4 study tips to pass the driving tests
- Learn from your Department of Transportation
The local MTO provides manuals to help new drivers learn the local driving laws. Obtain a manual (or download it online if available) and read it completely.
- It is important to choose a textbook from your local MTO because it will include all the laws governing road where you drive. Take notes, then revise these notes regularly.
- Read the manual two or more times before taking the test. It will be filled with information on laws and driving practices.
- Practice test
The local MTO may also provide an official practice test that future drivers can take to ensure they have mastered the information in the manual.
- Before taking the real test, practice at least the MTO test to make sure you’re ready for the real test.
- A practice test will help you make sure you know the material, but it will also help you get familiar with the test format.
- Start studying early
A lot of information is covered in the driving test, and much can not be learned quickly in the car with someone else.
- Do not try to stuff your skull the night before the test.
- Give yourself a few weeks to review the manuals and practice tests.
- This will allow you to store all the information and not to forget them after the test.
- Search online study guides
Countless online resources are available to help you get written driving tests.
- If you search the internet for study for test driving guides in your area, there is a good chance that you will find at least one.
Study guides distill the necessary information so you do not have to read and reread the manual. They might even include some important elements that you missed.