AR Permit Practice Test 6 2023
What to expect on the actual AR DMV exam
- 20correct answers to pass
- 80%passing score
- 14Minimum age to apply
To get your driver’s license in Arkansas, you’ll first need to pass a written knowledge test of 25 multiple-choice questions. Of the 25 questions based on the 2023 Arkansas Driver’s Manual, you’ll need to correctly answer a minimum of 20 to pass. In addition to the knowledge exam, you’ll need to take a vision test before you can be issued a license. If you’re 14 to 16 years of age, you’ll be eligible for your learner’s license. Once you’re 16, you may graduate to an intermediate license, and finally, at 18, you can qualify for an unrestricted license. If you’re under 18 while applying for your license, you’ll need to be able to provide parental consent, a signed school attendance form, and proof of a minimum 2.0 GPA. In addition, anyone applying for their license will need to provide their birth certificate and proof of identity, as well as pay a $5 testing fee, and $40 license fee. This Arkansas DFA practice test is structured just like the real exam which will be a multiple-choice test offered on a computer kiosk at your local State Police office.
AR DMV Driver's Handbook
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