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✔ FREE Texas DMV Motorcycle Permit Test Simulator 2016 | TX

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TX DMV Test Fact Sheet:

Number of questions:25
Answer correctly to pass:20
Passing score:80%

We’ve all listened to the horror stories. Your friends have gone into the DMV to take the motorcycle test, only to fail it. They didn’t fail because of a lack of brain power. The reason they failed is very simple. They didn’t study.

Of course, you can spend your evenings preparing and still not pass because you didn’t do it the correct way. Don’t just put your nose in a book. You need to take the practice test.

What Is the Practice Test?

This practice quiz is crafted to look just like the real test. The questions are lifted from the official Texas Motorcycle Handbook and look similar to the questions you will get when you take the official test at the DMV.

Because this is still a practice test, are welcome to use hints as you go through the questions to get some help. Use the hints at first, but as you get near to your test day, stop using the hints. Answer the questions on your own to make sure you know the answers.

If you choose a wrong answer, the test will show you the correct answer. Write it down and study that topic in greater detail. It could come up on the official TX test, and you want to make sure you get it right when you’re at the DMV.

It’s Almost Test Time

Test day will finally arrive. When that happens, you have a very important question to to think about. Are you ready to take the test? If you are, go down to the DMV and take it. If you are not, go through the practice test once again. The extra bit of practice will help you get ready for the test day. It will likely be all that you need to pass the exam.

Taking your motorcycle test doesn’t have to be hard. You can make it so much easier by practicing first. Take this practice test and then collect your endorsement.

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