Maryland MVA Practice Test (MD) # 3

A completely new Maryland MVA practice permit test with 20 new questions to help you nail the exam the first time!

  • 20 Questions
  • 80% Passing Score
  • 4 Mistakes Allowed
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Maryland Permit Test Facts

  • Questions: 25
  • Correct answers to pass: 22
  • Passing score: 88%
  • Test locations: Motor Vehicle Administration (MVA) Offices
  • Test languages: English, Spanish, Hindi, Vietnamese
  • Test quirks: The MVA test in Maryland is timed. You are allowed no more than 20 minutes to complete the exam.
Improve your chances of passing the test by reading the official Maryland drivers manual Drivers Manual

When you are ready to begin learning to drive, your initial priority should be studying for the MVA permit test. No first-time driver can get behind the wheel and start operating a vehicle under supervision, until they have passed this general knowledge exam to earn a learner’s permit. Studying for the Maryland permit test is not something you want to cut corners on, as the most students struggle to get through the assessment successfully during their first attempt. The general knowledge DMV permit test presents 25 rules of the road and road sign questions, targeting a random selection of the material you will have been studying in the MVA manual. To pass the assessment, new drivers must answer at least 22 questions correctly in 20 minutes or less. Working on our free MVA permit practice test for Maryland drivers will show you roughly how challenging the questions on the exam are, while giving you a chance to revise the study material. With this quiz and the other free MD MVA practice tests we provide, you can improve your chances of passing the permit test.

During the real MVA permit test, any questions that you do not answer within the 20-minute time limit will be counted as incorrectly answered questions. If you leave more than three questions unanswered, you will fail the assessment even if every answer you did provide was correct. Regular work with Maryland MVA practice permit tests as part of your study plan will get you accustomed to answering permit test questions correctly, and quickly. Relying solely on the drivers handbook – which does not contain many sample questions – is unlikely to be enough to get you through the MVA written test. Any new driver who fails the assessment will be asked to reattempt it another day, usually after a mandatory waiting period. You may also be made to pay another set of admin fees to secure a second shot at the exam.

This MVA practice permit test for 2024 applicants is slightly shorter than the real MVA permit test in Maryland, featuring just 20 permit test questions. It is also marginally less challenging, as you only need to provide 16 correct permit test answers. Elsewhere on we do provide several full-length Maryland MVA practice test quizzes with the same pass requirement as the real exam. You should start your learning journey with this entry-level quiz and work up to our challenging tests later. As this resource has been built as an introductory rules of the road and road signs quiz for new learners, it also features two study aids that will assist you in answering questions correctly. Use the ‘hint’ button to gain access to a clue or the ‘50/50’ tool to cut the number of possible permit test answers in half.

All the Maryland MVA permit practice tests we provide are built with integrated timers, allowing students to track how long it takes them to complete the full quiz. Learning to work quickly is important, as taking more than 20 minutes during the real permit test will almost certainly result in a fail. It does not matter how long it takes you to work through our Maryland MVA permit practice test, as your finish time does not affect your score. Initially, your focus should be on answering as many questions as you can correctly, irrespective of how long it takes you. Once you have hit the pass requirement, you can start paying attention to the timer in a bid to reduce your overall finish time.