their DMV written test. The written part of the DMV California Written Test in a variety of different languages to suit your needs. You are also able to request the test to be given with auditory assistance or in a person-to-person format rather than on the computer if needed. Coming during the late morning or early afternoon when it’s not so busy at the DMV can help you have a quieter environment to take the exam in. Try to remain calm throughout the test period and you will be able to think more clearly if you are calm and collected rather than frazzled.
Moreover, tests must be available for those who need it to be in large print and they also must provide the test with a video version of American Sign Language (ASL) for those who require such assistance.
What Else Should I Know Before Taking My DMV California Written Test?
If you feel that you need additional practice beyond what is available for free in the Driver Handbook, you can sign up to take an online course to help you prepare for your written exam.
If you are taking a renewal exam for your license you will only have to take a test consisting of 18 questions rather than 46 questions like the first time around. You also get 3 chances to take the exam before you have to pay another fee and register again. If you fail, do not worry, just go back and study some more and come back and try again! Keep at it and eventually, you will succeed!
For more information on what you can expect when you go to take the DMV California Written Test please feel free to contact us.