Washington driver's examination

Number of tests: 9
Number of questions: 25
Passing score: 20
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
Drivers entering an intersection to turn left:
Must wait for the green arrow before turning left.
Can wait in the intersection until they can turn left.
Must not enter an intersection unless they can get through it without having to stop.
Can wait in the intersection until the light turns yellow before turning left.
Before you change directions, you must keep your turn signals on for at least:
100 feet.
75 feet.
125 feet.
50 feet.
On a road with 2 lanes traveling in opposite directions, slow-moving vehicles should pull over when safe to let others pass if:
The road is posted with slow moving vehicle signs.
5 or more vehicles form a line behind you and it’s unsafe for them to pass.
1 vehicle is behind you.
2 or more vehicles form a line behind you and it’s unsafe for them to pass.
On slippery roads, you should:
Not drive faster than 20 mph.
Slow down.
Go faster.
Go the speed limit, with caution.
To change lanes you should:
Signal, check your mirrors, check your blind spot in the direction you plan to move, and change lanes.
Signal and change lanes.
Signal, check your mirrors, and change lanes.
Check your mirrors, signal, and change lanes.
The most important thing to remember in backing a car is to:
Keep one foot on the brake while backing.
Use the rearview mirror only while backing.
Look back carefully and yield to other vehicles and pedestrians.
Keep both hands on the steering wheel.
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