Arkansas Permit Practice Test Five 2023 | AR
What to expect on the actual AR DMV exam
- 20correct answers to pass
- 80%passing score
- 14Minimum age to apply
The Arkansas driving knowledge test is comprised of 25 multiple-choice questions based on the 2023 Arkansas Driver’s Manual, you’ll need to answer a minimum of 20 of the questions correctly to pass. The test will be offered at one of the State Police locations near you, and the test can be taken on a computer kiosk unless you require it to be administered orally. In addition to the written knowledge exam, you will also be required to pass a vision test, pay a $5 test fee, $40 license fee, and provide your birth certificate. If you’re under 18 you’ll also be required to provide parental consent, a signed school attendance form, and proof that you hold a minimum 2.0 GPA. For those under 18 in Arkansas, you’ll be required to participate in their graduated driver’s license program. Beginning at age 14 you may take the knowledge exam to receive your learner’s license, before graduating to an intermediate license at 16, and an unrestricted license at 18. This practice test can help you as you study for the written knowledge exam, and remember: if you fail your test, you’ll have to wait another five days before you retest.
AR DMV Driver's Handbook
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