Minnesota Free Practice Tests

Cover of Minnesota Driver's Manual

Cover of Minnesota Driver's Manual
At licenseroute.com you will find a complete coverage of the Minnesota Driver’s Manual. There are more than 500 questions to help you prepare for your final written knowledge test. All are free. No sign-up, no gimmicks, and no hassle. Just click and go.

You can take a free practice test over and over again. New questions are randomly pulled from our database.

We want you to get your driver’s license as quickly and smoothly as possible. The first step is always to read the Minnesota Driver’s Manual. All questions on your knowledge test are from the manual. Do not skip this step.

You can take the knowledge test at driver examination stations located throughout the state. The knowledge test contains multiple choice and true or false questions. (Do not expect too many true or false questions.)

Multiple choice tests are based on your ability to recognize the right answer from a range of alternatives. Unfortunately, it also encourage superficial recall instead of real knowledge. You can easily be tricked by this. In any test situation, it is vital to read and understand each question and the various answers to it.

At exam stations where the test is offered on a computer, you can take the test in English or one of several other languages. Our tests are, however, in English only.

Headphones are available, on request, to allow you to hear the questions as you read them. You may take only one knowledge test per day.

On our tests, as well as the real knowledge test, you must reach a score of 80 percent to pass.

You must show proper identification before you will be permitted to take the test. If you are under 18 years of age, you must present a certificate of enrollment from an approved driver education course showing that you have completed the classroom portion of the course and have enrolled in behind-the-wheel training. Classroom instruction is not required if you are 18 years of age or older.

If you fail two consecutive knowledge tests, you will be charged a fee of $10 to take a third test and any subsequent knowledge test.

But do not worry, if you have taken 10 tests or so on this site and reached a score higher than 80 percent, you will pass your knowledge test the first time.

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