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.
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Passing grade —
5 or fewer errors
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1.
At an intersection with a roundabout island (traffic circle):
Enter at any time, whether there is other traffic or pedestrians or not.
Always drive around the circle to the right.
Stop in the intersection to yield to traffic on the right.
You can drive to the left of the roundabout when turning left.
2.
At an intersection, a signal showing a green arrow and a red light means:
All traffic must turn in the direction of the arrow.
Stop, even if turning in the direction of the green arrow.
Stop, then proceed straight through the intersection.
You can safely turn in the direction of the arrow.
3.
This sign means:
Yield the right-of-way.
Expect a traffic signal ahead.
Watch for people working on or near the roadway.
Warning, road ends.
4.
When there’s a shared center lane, you can:
Drive in this lane to pass.
Drive in this lane as far as necessary, as long as you’re turning left.
Drive in this lane if you travel not more than 300 feet.
Use this lane as a driving lane during rush hour.
5.
At an uncontrolled intersection, you must:
Slow down and yield to any vehicle in the intersection and to those coming from the right.
Wait for the other traffic to signal you to go.
Speed up and clear the intersection quickly.
Take the right of way cautiously.
6.
A driver should be extra alert for motorcyclists, bicycles, and pedestrians because:
They have the right-of-way.
They don’t have a rearview mirror.
They obey different traffic laws.
They’re hard to see in traffic.
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