Delaware driver's examination

(From the 2017 Delaware driver handbook)
Number of tests: 12
Number of questions: 30
Passing score: 6
Directions: To drive safely in Delaware, you need good eyesight and coordination, a sound knowledge and understanding of Delaware’s traffic laws.

All applicants for a driver license must pass a written test that covers Ohio motor vehicle regulations and traffic signs.

The test contains 20 road rule questions and 10 sign questions.The applicant must correctly answer 80% or 24 questions to pass the test.
You have made error so far
Passing grade —
6 or fewer errors
Sign and lane markings that say "No passing zone" tell you:
Speed up slightly
That it is not safe to pass
Keep a steady speed
This road sign means
a four-way intersection is ahead
you must bear either right or left
the roadway you are traveling on ends ahead
This road sign means:
You must travel through the intersection at the posted speed limit
You must not travel below the speed indicated
The maximum speed limit under ideal conditions
Adjust your rearview and side mirrors:
Whenever you need to use them
Before you get into the car
Before you start driving
To pass on a two-lane road, you should:
Judge the distance to the first oncoming vehicle
Sound your horn as you pass
Flash your headlights as you pass
It is very foggy. You should slow down and:
Put your lights on high beam
Put your emergency flashers on
Put your lights on low beam
This sign means:
Pedestrians must not cross here.
Pedestrian crossing ahead.
Pedestrians walking along the road ahead.
As your speed increases it is most important to:
Look farther ahead.
Put on your headlights.
Drive with both hands on steering wheel.
If the road is slippery, you should keep a following distance that is:
A normal distance from the car ahead
Closer to the car ahead than normal
Farther from the car ahead than normal
If the driver of an oncoming vehicle fails to dim the lights:
Look toward the center of the roadway
Look toward the right side of the road
Look straight ahead