Looking for a comprehensive DMV permit test study guide? The official drivers handbook certainly matches the bill, with almost 200 pages of information on road signs and driving laws that will help you figure your way out of virtually any information. Of course, you don't have to read the entire book just to be able top pass your DMV written test, in fact, you won't need half of the info you can find in the booklet! Download your copy of the South Carolina drivers manual 2016 and keep reading to find out what chapters you will need to study for the knowledge exam!
In our opinion, there is certainly such a thing as being overly comprehensive, especially when we are talking about a permit test study guide. The SC drivers manual is exactly that - it is loaded with information that has, despite it's overall usefulness, little no no value to someone who just wants to study for the DMV permit test. When you are looking for written test study materials, you want them to be as concise and targeted as possible. Being presented with a 200-page manual scares most of the first-time drivers license applicants away from reading the handbook, they close it immediately after seeing the table of contents and the volume of information they think they will need to cover. We believe that all non-essential information should be transferred to the website or separate publications (especially if we are talking about motorcycles or commercial drivers licenses, it's easy to make a completely separate motorcycle drivers manual and CDL drivers manual for respective audiences).
For those who don't want to waste any time on skimming through the entire SC DMV permit test study guide, we have a few shortcuts. Start by skipping the first 22 pages and go to page 23 of the book, the chapter that is titled "General Information". Read the entire chapter, all the way to page 68 and the skip ahead to the end of the book, page 171 - Traffic Signs, Signals and Markings. Read this chapter and you're done! You have just reduced the amount of information you have to study by two thirds, quite an achievement and a huge time saver!
Despite the fact that the SC permit book is almost 200 pages long, it is missing even a basic practice permit test for you to play with before you hit the DMV office and do the real thing. Don't stress, though, as we've got plenty of sample quizzes for you! We have over 500 SC DMV permit test questions and answers for you to study, organized into convenient practice tests of various difficulty. If you are just making your first steps towards your drivers license, start with the very first SC practice permit test for beginners and then slowly work your way up through the entire list of sample quizzes. Finish off with the SC permit test Simulator, a sample exam that is built just like the real test. If you are consistently able to score 90% or higher on the Simulator, it means you are ready for the real thing!
A word of advice to those who are thinking of passing on reading the SC permit test study guide in favor of practice tests - don't. Practice tests were meant to be used alongside the official drivers manual, they compliment the handbook and show you what topics you may need to spend a little more time on. We recommend that you read the DMV permit book first and start working on sample quizzes only once you've gone through the booklet at least once. Start early, do a little every day and you will pass the knowledge test with flying colors! Good luck at the DMV!
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