Kansas Driver’s License Practice Test
Earn your Kansas driver’s license the easy way by preparing with a FREE practice test. Featuring questions taken directly from your Kansas state driver’s handbook, this driver’s license practice exam gives you the chance to experience the test format right from the comfort of home—or even quiz yourself while waiting for your exam at the DMV! This test features 25 state-specific questions in multiple-choice format, mimicking the format of the real test you’ll take at the Department of Revenue. To pass, you’ll need to answer at least 20 of them correctly. Missed a few? You’ll get a real-time look at how many questions you’ve answered incorrectly, with the opportunity to back and review those questions at the end of your test. It’s the perfect way to target the topics you need to study more before you test for your Kansas driver’s license. The best part: you can take your free Kansas practice test as many times as you need to feel confident that you’ll pass the real thing.
Your 25-question free practice test covers Kansas driving laws, right-of-way rules, traffic signals and signs, road signs, and more. We keep this test updated with the latest information directly from the Kansas Department of Revenue, so you can rest assured you have the most up-to-date practice test available.
Kansas Driver’s License Practice Test FAQs:
How many times can I take my Kansas driver license exam?
You can take your Kansas driver’s license test up to 4 times within a period of 6 months. This includes testing at the driver’s license office as well as online tests. After the fourth attempt, you’ll need to wait at least 6 months before you can test again.
Can I take my Kansas driver’s license test online?
Yes, the Kansas Department of Revenue provides an online driver’s license test in addition to the traditional test taken in a driver’s licensing office.
How do I earn my Kansas driver’s license?
To earn your Kansas driver’s license, you’ll first need to pass a written knowledge test and a behind-the-wheel driving test. If you’re under 18 years old, you must also complete a Driver’s Education course and earn an instruction permit before taking your road test.