Missouri Permit Practice Test Five | MO
The Missouri written test for your learner’s permit and driver’s license is a multiple-choice exam offered by the Missouri State Highway Patrol. Each county has at least one testing center offered by the Driver Examination Division of the MSHP, which will administer the 25-question written knowledge test based on the 2019 Missouri Driver’s Guide. The knowledge exam is your first step towards a permit or license, and you’ll need to score an 80% or higher to pass, meaning you cannot miss more than five questions. You may apply for your permit beginning at age 15 by taking the written examination, passing a vision test and road sign test, providing proof of identity, residence, social security number, and parental consent, and paying a $3.50 permit fee. If you’re 18 or older, you may opt to take the written exam, vision test, additional road signs test, and your driving test all in one go to receive your license. The license fee will be $7.50. This DOR practice test can help you study the ins and outs of the driver’s guide to help you pass your written exam.
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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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