Top Five Reasons To Take A Practice Permit Test

Studying for your permit test can be overwhelming. A lot of DMV-related websites will suggest reading the manual as the main and sometimes only way to study for your permit test, but actually practice permit tests can be really helpful. 

Help You Relax

Most people experience some kind of test jitters months, weeks or days before their permit test. Sometimes, the best way to deal with this anxiety is to study well. It can bolster your confidence. Passing successfully one or two practice tests may relax you and make you feel a little better about yourself. 

Familiarize Yourself With The Questions And Terms You Might Encounter

On test day you want to avoid all surprises that includes terms and phrases that might be unfamiliar to you. Passing a few practice tests could familiarize you with the different types of questions and phrases that might come on test day. 

Find Your Weak Spots

You can study for days and weeks non-stop, but still for some reason you can’t remember what’s a typical speed limit in a school zone or what’s the difference between a regulatory or prohibitive sign. Whatever your weakness a practice permit test can help you identify those weak spots so you can then develop better strategies to overcome them and still pass successfully. Whether that means directing more time studying those tough sections or coming up with mnemonic tricks to help you remember. 

Prepare Your For The Test Conditions

You might have read your state’s Driver Handbook and you may know all the information you may be asked on the test, but if you need an hour to remember each fact then you may not do so well on test day. Practice tests afford you the opportunity to replicate test situations so you know how to pace yourself on test day.

Confirm You’re Ready For The Test

All states allow you to retake your permit test if you fail, but the wait time and retest fee will differ from state to state. Though you should be comforted by your ability to retake the test if necessary, you should use practice permit tests and your successes as indicators of your readiness for the actual test. If you can manage to find yourself a free and well-written practice test wouldn’t that be worth it?!?

Have we convinced you yet? Now go and practice friend make sure the practice permit test is catered to your state as laws change state by state. We wish you well! 

by Abby on June 07, 2015