Indiana driver's examination

(From the 2018 Indiana driver handbook)
Number of tests: 12
Number of questions: 50
Passing score: 42
Directions: The knowledge test is based on information contained in this driver’s manual. To pass the knowledge test, you must demonstrate a basic understanding of Indiana traffic laws and safe driving techniques, and you must be able to read and understand highway signs regulating, warning, and directing traffic.

Knowledge tests include multiple choice questions concerning traffic maneuvers and knowledge of types of traffic signs. If you fail to pass a knowledge test, you must wait until the next business day to take the test again. The knowledge test consists of 16 sign identifications and 34 questions of which you can only miss two signs and six questions to pass.
You have made error so far
Passing grade —
or fewer road sign errors
6 or fewer road rules errors
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1.
You may not park:
On a hill.
In a parking lot.
On a crosswalk or in a marked bicycle lane.
Within 12 inches of the right side of the road.
2.
If an aggressive driver cuts you off, you should:
Call the police immediately.
Stay calm and move out of the aggressive driver's way.
Flash your vehicle's lights to let the aggressive driver know he is wrong.
Use a driving action of your own to get back at the aggressive driver.
3.
Drowsy drivers:
Should drink strong black coffee to stay awake.
Can drive so poorly that they may appear to be drunk.
Can stay alert by opening a window and turning up the radio.
Are usually only older drivers.
4.
When approaching a traffic signal displaying a flashing yellow arrow, drivers:
Should merge into a lane in the direction of the arrow.
Should come to a complete stop.
May turn left after yielding to oncoming traffic and pedestrians.
Have the right-of-way and may expect oncoming traffic to stop for them.
5.
When driving past a vehicle that has just stopped in a parked position on the side of the road, you should:
Assume that the driver will open the car door as you approach.
Speed up.
Slam on your brakes.
Assume that the driver will wait for you to pass before opening the door.
6.
Defensive driving is:
Identifying dangerous driving situations and taking action to avoid accidents.
Defending yourself against poor drivers by getting ahead of them in traffic.
Following the vehicle ahead of you at a close distance.
Quickly changing lanes and shifting in and out of traffic congestion.
7.
You cannot pass safely on a two-way, two-lane street unless:
You are able to clearly see the road ahead.
You can return to your lane before meeting oncoming traffic.
Your vehicle is capable of the speed necessary to pass.
All of the above.
8.
When driving on slick roads, you should:
Take turns more slowly than usual.
Change lanes quickly.
Accelerate quickly.
Brake hard.
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