What you will learn in this course:
99% Increase your chances Of passing Licensure exams.(increase your odds of success).
Take the written test with the confidence you have in order to pass the exam.
Quick and easy study guides and online practice tests. pass the first time. access on any device.
We have created tests to help you. Our practice tests resemble the official tests, so you know what to expect.
This course is divided up into six sections, First section has 20 questions, the Second section has 20 questions, Section Three has 22 questions, the Fourth section has 24 questions, the Fifth section has 20 questions, the Sixth question has 80 questions as well to help you practice and we have study materials. Some of the lessons will cover the practice questions that you have to perform on the test. Other lessons will cover the sign lessons that increase your chances of passing.
The written test will cover include
If you are wondering what signs are on the Illinois driving test, or which road rules will be addressed during the rules of the road test, you are in the right place
Who this course is for:
· People who needs to pass the written test to get their driver's license
· Children under 18 (Minors as young as 16 years old are legally allowed to drive with the right permits and guidance)
· People started moving here (Illinois)
· People who had a license and lost it and need to take the written exam to pass
This course is for anyone who needs to take a written test in order to get their driver’s license. It is based in Illinois state, but the concepts are applicable nationwide.
What’s in this course?
185+ test Questions & Answers given to prepare to pass the exam.
This is a test prep course. This course will help you pass the written test to get your driver’s license. I want you to walk into your written test with the knowledge of what you’ll need to do in order to pass.
You will learn:
With a study tool as effective as this 2021 DMV practice test in your arsenal. You could be ready to take the real Illinois drivers test within a matter of days
Exactly what you need to do to improve on the written test
The words you will hear on the written test
What to do and what not to do on each question on the test
About the written test that will increase your chances of passing
How to fix your mistakes on the written test and improve your best
The big mistakes that you make on the written test
Pass the DMV test on the first try
1. Go online and find yourself a practice test to gauge where you are at. ...
3. Find yourself a study guide!!!
4. Study, study, study!!!
5. Re-take the practice test!!!
The official Illinois DMV written test consists of 35 questions. To pass the test, you'll need to answer at least 28 of them correctly as the passing score is 80%.
hat You Should Know
Number of questions on the exam: Traffic signs: 15
Traffic laws and safe driving: 20
Passing score: 80 percent
Correct answers to pass: 28
The allotted time to complete test: No limit
Wait time before retest: 1 day
About this Practice Test
The number of questions on each practice test varies: Traffic rules and Question pool: 185+ and each test is random.
Other important information:
Before you prove your skills on the road when getting your driver’s license, you need to take the written portion of the Illinois Driving Exam — 35 questions that will test the knowledge you’ve obtained from driver education courses. The questions range from identifying road signs and basic rules of the road to understanding your vehicle’s functions and how to safely operate it under various adverse conditions.
In order to pass the exam, you need to get at least 80% of the questions correct (that’s 28 of them). Whether you’ve recently finished driver education or are just renewing your Illinois license, here are some tips to help you prepare, and eventually ace the written portion of the Illinois driving exam.
Documentation Requirements for the Written Illinois Driving Exam:
Before you start studying, you need to make sure that you have all the necessary documentation to apply for a First-Time Standard Issued Illinois Driver’s License.
Here is what you will need to bring with you to the DMV:
Proof of date of birth (example, certified birth certificate or valid U.S. passport)
Proof of Social Security number (example, Social Security card or pay stub)
Proof of residency (one document) (example, bank statement, or electric or gas bill)
Proof of signature
Unacceptable forms of ID include, but are not limited to:
Club/Fraternal membership cards
Hunting or fishing licenses
Illinois concealed carry cards
Vehicle registration documents
If you are unsure about any of the documents listed above, the detailed list of official Illinois Secretary of State document requirements can be found here.
What to Expect on the Written Illinois Driving Exam:
The written exam requires driver’s license applicants to:
Identify traffic signals by shape, color, or symbol
Identify signals and pavement markings
Answer multiple-choice and true-or-false questions about traffic laws, safety rules, crash prevention and vehicle equipment.
The written exam contains 35 questions, 20 of which will either be multiple choice or true-false questions. The remaining questions will address traffic sign identification. In order to pass the exam, you have to receive a score of 80%, answering 28 out of the 35 questions correctly.
Don’t worry if you don’t pass on your first try! The written exam can be taken three times within one year from the date the application fee is paid.
There are plenty of resources available to prepare you for the Illinois written driving exam. To begin learning the rules of the road and prepare for your written exam, check out the Illinois 2021 Rules of the Road.