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✔ FREE New Hampshire DMV Permit Practice Test Three 2016 | NH

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NH DMV Permit Test Fact Sheet:

Number of questions:40
Answer correctly to pass:32
Passing score:80%
If you’re here, you probably were looking for something to help you get ready to take a DMV exam. Sorry, it’s not quite that – we have everything to help you. Look – 40 multiple-choice questions with the same structure and scoring system as in a real DMV exam, up-to-date content based on the latest official New Hampshire Driver’s Manual, 24/7 availability, easy-to-navigate intuitive interface – this is all in our 3rd New Hampshire permit practice test. And all this doesn’t cost you anything except time and attention – but the payoff is you’re much more knowledgeable and confident when taking the real exam. Fair deal, is it? All we want from you if you like our test is spread the word by tweeting your friends about it or simply press the “Like” button above.
You can start right now, without any registration. Answer the first question below by clicking one of the four options. Use your knowledge or intuition, and in case they can’t help you, our hints can (please note that you won’t find hints on a real DMV test – they are for practice purposes only). Watch the progress bar on the left-hand side of the screen – it’ll inform you how well you’re doing. The green color means “OK, go ahead with the next question”, while red stands for “uh-oh, stop and think – there’s a mistake”. All mistakes are explained, just make sure you read carefully so the you won’t repeat them in the future. Carry on until the end of the test and check your final score.
Any room for improvement? Then retake our NH permit practice test as many times as you need for a better result. People say that practice makes perfect – and you know what? It really does. So get started and have the best of luck!
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