FREE Missouri DOR Permit Practice Test Four 2019 | MO
The written knowledge test for Missouri consists of 25 multiple-choice questions pulled from the 2019 Missouri Driver’s Guide. To pass the exam, you’ll need to score an 80% or higher, by answering at least 20 questions correctly. Potential drivers under 21 will be required to participate in the Graduated Driver’s License Program. Beginning at age 15, you may apply for a permit valid for one year, followed by an intermediate license from ages 16 to 18, and then an under-21 full driver’s license. Once you have your permit, you must hold it for six months while you perform a minimum of 40 hours of supervised driving. The Missouri State Highway Patrol (MSHP) Driver Examination Division will administer your knowledge exam, additional road sign test, and a vision test; they will also take your $3.50 permit fee, and check your proof of identification, residence, and social security number before they can authorize your application for a permit. This DOR practice test will help you gain confidence to prepare for the real written knowledge exam.Rating: 4.37 out of 5 based on 49 votes. Or get unlimited access to all MO tests with Premium
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Missouri DOR Permit Test Fact Sheet
|How many questions:||25|
|How many correct answers to pass:||20|
|Minimum age to apply for Class F Instruction Permit||15|
MO DOR Driver's Handbook
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