Getting Your Indiana Teen Permit Means First Passing the Knowledge Exam
Indiana needs to know that you understand the basics of traffic laws and safety rules before issuing you a permit. With our practice exams, you will find learning the basics easier and more effective.
Taking Our IN Permit Practice Test Increases Your Learning Opportunities
For months now, you have been dreaming of getting your Indiana driving permit and getting behind the wheel of a car for the first time. When you tell your friends you are studying for your knowledge test, many of them will have advice. You might hear that you do not need to study because it is all common sense. In some cases, a friend might tell you they spent hours studying and still did not pass the first time. While you will definitely need to study, you do not need to spend every waking hour worrying. Everything you need to know to pass your permit test is located in the state's driver manual. This manual was used to create the actual questions on your BMV permit test, making it a useful resource to study. You can download a copy here or stop by a testing center.
You will want to familiarize yourself with each of the topics in the manual before taking a practice test, but don't worry if you do not know everything. Made up of 25 multiple-choice questions, our practice exams are designed to help you reinforce the information you already know and find any weak areas. Because you'll see the page number and section reference on any questions asked, you will be able to easily return to that section of your driver's manual to spend more time studying. As you take more of our tests, you'll begin to feel better about the actual knowledge exam and build confidence.
An abundance of confidence can help you be more successful on the day of your test because you'll feel comfortable with the formatting of your official permit test. It features multiple-choice questions just like our practice tests. Indiana requires people taking the permit test to arrive at least one hour before closing time. This allows you plenty of time for the exam. Passing requires you to answer 80 percent of the questions correctly, so start studying now.