Alaska Teen Permit Practice Test Description
Before you can receive your Alaska driving permit, you must first pass a written knowledge exam. The best way to pass this test is by taking our practice DMV permit test multiple times.
How Our AK Permit Practice Test Helps You
Receiving your teen driving permit is probably the first step towards adulthood that you will take. However, before you can receive this driving permit, you must first pass a written exam. The Alaska driving permit test is not difficult to pass, but it can be tricky if you did not study for the material beforehand. Taking our practice DMV permit test many times will prepare you for the actual exam and make you a confident and knowledgeable young driver.
Because you only need to take a knowledge exam in order to receive your permit, our practice test focuses solely on the written portion. You can expect questions regarding accumulating points on your Alaska driving record, changing lanes safely, using headlights appropriately and safely, understanding speed limits and other safe driving techniques and best practices. You will need a thorough understanding of the theory behind driving in order to be a safe driver on the roads. That is why both our practice test and the actual permit exam question you on this knowledge.
When you sit for the actual exam, you will feel confident because our practice test will not only have prepared you for the test content, but it will also have prepared you for the computerized multiple-choice format of the exam. You will be tested on 25 questions. In order to pass, you must answer at least 20 questions correctly, with a score of 80 percent or higher. Because the questions on our test are randomly generated, you should take the test multiple times to ensure that you see all possible questions. You can find all necessary information to pass the test in the Alaska DMV Drivers Handbook. If you would like further practice on recognizing road signs and signals, you can also take our Road Signs and Signals Practice Test.