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Wisconsin driver's examination

Number of tests: 24
Number of questions: 50
Passing score: 40
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 Wisconsin traffic laws. Knowledge tests administered at most Division of Motor Vehicles service centers are given on a computerized system.

The Knowledge tests include 50 multiple choice questions

If you answer at least 40 questions correctly from the sample tests provided here AND you have thoroughly read the "Wisconsin 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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1.
When the road is marked with a solid yellow line and a broken yellow line, with the broken line next to your lane, you may pass:
Only in an emergency.
If you are on an expressway.
If traffic is clear.
Only at an intersection.
2.
Distracted driving is:
Very uncommon.
Extremely risky behavior.
Nothing to be concerned about.
No less safe than driving under any other conditions.
3.
When a car with bright headlights drives toward you at night, you should:
Stop until the other driver passes.
Look below their headlights.
Glance toward the right edge of your lane.
4.
This sign means:
indiana sharp turn slow down road sign
Sharp turn ahead, slow down.
Work crew ahead.
Side road.
Playground ahead.
5.
This road sign means:
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Bicycle crossing.
Stop only if other cars are approaching.
Bicycle store.
Soft shoulders.
6.
Changing from one lane to another is best done:
Quickly and often.
When a car is in your blind spot.
Gradually and carefully.
7.
If worried, nervous, angry, or crying, a driver:
Will drive no differently than they would if they were thinking more clearly.
Can drive faster because they are more in touch with their senses.
Should take the time to focus on driving before starting the engine.
Should call a friend to vent while driving.
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