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North Dakota DMV Practice Test (ND) # 3

Ready to tackle more North Dakota practice driving test questions? Here they are! 20 new drivers license test questions and answers on signs and rules!

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

  • Questions: 25
  • Correct answers to pass: 20
  • Passing score: 80%
  • Test locations: Department of Transportation (DOT) Offices
  • Test languages: English, Spanish, Hindu, Vietnamese
Improve your chances of passing the test by reading the official North Dakota drivers manual Drivers Manual

Aspiring motorists from Bismarck, Fargo, Minot and elsewhere in North Dakota must begin their driver’s education journey by studying for the DMV written test. The North Dakota DMV permit test is arguably the toughest challenge you will face while learning to drive but once it is out of the way, you will be free to practice your maneuvering skills behind the wheel. To start studying for the permit test, you will need a current copy of the ND rules of the road book and this free DMV practice test. The real general knowledge exam features 25 questions and requires a minimum of 20 correct permit test answers. Our ND DMV practice test is slightly shorter but uses the same 80% pass requirement. When you are ready to begin learning about road rules, road signs and traffic signals, hit the ‘start’ button to fire up the quiz.

Nobody can predict the exact make up of the North Dakota permit test, as it is generated by computer using large database of possible permit test questions and is slightly different for every applicant. However, the DOT do state that approximately two thirds of the exam will cover rules of the road, with the remaining third reserved for road signs. Our ND DMV permit practice test represents these subjects in similar proportions, to give you a realistic taste of what the assessment will be like. The random nature of the permit test makes it extremely difficult to prepare for, as learners do not know which information in the ND drivers manual they will need. Our North Dakota DMV practice test has been built using genuine permit test questions but there is no guarantee that any of them will come up during the actual 2020 permit test.

This North Dakota practice permit test includes 20 questions and asks that at least 16 of them are answered correctly. Though the quiz presents authentic material, it also includes study aids that are not available to applicants taking the real DMV test. These study aids are designed to make the DMV practice permit test ND quiz suitable for new learners and can be used to either ask for a clue or remove half the incorrect answers during any question. While use of our study aids is not mandatory, we advise students to take advantage of them during any questions they cannot answer on their own. Ultimately, the support provided by these tools will better your knowledge and leave you in a stronger position during the North Dakota DMV test.

We have designed this ND DMV learners permit practice test to be the first steppingstone on your path towards the permit test. Once you have achieved a minimum of 16 correct permit test answers, you can move on to one of our other permit practice tests to continue working on your theory knowledge. If you are focusing on one specific chapter of the ND permit test book – like road signs or traffic signals – check out the practice permit tests we provide that are dedicated to these subjects. Alternatively, continue working with a range of different subjects by taking a shot at our free DMV cheat sheet. The order in which you complete our North Dakota DMV practice tests is not important, though you should leave the driving test simulator until last.

Besides our ND drivers permit practice test tools, the only thing prospective drivers need to prepare for the permit test is an up-to-date copy of the drivers manual. Download your free digital version of the North Dakota driving test rules book here, or by visiting the DMV website.