You should bring your Learner's Permit and Form PDLA, which certifies that you've completed a Driver's Education course and the necessary hours of behind-the-wheel training. Additionally, your parent or legal guardian should accompany you to sign your application.
On the SC Driving Exam, you will need to demonstrate parts of your vehicle to the examiner first before you begin driving. As you drive, your number one priority should be demonstrating your ability to drive safely and effectively.
After you have received your permit, you will need to maintain a good driving record for 180 days before you can apply for your license. During this time, if you are under 17, you should attend a Driver's Education course. If you are under 18, you should complete, at minimum, 40 hours of behind-the-wheel training with a parent or legal guardian.