Oregon driver's examination

(From the 2018 Oregon driver handbook)
Number of tests: 16
Number of questions: 35
Passing score: 28
Directions: This Oregon Knowledge test asks questions about road signs, traffic laws, and other information a driver needs to know. The Oregon Driver’s manuel includes all the information necessary to pass this test. It is a multiple-choice test with 35 questions. All tests are closed book. To receive a passing test score of 80%, you must correctly answer 28 questions.

There is a mandatory waiting period after each failed testing attempt for all knowledge tests. If you fail your first, second, or third knowledge test attempt, you have to wait until at least the next day to try again. If you fail a fourth or subsequent attempt, you must wait at least 28 days before taking the test again.
You have made error so far
Passing grade —
7 or fewer errors
A good rule to remember for passing is:
Pass on the right whenever possible.
Drive with the flow of traffic and pass only as needed.
Try to get to the front of any slow-moving traffic so that you can see better.
Always flash your lights and sound your horn to alert other drivers to your intentions.
The correct way to use a freeway exit ramp is to:
Slow down before entering the exit ramp.
Slow down once moving onto the exit ramp.
Keep your speed constant once in the exit ramp.
Pass slower traffic in the exit ramp.
At an intersection with a yield sign, you should:
Always stop before entering the intersection.
Yield just to the traffic on the right.
Yield just to the traffic on the left.
Slow down and yield the right-of-way to other traffic.
An octagonal sign is always a:
Speed limit sign.
Stop sign.
Hospital sign.
Railroad warning sign.
When passing another vehicle on a road with two lanes traveling in opposite directions, you should:
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.
Drive in either lane.
Before passing another vehicle, you should signal:
Just before changing lanes.
At any time.
After changing lanes.
Early enough for others to know your plans.
Your blind spot is the area of the road:
You cannot see without moving your head.
Directly behind your vehicle.
You see in your rearview mirror.
You see in your side mirror.
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