Washington driver's examination

Number of tests: 9
Number of questions: 25
Passing score: 5
Directions: The knowledge test is used to ensure you understand road signs, traffic laws, and safe-driving practices before you drive on the roadways. Everything you must learn to pass the test is in the guide (see link above)
You may take the test at any approved driver training school in the state. If you take your test at a driver licensing office that offers testing, it will be taken on a computer unless you need special accommodation.
It is a multiple-choice test with 25 questions, and you must correctly answer 20 of them to pass the test.
You have made error so far
Passing grade —
5 or fewer errors
On a freeway, you realize you missed your turn or exit. You should:
Signal other drivers to stop so you can turn.
Stop and back up.
Go on to the next turn, exit, or where you can safely turn around.
Make the turn quickly from your lane of travel.
If you operate a motor vehicle registered in Washington State, you must:
Carry insurance only if you have cars newer than 5 years.
Carry insurance only if you ride a motorcycle or drive a large truck.
Have liability insurance and carry an ID card proving you have such insurance.
Carry insurance only if you’re under 18.
Bicyclists have the choice to ride on:
The roadway, on the shoulder of a road, or in a bicycle lane.
None of these.
Freeways and highways where signs say it is illegal.
A left turn only lane, without turning, because there is no traffic.
On the freeway, you see a ”merging traffic“ sign. You should:
Move to another lane, if safe, to let traffic enter.
Slow down to allow traffic to enter.
Speed up to avoid congesting traffic.
Stay at your present speed.
When passing another vehicle on a road with 2 lanes traveling in opposite directions, you should:
Drive in either lane.
Return to the driving lane when there's enough room between you and the vehicle you passed.
Remain in the left lane if you intend to turn left.
Return to the right side of the roadway immediately.
When you see other drivers around you acting or reacting in anger:
Slow down, move over, or do whatever you can safely.
All of these.
Distance yourself from the situation.
Don’t make eye contact.