No. The NY permit test is not an open book test. Under no circumstances are you allowed to use your NY Driver's Manual or any other study guides during the exam.
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No. You do not required to take a drug test when applying for your learner's permit.
Approximately 35% of applicants fail the NY permit test their first time. That's why it's important to study consistently and regularly to make sure you have the best chance of passing your NY permit test.
When you are ready to take your permit test, you will need to call your local DMV office to see what times are available for the written test. Choose a time that fits well in your schedule, and on the day of your test bring your application, proofs of identity, your social security card and your application fee.
You should take your NY permit test at your local DMV office. You can find a list of available DMV offices in your area by visiting this website: http://dmv.ny.gov/offices.
You have to be at least 16 years old to take the NY permit test.
When you apply for your NY license, you should bring with you a completed Form MV-44, your social security card, the application fee and documents that prove your age and identity. If you prefer not to take the vision test at the DMV, you will also need Form MV-619 signed by a licensed eye care professional.
The fees for the NY permit test vary from $80 to $108. Age and location are two factors that will affect your NY permit test fee. The fee will include a $12.50 photo document fee and a $1 Metropolitan Commuter Transportation District fee. You can call your local DMV office or visit this website www.dmv.ny.gov to determine what your fee will be.
A parent, legal guardian or a licensed driver, who is 21 years old or older and possess a valid driver's license should accompany you to your NY permit test.
To be safe, you should be familiar with the entire NY Driver's Manual. The NY Driver's manual has three parts. Part One provides information that you want to know about applying for your Driver's License. Part Two and Three offer more specific information that will help you study and successfully pass your NY written test.