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Practice Tests for New North Dakota Drivers

The expert team at DMV.com developed the Practice Test and Study Guide Packet in order to simply the DMV exam study process. By putting our materials to proper use, rest assured, you will be on your way to achieving a passing score, com Test Day. Utilizing the North Dakota Non-Commercial Drivers Manual, alone, is not the most efficient way to prepare for your written drivers exam. When you supplement the DMV.com Study Guide and Practice test bundle, you can learn the material in a fraction of the time.

Did You Know? In North Dakota, only half of beginner drivers pass the DOT written knowledge exam on their first try.

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How to Pass the North Dakota Written Driver’s Test

If you are unsure of how to begin your test preparations for your written driver test, trust in DMV.com’s three-step process, which includes the following:

  1. Start out by reviewing the North Dakota Non-Commercial Drivers Manual in depth, so you can build a foundation for your studies.
  2. Continue on with our Study Guide, which covers only the most important road rules and traffic laws found on the official DMV test.
  3. Once you feel comfortable with the material, test your knowledge with the DMV.com Driver Practice Test, so you can determine which sections you understand, and which ones require more attention.

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Road Rules to Study

The Premium Study Guide and Practice Test are developed to help you pass the written knowledge exam in one go. These condensed study aids will back up the required knowledge for the key testing material, such as:

  • Traffic signals, signs and markings
  • Speed restrictions and speed limits
  • Bypassing other vehicles
  • Driving skills in emergency situations
  • Inclement weather driving

How to Ensure Your Passing Score

To pass the DMV writing test on your first attempt, study traffic signs and road regulations with the DMV.com study tools. First, study the North Dakota Non-Commercial Drivers Manual . Grasp differences between traffic signals, signals and markings. Verify the knowledge of crucial topics from the manual by reading the Study Guide, and testing the new material with the Premium Practice Test.

This all-inclusive package enables you to have productive study time. Save valuable hours by reading the condensed information in the DMV.com Study Guide and strengthen the important topics from the ND Driver’s Manual. Use the unlimited testing option offered by DMV.com to get into a positive mindset about reaching a passing score when you visit the North Dakota DOT office for your drivers exam.

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Knowing When to Take the North Dakota Driving Test

Once you get a score of 90 percent or higher on the DMV.com Practice Test, you should be confident you will pass the written knowledge exam on your first try. A lower score should not discourage you, though. With the invaluable help of the study packet, you will make a solid base for the troublesome areas. The unlimited testing included in the DMV.com drivers license practice test is made just for that purpose: use it to your advantage when you take the official written exam.

Test Day Tips

As you begin to feel you are retaining all of the new DMV material you set out to learn, the time will come to make your Test Day appointment. As the date approaches for your written drivers license test, keep in mind the following:

  1. The North Dakota written drivers test contains 25 questions. You must get at least 20 questions (80 percent) correct for a passing score.
  2. The cost to get a Class D license for the first time in North Dakota is $25. This amount is a total sum of the $5 fee for the written knowledge test, the $5 fee for the road skills test and the $15 fee for the driver’s license application.
  3. To take the official North Dakota written driving test you must be at least 15 years old. After you pass the exam, you are eligible to apply for a level one driving permit. North Dakota’s first license is named Class D license.

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DMV Checklist

Once you pass the written driving test, you can submit your drivers license application at a North Dakota DOT branch office. To apply for your permit to drive, have originals of the following items ready:

  • Proof of Social Security Number:
    • W-2 tax form
    • SSA 1099 form
    • Non-SSA 1099 Form
    • Pay stub
  • Proof of name, age, and identity:
    • Driver’s license
    • North Dakota ID card
  • Two proofs of North Dakota residency:
    • Utility bills
    • Credit card statement
    • Life or car insurance policy
    • Voter registration card
    • Pay stub or earnings statement
    • Rent receipt
    • Phone bill
    • Transcript or report card from accredited school
  • Parental consent if you are under 18
  • Proof of legal name change, if applicable

Note that you must bring a valid ID document at the time of the written test, or you will not be allowed to take the DMV test.

Test Languages

In addition to English, the North Dakota written drivers test is available to take in the following languages

  • Arabic
  • Nepali
  • Russian
  • Serbo-Croatian
  • Somali
  • Spanish
  • Swahili
  • Turkish
  • Vietnamese
  • Spanish

Note that certain North Dakota offices allow for testing in the American Sign Language.

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Documents Needed for Noncitizens

North Dakota residents who do not have the status of a U.S. citizen can obtain their driver’s licenses under the documentary requirements of the Systematic Alien Verification for Entitlement (SAVE) program, run by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services.
As a non-U.S. citizen, to drive legally in North Dakota, you must have the following documents ready:

  • One identification document:
    • Birth certificate
    • Consular report of birth abroad
    • Certificate of naturalization
    • Certificate of citizenship
    • Northern marina card
    • American Indian card
  • Proof of Social Security Number:
    • W-2 tax form
    • SSA 1099 form
    • Non-SSA 1099 Form
    • Pay stub
  • Two proofs of North Dakota residency:
    • Utility bills
    • Credit card statement
    • Life or car insurance policy
    • Voter registration card
    • Pay stub or earnings statement
    • Rent receipt
    • Phone bill
  • Parental consent, if you are under 18

After the Written Test

The passing score on the North Dakota written knowledge test is the first step to obtaining your driving permit. Next comes preparations for the road skills test, which requires driver’s education prior – a minimum of 30 hours in class and a minimum of six hours of behind the wheel driving. Also keep in mind, before you apply for the instructional driving permit, you must present a vision test certificate with 20/40 acuity. The last step is to book the DMV road skills test appointment.

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