Your First Step: Passing The Connecticut Drivers License Test
You will need to pass the knowledge exam before qualifying to take your practical road test and receive your driver's license. Our DMV practice test will help you learn everything you need to know.
Our Connecticut Drivers License Practice Test Description
Your Connecticut drivers license is your ticket to driving wherever you want to go without relying on someone else to take you. When you get ready to take the knowledge exam, you will first need to download the state's driver's manual and spend some time reading it. The questions on your knowledge exam will come directly from your driver's manual and could be questions concerning driver safety rules, traffic laws and road signs. It might seem like a lot to learn, but with a little hard work, you will learn everything you need to know before the test date. Our practice exams will help you judge how much you have already learned and locate places that require more study time.
Our practice tests consist of 25 questions that are randomly generated from a pool of possibilities each time you begin one. This means you might see new questions each time you take a practice test. While the actual test covers everything in the driver's manual, our practice tests cover the traffic laws. You might see a question about how much room you need to merge into traffic. Another possible question would concern when you are allowed to make a U-turn on the expressway. If you miss a question or feel uncertain, you will be relieved to see the correct answer and corresponding pages in your driver's manual where the information can be found. It is our goal to help making learning fun.
Once you have made an appointment to take your test, you might get worried. You will be happy to know that your actual exam will consist of multiple-choice questions just like ours. You will take your knowledge on a computer. If you have been taking our CT DMV practice test, you will feel comfortable and confident during the actual exam. You will need to get at least 80 percent of the questions right on your exam. The best time to start is right now.