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Frequently Asked Questions - Taking Your AZ Permit Test
- Do I have to pass a drug test before obtaining my AZ learner's permit?
- What happens if I don't pass my written test?
- Is the AZ permit test open book?
- How much is the permit test?
- Do I have to bring my parents with me when I take my permit test?
- How many questions are on the AZ permit test?
- How many questions do I need to answer correctly in order to pass?
- What are common mistakes applicants make on the AZ permit test?
- When am I eligible to apply for my AZ permit?
- What documents do I need to bring with me to take my permit test?
No. You do not have to take a drug test in order to obtain your AZ Permit.
You will not receive your AZ Permit. You may retake the written test up to three times before you must wait a year before being able to retake the AZ Written Exam for a fourth time.
No. The AZ permit test is not an open book test. Under no circumstances are you allowed to use your AZ Driver's Handbook or any other study guides during the exam.
An AZ Instructional Permit costs $7.00.
You should consider thoroughly having your parent or legal guardian accompany you as they need to sign your application in front of a MVD official. If your parent or legal guardian is unable to accompany you, your application must be signed in front of a notary public. You should then be accompanied by a licensed driver who is 21 years old or older.
Typically, the permit test includes 30 questions.
You need to answer 24 out of 30 questions correctly in order to pass successfully. This means that you need a score of 80%.
The biggest common error is rushing through the questions. During your permit test remember to relax, take your time and answer the questions thoughtfully.
You must be at least 15 1/2 years old to apply.
When you apply for your license, you will need to bring the application fee, a signed application (by your parent if you are between 15 1/2 and 18 years old), your Social Security Card, two forms of identification, one of which must provide a clear photo of you. If you do not have a photo ID, you will need to submit three forms of ID. Visit the AZ MVD official website for further information about acceptable documents.