Where can I get a written test study guide to pass my drivers license test?

Your state should have a drivers manual or handbook to help guide you through the rules of the road. Some states also have an DMV test study guide; for instance, Maine has the “Maine Exam Manual” and Michigan has the “What Every Driver Should Know” handbook. These types of handbooks are designed to help you study for the drivers test, taking some material from the official rule books and breaking it down into pieces for you.

In addition, you should get some practice tests to help you become familiar with the test format and see whether you’re ready to take the real drivers test. States sometimes offer a free online written test study guide. For example, New York state breaks its drivers manual down into sections, then has questions at the end of each section. Other states, like California, offer several 10-question sample tests.

The rule of thumb is, the more practice tests you take, the better you’ll score on the real exam and the faster you’ll get your drivers license. So now, while you have the time, get some multiple-choice drivers license practice tests and test yourself for a half hour a day until exam day. 

If your state DMV does not provide practice tests, you can also buy them from a practice test company. These companies write material based on the drivers manual, just like the DMV does, so your test will be very similar to the one given by the DMV.

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