MA Permit Practice Test Description
In order to begin driving, you must earn a Massachusetts driving permit. To do this, there are several tests that everyone must pass, which our MA permit practice test will help you accomplish.
Passing Your RMV Permit Test
The ultimate goal for any teenager is to obtain a drivers license. First, you must earn a Massachusetts teen permit and drive with this for a certain period of time before you move on to a full drivers license. As with any license at the RMV, there are several tests that prospective drivers will need to take and pass before being handed a permit. In fact, there are two exams, a written one and a practical one. The written test requires you to put all your driving knowledge to the test since it covers rules of the road and traffic signs. Our MA permit practice test is specifically designed to help you pass the portion of the written test that focuses on the rules of the road. If you would like some help for the traffic signs section, feel free to take our road signs and signals practice test.
This practice test will present multiple-choice questions to you, similar to that of the RMV permit test. While the subject material is the same, the questions are not, due to the randomized nature of the questions on both tests. The test will, however, give you the ability to be prepared for the general types of questions you will face.
When taking the practice test, you will encounter a total of 20 different questions, all designed to test you on the Pennsylvania rules of the road, such as steps to take when in a traffic collision and how to react when a school bus is stopped on the opposite side of the road. To pass the exam, you will need to answer 16 or more questions correctly. Taking the practice test a few times will help to increase your overall score. To best prepare for this practice test, take a look at the Massachusetts drivers manual.