Ohio Driver’s License Practice Test
Earn your Ohio driver’s license on your very first try! Ace your written BMV license test by using our FREE Ohio driver’s license practice test. This test features 25 real sample questions and answers that you’ll find right in your OH BMV driver’s handbook. Quiz yourself with up-to-date information that’s regularly reviewed to ensure you’re studying the most accurate materials possible.
Our free OH driver’s license practice test is made up of state-specific questions expertly created by testing professionals and reviewed by traffic regulatory specialists. The structure is multiple-choice—just like the real BMV license exam. The online format lets you study on the go and review whenever you find the time—rather than constantly poring over pages and pages of the handbook, pull out this free OH practice test and quiz yourself quickly and efficiently! We also include comprehensive explanations with each answer, along with a thorough review at the end showing any questions you may have missed, so you know precisely which topics to target and study more closely. Return to this free practice test frequently to track your improvement until you’re ready to tackle the real thing!
Ohio Driver’s License Practice Test FAQs:
How many questions are on the Ohio license exam? What score do I need to pass my Ohio license exam?
The Ohio driver’s license test includes 40 multiple-choice questions, and you must pass your Ohio BMV license test with a score of 75% or higher.
Does this practice test include the same questions I’ll see on the BMV permit test?
Our Ohio permit practice test includes the same information that the BMV uses to create its driver’s license exam. The questions’ wording may vary, but the material is the same.
How do I earn my Ohio driver’s license?
To earn your Ohio driver’s license, you must be at least 16 years old and earn a temporary permit by passing a written knowledge exam. All Ohio drivers must first carry this permit, regardless of age, before taking the road test to earn their full OH driver’s license.
If you’re under 18 years old, you must also first complete a state-approved driver education course as well as at least 50 hours of supervised behind-the-wheel driving practice before you can take your road test.