Permit Practice Tests (360 questions)
01Q 1-40Permit Test 180% needed to pass; 8 mistakes allowed
02Q 41-80Permit Test 280% needed to pass; 8 mistakes allowed
03Q 81-120Permit Test 380% needed to pass; 8 mistakes allowed
04Q 121-160Permit Test 480% needed to pass; 8 mistakes allowed
05Q 161-210Road Signs Test80% needed to pass; 10 mistakes allowed
0625 random QDMV Test Simulator80% needed to pass; 5 mistakes allowed
07Q 211-360Mega Test80% needed to pass; 30 mistakes allowed
Connecticut Permit Test FAQ
Applying for Your CT Permit
When can I apply for a learner's permit in Connecticut?
Teens in Connecticut can apply for a Learner’s Permit when they are 16 years old.
What are the requirements to get my learner's permit?
To receive a Learner’s Permit Connecticut, you must pass a written knowledge test that covers basic vehicle safety and operation as well as the state’s traffic laws and signs.
How many questions are on the Connecticut permit test?
The test has a total of 25 questions.
How many questions must I answer correctly to pass?
You must answer at least 20 questions correctly to pass.
How should I prepare for the Connecticut permit test?
To ensure you receive your learner’s permit as fast as possible, we recommend that you study for the test. Taking online practice exams that include real sample questions from the state DMV Exam is one of the best ways to study. You can take a Connecticut practice permit test right now to test your driving knowledge.
Where do I take the Connecticut permit test?
In Connecticut, the Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) is in charge of licensing all drivers. Visit https://portal.ct.gov/dmv to find a location near you.
How much does the Connecticut permit test cost?
The testing fee is $40. If you pass, you will also have to pay an $18 permit fee.
What can I expect on test day?
You will need to visit the local DMV office with a parent or legal guardian. You will need to bring with you a certified copy of your birth certificate (or a valid US passport) and a second form of identification. During your visit, you will need to pass the written knowledge test and a vision test.
How to Get a Connecticut Driver’s License
As you get closer to driving age, it seems like time can’t pass fast enough. You are looking forward to having the freedom of going wherever you want, whenever you want. If you are tired of waiting, why not get started on the road toward a driver’s license. There are three steps to complete, starting with acquiring your learner’s permit.
Pass the Connecticut Permit Test
In order to be eligible for a learner’s permit, you must first pass the Connecticut written knowledge test. Taking, and passing, this test proves that you have learned traffic laws and road signs sufficiently to be able to drive a vehicle. This test is available to be taken at any Connecticut Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) office. You might think you already know the rules just by riding around with your parents – but you might want to think again. More than half of those taking the written test do not pass. Detailed preparation is the only way to be sure you are not another member of that group.
Prepare With Connecticut Permit Practice Tests
Think about a test you have recently taken in school that you did well on. What was your preparation? Likely you spent some time studying, and also did some practice questions to simulate the actual exam. Getting ready for the written permit test is no different. Our practice tests will give you an edge over just reading the material over and over.
Our CT permit practice tests include:
- The same type of questions you will face during the official exam
- Customized test questions for Connecticut residents
- Immediate feedback letting you know how you stand
- Access 24/7 from anywhere
- Unlimited test attempts
Study alone is just not sufficient preparation. Understanding how the questions will be presented and what types of materials you need to study can only be done through a practice test. Don’t put it off any longer – use our practice tests to get one big step closer to your learner’s permit.