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Practice Tests for New Virginia Drivers
Our DMV.com expert team has developed a faster way of studying for the Virginia knowledge test. We have created the Driver’s License Practice Test and the Study Guide packet as a new and effective study tool that will lead you to successfully passing the drivers knowledge test on your first try. The DMV.com researchers have compiled all the important information related to driving in VA to create one trustworthy Study Guide packet, for your convenience.
Did You Know? The Virginia DMV reports that 45% of test takers pass the DMV drivers exam on their first try.
In order to pass the written driving exam on the first try, follow the steps outlined by DMV.com, below.
How to Pass the Virginia Written Driver's Test
Studying for your written drivers test can be stressful, but with the aid of DMV.com's proven study materials, you'll be on your way to driving the Virginia roadways in no time. To prepare for Test Day, just follow the steps below:
- The first thing you should do is read through the Virginia Driver’s Manual. Review the chapters on traffic signs, rules and safe driving, most importantly.
- After you have read all the important information from the chapters, use the DMV.com Study Guide in order to ingrain what you have already learned from the Va driving manual. Our Study Guide comprises a collection of all the important traffic laws a driver should know prior taking the knowledge test.
- Once you have read everything thoroughly, take the DMv.com practice drivers exam, in order to test your knowledge.
You can take a FREE Sample Test in order to preview the DMV.com Practice Test. The questions given on the free test are similar to the questions that you will be given on the actual written drivers test. In order to check your knowledge of the Virginia road rules, and to get an idea of how the actual written drivers test looks like, take the Sample Practice Test online, today.
Road Rules to Study
The lengthy material supplied by the DMV Virginia drivers handbook can be daunting, which is why our team has condensed only the most important driving topics into our Study Guide for your review. In the DMV.com Study Packet, you will find information on the following subjects:
- Road signs
- Turning rules
- Pavement markings
- Four-way stop sign navigation
- Rules for driving in inclement weather
How to Ensure Your Passing Score
If you want to minimize the risk of failing the Virginia written drivers test, you need to study the driving rules thoroughly. Begin with reading the Virginia Driver’s Manual where you can find all important traffic laws and road rules. For those drivers who are trying to avoid reading the entire driver’s manual, simply trust in the DMV.com Study Packet to deliver vital information for you. The material in the study bundle contains all the necessary traffic laws and rules which you need to remember in order to pass the written drivers test. And, along with this study bundle, you have unlimited access to the online Practice Driving Test.
Knowing When to Take the Virginia Driving Test
Scoring at least a 90% on the DMV.com Practice Test means you are ready to schedule an appointment at the Virginia DMV office! If you score less than 90%, this only means that you should take the Practice Test a few, additional times. Dedicate some extra studying to the sections that troubled you most, and retake the Practice Drivers Test until you feel like you have learned the material with confidence.
Test Day TipsOnce you feel you have mastered the driving test content, you must schedule an appointment with the VA DMV to book your Test Day. As your written drivers exam approaches, keep the following things in mind:
- Currently, the Virginia written drivers test consists of 30 questions. You must get at least 24 questions correct, which totals 80%, for a passing score.
- The cost to get a driver’s license in Virginia is $32 ($4 per year for an eight-year license). This fee also includes the price for the written drivers test.
- To take the official Virginia written driving exam, you must be at least 15-and-a-half years old.
- You must visit the Virginia DMV office in person to submit a learner’s permit application and to take the written drivers test.
- New drivers have three chances to pass the Virginia written drivers license test.
With some extra effort, you will master the drivers license exam on your very first attempt. We are so confident in our study tools, that we propose a full refund if you don’t pass your DMV knowledge exam on the first time.
