The DMV practice exam seems short, are there more practice tests online?

Every state should offer assortment of practice exam questions in its drivers manual and/or on the state DMV Web site. However, you may feel like these questions don't provide enough material to help you review all of the content that will be on the drivers license test.

One good way to get more practice preparing for your drivers license test is to look at the DMV Web sites in other states. The general rules regarding safe driving procedures are the same regardless of where you live, so taking an online practice test on the California DMV Web site might be helpful even if you live in Georgia. Similar topics should be covered on each state's DMV practice exam, with the questions worded slightly differently.

There are also many third party Web sites offering DMV tests for various license classes. Some sites offer questions free of charge, while others assess a small fee for their services. However, if you live in a state that charges you for each test attempt, paying to gain access to extra practice tests may be the most cost-effective way to earn your drivers license.

As you're completing online practice tests, it's a good idea to make note of which questions you miss. When you're finished with the practice tests, go back and review the relevant portions of the drivers manual to make sure you understand this material. Then, have a friend or family member quiz you on these drivers test questions one final time.

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