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FREE MO CDL Pre-Trip Inspection Practice Test 2016 Exam Mode

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MO DOR Permit Test Fact Sheet:

Number of questions:30
Answer correctly to pass:24
Passing score:80%

Do you think you’re prepared to take the MO CDL Pre-Trip Inspection Test? If you aren’t sure if you’ll pass, it is a really bad idea to go to the DOR and take the official exam. You might fail it, and that will make it difficult for you to hold onto your job. It is much better to prepare from home by taking this CDL Pre-Trip Inspection Practice Test. It will make it much easier for you to go into the MO DOR and pass with flying colors.

Learn from Your Mistakes

You might not get every answer correct the first time, and that is all right. You can learn from the answers that you miss. When you miss a question, the test will let you know. It will highlight the right answer so you can make a note of it. This will let you know what you need to review. For instance, you might not know anything about checking the oil level, so you might miss a question about that subject. That will let you know that you need to go back through your MO manual and review that section before you go to the DOR.

Prepare for Test Day

When you finally get all of the practice test questions right, you’ll know that you’re ready for test day. At that point, don’t put it off. There is no sense in putting it off any longer. You’re ready to go to the DOR. You should have a lot of confidence now since you have practiced here. The tests are very similar, so there is no reason to think that you will not do the same thing on the official exam.

So, now it’s time to buckle down and get ready for big day. Begin with the practice test, paying attention to each question that you encounter. After you make it through the practice test, you’ll finally be ready to go to the DOR and take the real thing.

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