Ohio driver's examination

(From the 2017 Ohio driver handbook)
Number of tests: 8
Number of questions: 40
Passing score: 10
Directions: All applicants for an Ohio driver license must pass a written test that is given in two parts and covers Ohio motor vehicle regulations and traffic signs.

The Motor Vehicle Regulations part contains 20 multiple choice questions equally weighted. The applicant must correctly answer 75% or 15 questions to pass this portion of the test. The questions cover: Motor vehicle laws; rules of the road pertaining to safety; regulations of the BMV as prescribed by the director of public safety.

The traffic signs part contains a minimum of 20 multiple choice questions equally weighted.

The applicant must correctly answer 75% or 15 questions to pass this portion of the test.The questions cover: Highway warnings and traffic signs and signalling devices and directions given in the English language.
You have made error so far
Passing grade —
5 or fewer road sign errors
5 or fewer road rules errors
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1.
This sign is used to warn drivers about:
Upcoming intersections
Road curves ahead
Road construction
Changes in traffic lanes
2.
This sign means:
Pedestrians must not cross here.
Pedestrians walking along the road ahead.
Be alert for construction workers on the road.
Pedestrian crossing ahead.
3.
This road sign means
no exit
no U-turns
no left turn
no right turn
4.
This sign means:
One-way street ends
One-way street begins
Divided highway ends
Divided highway begins
5.
At a school crossing sign, you should:
Be ready to help children crossing the street.
Watch for children and be ready to stop.
Always sound your horn when you see children.
Always stop, whether there’s a stop sign or not.
6.
This sign shows one type of:
Lane change
Intersection
Road curve
Right turn
7.
This sign means:
No right turn.
You must turn right.
Watch for traffic on your right.
Don’t park on the right of the street.
8.
On the freeway, you see a ”merging traffic“ sign. You should:
Slow down to allow traffic to enter.
Stay at your present speed.
Move to another lane, if safe, to let traffic enter.
Speed up to avoid congesting traffic.
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