LEARNER’S PERMIT TEST BASICS FOR TEENAGERS
The Connecticut DMV Permit Test is a 25 question exam where you can get no more than 4 wrong in order to pass. No worries: You can pass the Connecticut permit test easily with help from The Next Street. Check out our Blog Post on Passing Your Learner's Permit Test.
Learner’s Permit Vision Test
The first part of the CT Permit Test is a vision test. If you wear glasses or contacts, be sure to bring them with you. If you’re having trouble with your vision, get a checkup with your eye doctor prior to going to the DMV. You don't want the DMV Vision Test to be when you realize you need glasses. If you fail your Vision Test, you will not be able to take the Knowledge Test and you will need to schedule another test date (2-3 months down the road).
Learner’s Permit Knowledge Test
After you pass your vision test, the second part of the Permit Test is a knowledge test. The Knowledge Test is a 25 question, multiple choice exam taken on a computer. The questions are a random selection from a pool of 300 safe driving questions… and they aren’t easy. You must get at least 21 correct answers in order to pass. Don’t go in cold; make sure you study! If you use The Next Street Permit Prep eBook, you should have no problem passing your test.
What to Bring to the DMV for Your Learner’s Permit Test
It’s test day. You’re excited. Nervous. Ready to nail the test. The
DMV inspector finally calls your name: “Do you have your Birth
Certificate?” Nooooooooooooo! Don’t let this happen to you. The DMV requires that you bring and present certain paperwork on the day of your test. Download and print a handy Permit Test Checklist, and make sure you show up with everything you need on test day.
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