And make sure you study up on the drunk driving statistics, there were at least 3 questions on there with drunk driving! Many people I know only studied the DMV handbook, and they failed the first time (one even failed twice). They are an accurate representation of what is on the real test.
If you can get a hold of the material in the practice tests, you should be able to pass easily.
""Used this site a few days before my test, and passes first try with 22/25 in about 10 minutes.
This site really helps and most questions on the permit test were just like what this site has. Every practice that I took was on the Test at the DMV here in NC. Practice and you will be so successful on your first time taking the real test at the DMV.
Thank you.""I went to take the permit test today, I was shaking and I was SO NERVOUS.
I took all the tests until I could make a 100 every time, and I studied these tests for more than 3 hours!
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I studied this site constantly, making note-page after note-page, and passed my test this morning (6-28-13) with flying colors. Thanks so much to the creators of this website, it helped incredibly! I studied the book 5 times and then took all the tests over and over till i made 100.
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