To get your first driver’s license in Missouri you need to take a written knowledge test of 25 multiple-choice questions. You must correctly answer 20 questions (80 percent) to pass the test. All questions are based on the information in the Driver Guide.
You should read the Driver Guide carefully. Every piece of information is there for a reason. The more knowledge you have, the easier the written test will be.
After studying the Missouri Driver Guide, you should take several practice tests. At licenseroute.com they are free and you can take as many as you want. Each test consists of 25 questions, and you must correctly answer 20 questions to pass. It is, however, a good idea to make sure you reach a score of 90% or more. This will boost your confidence and help you to pass the real test the first time.
Our database consists of more than 500 questions, which will give you a great variety.
Try to answer a question with your own words before looking at the alternatives provided. In many cases, this will help you pick the correct alternative. The wording in our questions, as well as in the real written test, might not be exactly the same as in the Driver Guide. Which means that you shouldn’t rely on superficial recall of phrases from the guide instead of real knowledge.
Best driving practices seldom cover all driving situations that can occur. Do not read anything into a question that is not there. Reading too much into a question usually results in a wrong answer.
Take special note of negative phrasing. If a question contains the word not or false, it changes everything!