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✔ FREE Utah DMV Road Signs Permit Practice Test 2016 | UT

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UT DMV Permit Test Fact Sheet:

Number of questions:50
Answer correctly to pass:40
Passing score:80%

Practice makes perfect when it comes to sitting the UT DMV Permit Test. Get all of the help that you require with our practice test. Every single one of the questions comes directly from the official UT DMV driver’s manual so it will be just as if you’re taking the actual exam when you answer the questions on the practice test. The questions on the official test may be worded a little differently, but the context is the same. This is the best way to prepare for the test.

What’s Included in the Practice Test

When you drive around the roads in UT, you see various signs, and most of them are included in this practice test. You will encounter questions about warning, informational, guide, emergency, and regulatory road signs, as well as answers for each question. If you can’t think of the answer, give your best guess and write it down. You’ll need to study that question a bit more before you go into the DMV and take the test. If you do know the answer, you can cross that subject off your list. You know that subject well and you’re ready to move forward. Your answers are scored as you move through the test so you shouldn’t have any doubt regarding which subjects you know and which ones you don’t. This will give you the confidence you need to move forward with the test.

Are You Ready for Test Day?

You don’t have to rush into test day. Do not take the test until you get all of your practice test questions right. That way, you will be certain to pass the official test at the UT DMV. When you sit for the official test, you will feel like you are retaking a test that you have already taken several times. That will make the process much easier. If you’re ready to pass your UT DMV Road Signs Test, get started with this practice test. It will make your official test a breeze.

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