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We wanted to keep things as close to the original as it is humanly possible, so we have chosen the 25-question format for this motorcycle practice permit test (that's how many questions are on the Arizona motorcycle permit test, in case you didn't know).  The Simulator has kept all of the great features you might have already gotten used to while working on regular motorcycle practice tests: all questions are multiple choice, you receive immediate feedback for every answer there are no time limits and you can take as long as you need to work through the exam.  However, there is one small detail that places the AZ motorcycle permit test Simulator into a completely different league of sample exams.  Unlike regular motorcycle permit practice tests that use a fixed set of questions and present them to you over and over again, no matter how many times you take the exam, the Simulator does not have a predefined question list.  The Simulator is connected to a large knowledge pool of over 100 MVD motorcycle test questions and answers and it draws upon this pool every time you begin the exam.  Whenever you start the practice test, the Simulator chooses 30 new random questions and builds a custom quiz for you to play with!  Once you finish the quiz and restart it, the process is repeated again, so you always end up with a unique motorcycle practice permit test, no matter how many times you reload the exam! 

This massive knowledge base of online AZ motorcycle permit test questions can keep you occupied for hours, but we don't believe you need to be able to answer absolutely each and every question on the exam.  The motorcycle written test at the DMV office allows you to miss no more than 5 questions, this 80% grade means a pass.  However, we suggest that you continue working on the permit test Simulator until your score raises above the 90% bar, you really don't want to be cutting it too close to the line that means the difference between passing and failing.

Our Arizona motorcycle permit test Simulator was designed primarily as a self-assessment tool and as such, it has certain limitations you need to be aware of.  First, as you have probably understood already, you cannot repeat the same motorcycle practice permit test twice, a feature that would have been useful if you missed a bunch of questions and wanted to make sure that you've learned your lesson and can now answer those questions correctly.  Second, there are no integrated study aids and you are advised to keep the motorcycle permit book closed throughout the entire test.  Due to these limitations, you may consider switching to regular motorcycle practice permit tests if you notice that your grades are below the 80% mark.  Using regular exams will allow you to build up a solid foundation and you'll be able to work your way up back to the Simulator in no time at all!  Using the AZ motorcycle permit test cheat sheet is another option to consider - it is structured just like this permit test Simulator, yet offers integrated study aids that will help you with some of the most difficult questions!

Enjoy your free Arizona motorcycle permit test (AZ) Simulator 2016 and don't forget to share it with friends on Facebook and Twitter!