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Maryland MVA Teen Permit Practice Test


Take our FREE MD Permit Practice Test today! We offer unique, hand-written questions formed straight from the Maryland Drivers manual to give you a better chance at passing your DMV Test.

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Getting Your Maryland Driving Permit Starts With Knowing the Basics

You must be able to prove you understand the basic traffic laws and driver safety rules of Maryland before getting your permit. Practice tests help you pass the permit test on the first try.

Our MD Permit Practice Test

If you have been ready to get your Maryland teen permit for some time, it is time to get ready to pass the knowledge test required before getting your permit. The great thing about your knowledge exam is that everything you need to know can be found in your driver's manual. Getting a copy is your first step to success. You can find a printed copy at your local testing station or conveniently download one here. Remember that anything written in the driver's handbook is a possible question for exam.

A practice test will help you see how much you have learned and areas where you should put in more effort. On each test, you will find 25 questions concerning the traffic laws you need to know. Since our tests are randomly generated each time you begin one, taking them over and over again works to your advantage. Also, our pool of questions was written from the same driver's handbook you are using to study, and the questions are similar to what you will come across on the actual exam.

The Maryland MVA permit test can be tough. In truth, up to 50 percent of takers fail on the first try, which makes our practice tests are essential to learning. Your actual exam will be timed, and you will have 20 minutes to answer 25 questions. These questions are in a similar format to our practice quizzes. Each time, you pass one of our practice tests you are building the confidence needed for the actual one. Scoring an minimum of 85 percent is considered passing, which means a correct answer on 22 questions. Once you pass the written exam, you are ready for the vision test and the actual driving exam, which tests out your skills and driving habits on Maryland roads.