Maryland driver's examination

(From the 2017 Maryland driver handbook)
Number of tests: 13
Number of questions: 25
Passing score: 22
Directions: Licensing requirements include a vision screening, a knowledge test, and a driving skills test on the satisfactory operation of a motor vehicle.

The knowledge test for your learner's permit is based on information contained in this driver’s manual. To pass the knowledge test, you must demonstrate a basic understanding of Maryland traffic laws. The Knowledge tests include 25 multiple choice questions

If you answer at least 22 questions correctly from the sample test found here AND you have thoroughly read the "Maryland Driver's Handbook" and "All You Need to Know About Your Driver's License", you will be well prepared to take the knowledge test for your learner's permit.
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Passing grade —
3 or fewer errors
This sign means:
you should stop for other traffic
traffic is entering from another road and you should keep right
traffic is entering from another road and you should drive cautiously while allowing additional space for the other drivers to merge safely into the traffic flow
You must yield to a pedestrian using a white cane or guide dog
At all times
Only is a crossing guard is present
Only when a guide dog is leading the person across the street
Collisions can happen more often when:
One vehicle is traveling faster or slower than the flow of traffic.
All vehicles are traveling about the same speed.
One lane of traffic is traveling faster than the other lanes.
This sign means
Slippery when wet.
Road curves ahead.
Don't drink if you are going to drive.
You want to make a right turn at the corner. A pedestrian with a guide dog is at the corner ready to cross the street in front of you. Before making your right turn, you should:
Tell the pedestrian when to cross the street
Wait until the person crosses the street
Turn off your engine until the person crosses the street
This sign indicates that:
A logging road is ahead
There is a steep hill ahead
No trucks are allowed on the hill
At intersections, crosswalks, and railroad crossings, you should always:
Slowly pass vehicles that seem to be stopped for no reason.
Look to the sides of your vehicle to see what is coming.
Stop, listen, and proceed cautiously.
To know where traffic is behind you:
Look out the back window
Keep other vehicles out of your blind spots
Frequently check your rearview mirror
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