FREE Georgia DDS Practice Test Three 2018 | GA
The written knowledge test for your permit in Georgia consists of 40 multiple-choice questions in total, based on the 2018 Georgia Drivers Manual. The test is divided into two sections, one devoted to road rules and the other to road signs, and you must pass each section with a 75% or higher to pass the exam and receive your permit. If you’re a minor in Georgia, you are required to hold an instructional permit for at least one year before you may take your driving test to get your intermediate license. If you’re 15, you can be eligible for a permit, and graduate to an intermediate license at 16, but only if you’ve completed a driver education course and 40 hours of supervised driving; otherwise, you must wait until you’re 17. The written knowledge test is offered at your local DDS Customer Service Center, where you will be required to take a vision test, provide proof of identity, pay a $10 permit fee, and provide proof of school attendance if you’re still a minor. When you take the driving test for your intermediate license that will also be $10. This DDS permit practice test will help you study for your test and pass both portions with ease, as the questions are very similar to those on the real exam.
10 mistakes allowed to pass
Passing score required at the GA DDS: 75%
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