The day you apply for your learner’s permit at the Virginia DMV is the same day you will take the written drivers license test. Bring the following documents when you visit any local Virginia DMV office to complete the drivers license application process:
- Two proofs of identity:
- Official birth document
- Certificate of birth abroad
- Unexpired or expired U.S. passport or U.S. passport card
- Unexpired permanent resident card
- Certificate of Naturalization/Citizenship
- U.S. Citizen Identification card
- Virginia DMV-issued ID card
- Medicare card
- Unexpired military dependent ID card with photo
- U.S. military discharge documents
- Unexpired U.S. pilot’s license
- Proof of Social Security Number:
- Social Security card
- Annual Social Security statement
- Payroll check stub
- Proof of legal presence:
- USCIS form I-797
- Official letter from the USCIS
- Resident Card
- Proof of Virginia residency:
- Deed/Mortgage statement
- Virginia income tax return
- Utility bill
- Virginia voter registration card
- Monthly bank statement
- Payroll check stub
- U.S. internal revenue service tax
- Current automobile or life insurance bill
- Name change documents, if applicable (one of the following):
- Adoption documents
- Official name change documents
- Marriage certificate
- Divorce legal papers
- Domestic partnership documents
Primarily, the VA written driving test is given in English. In addition, you can take the Virginia driving test in the following languages:
- American Sign Language (ASL)
- Amharic (Ethiopian)
- Haitian Creole
Documents Needed for Noncitizens
Virginia DMV now offers driver’s licenses to noncitizens residing in the state. To get a learner’s permit or driver's license, non-US citizens must provide documents proving your identity and legal presence. Accepted documents are listed below:
- Unexpired foreign passport
- Unexpired or expired U.S. visa and unexpired I-94 or entry stamp
- Original I-20 for F1/F2 applicants
- DS-2019 for J1/J2 applicants
- I-94 print out
- Unexpired Permanent Resident Card (I-551)
- USCIS form I-797
- Official letter from the USCIS
After the Written Test
After you pass the Virginia written driving exam, you must hold a learner's permit for a specified length of time – which varies by age.
When it comes time to take your DMV roadskills test, we advise you practice driving as often as possible. In the case that you do not pass your road exam the first time around, you have two additional chances to pass.
To be issued a VA provisional license, all applicants must complete 30 hours of classroom instruction and six hours of drivers training beforehand.
Additionally, when you arrive at the VA DMV for your road test, you will need to pass a vision test with a visual acuity of 20/40, with or without corrective lenses.
PRACTICE TEST Frequently Asked Questions
I'm 15 and a little less than two weeks ago I took my permit test for the first time. I had studied, but I was really nervous and I got the second question wrong. Do you have any advice on passing next time?
The first thing you should do is to revise all the sections you think you knew less. For that purpose, you can use our Study Guide. After that, take the Practice Test and check your knowledge. And last, when you head out to the DMV office to take the test, remember not to stress out, calm yourself and begin with the written exam. We are sure that you will pass the exam with more studying and less stress.
What am I supposed to know on the Virginia DMV permit test?
Prior to taking the written knowledge test at any Virginia DMV office, you need to become familiar with the most important sections from the Virginia driver's Manual. You are recommended to learn the chapters on traffic signs, rules and safe driving. After you have learned all these pieces of information, you should take the DMV.com Practice Test in order to check your knowledge. If you fail the Practice Test or you think that you did not know everything that is needed for the actual written test, read thoroughly our Study Guide and retake the Practice Test as many times as you want.
Is the sample test on VA DMV website exactly the same as the real written test that I will take at the VA DMV office?
Both the sample test on the official VA DMV website and the Practice Test we offer, contain similar questions to the real questions on the written exam on the test day. However, they are similar to the actual ones and not exactly the same. You need to study the Virginia driver's manual thoroughly since all the exam questions are taken from it. If you want to spend less time on studying, we offer you our Study Guide, which is created to lead you through the process of studying. Also, our Practice Test will give you an idea of how the actual test will look like.
I have failed the written test twice already. I read the entire manual twice, but I can't pass the test. What will happen if I fail the test three times in Virginia?
Reading the manual without understanding the traffic rules and laws will not get you to pass the written exam. You need to really understand the rules of the road and to start thinking with your own head. Read our Study Guide and take the Practice Test as many times as you think you might need. In the misfortune of failing the knowledge exam three times, you will have to complete and pass a classroom education at a driver training school approved by DMV or the Department of Education. After that, you can take the test again. The only thing you need to do is to study the material and use our Practice Test and Study Guide test-preparation bundle to get ready.
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