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So tomorrow i am going to take the tests to get my license and i have some questions to ask before going.

1. How many questions can you miss on the written test and not fail? Also my DMV said there was a "computer test". I am kind of "confused" on what might be on that.
2. The road sign test. My DMV said there would be a "12 road sign test". I am wondering which ones? If it is just like the basic road signs everyone should know, i shouldnt have any issue passing it.
3. Driving Test. What all do i "need" to perfect in order to pass? I have heard they stopped doing the "parallel parking" thing but still do the "3 point turn around".

I can't "at the moment" think of anything i am missing. Thanks for any help guys.
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1. computer test just means youll take it on a computer not written, I didnt have a written test to get my license just my temps so im not sure.
2. should just be normal road signs, review some of the weird ones before going. Weird that they would have a seperate test for this.
3. Any of the maneuverability can be difficult, but please remember you dont want to cheese the test you want to make sure youre ready to be on the road. The test is pretty easy in my opinion way too easy.

My test was parallel park(random direction) went on the roads made sure to take me through left turn light and some lane changes.


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For me, they made me parallel park, do a K turn out of the park, do a proper reverse (looking over shoulder by grabbing the passenger head rest), and then I did like a little course at 15 mph which was fine and then I was done. I know some people have to go on actual roads for their tests but that wasn't the case for me.
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1. Gotta get at least an 80
2. Study them all
3. Nail everything
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Don't even worry about the written test. It is the most simplest test ever. It's all common sense. Some make you think a little more than other but you'll be all good. The driving test the hardest thing is parallel parking. DO NOT TOUCH A CURB. they fail you on that part if you hit a curb
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Fold wroteFor me, they made me parallel park, do a K turn out of the park, do a proper reverse (looking over shoulder by grabbing the passenger head rest), and then I did like a little course at 15 mph which was fine and then I was done. I know some people have to go on actual roads for their tests but that wasn't the case for me.


Jheeeeeeez i wish UK tests where as easy as this
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For the "permit test" which is 18 questions, you are allowed to get 3 wrong.

I just took mine recently, and I got like 15 right in a row and it just said I passed.
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L30 wrote
Fold wroteFor me, they made me parallel park, do a K turn out of the park, do a proper reverse (looking over shoulder by grabbing the passenger head rest), and then I did like a little course at 15 mph which was fine and then I was done. I know some people have to go on actual roads for their tests but that wasn't the case for me.


Jheeeeeeez i wish UK tests where as easy as this


Tell me about it, I failed mine a year ago and never bothered to get back into it.
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Boos wroteFor the "permit test" which is 18 questions, you are allowed to get 3 wrong.

I just took mine recently, and I got like 15 right in a row and it just said I passed.


Idk what permit test you took but it is around 50-60 questions over here in Michigan.
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XeReviver wrote
Boos wroteFor the "permit test" which is 18 questions, you are allowed to get 3 wrong.

I just took mine recently, and I got like 15 right in a row and it just said I passed.


Idk what permit test you took but it is around 50-60 questions over here in Michigan.



The book they give you has 100 questions, but the test only consists of 18 here in PA, it could be any of the 100, but it's mostly simple things like I didn't even have to read the book when I took it.
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