Washington Drivers License Practice Test Description
In order to receive your Washington drivers license, you must first pass a number of tests. The best way to pass these tests is by taking our DOL practice test as you study.
How Our WA DOL Practice Test Helps You
Qualifying for a drivers license is often the first hallmark of becoming an adult. However, before you can receive your Washington drivers license for the first time, you need to first demonstrate your safe driving abilities by passing a written test and an on-road driving test. Our practice test focuses on the written knowledge test. This test is not very hard to pass, but some questions can be tricky if you do not prepare before taking it. Taking our practice Washington drivers license test many times can help you pass the actual exam confidently. Because the questions on the practice test are randomized, taking the exam multiple times ensures that you see all possible questions on the test.
Because our practice test focuses on the written test, you can expect to be quizzed on safe driving knowledge, techniques and best practices including understanding road signs and signals, how to properly register your vehicle, how to turn quickly in an emergency and how to properly secure a load to a vehicle. Understanding these rules is critical to becoming a safe driver on the roads. That is why our practice test and the actual exam will test you on this knowledge.
On test day, you should feel confident about the exam because our DOL practice test will have not only prepared you for the test content but also for the multiple-choice format of the test. In order to pass the exam, you will need to answer at least 20 questions out of 25 questions with a score of 80 percent or higher. You may find all the information you need for the test in the Washington Driver Guide. If you want to receive extra practice on identifying road signs and signals, take our Road Signs and Signals practice test.