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A free NB driver’s practice test has been created, containing 40 multiple choice questions that are based on the official New Brunswick driver’s handbook. Each question has 4 answers, but only one of them is considered the best choice. In order to pass the practice test, as well as the official New Brunswick driving test, a minimum score of 32 out of 40 questions is required. If any doubts arise, the option of ‘Hint’ can be utilized. If further assistance is needed, a guess can be made and immediate feedback will be given. If the answer is correct, the next question will be presented. If a mistake is made, the correct answer will be displayed.
The New Brunswick driving written test is a requirement for individuals seeking to obtain a driver’s license in the province. The test is administered by the Department of Transportation and is designed to assess the knowledge and understanding of traffic laws and regulations, as well as the ability to safely operate a vehicle.
The test is composed of multiple-choice questions that cover a variety of topics, including traffic signs, signals, and road markings, as well as the rules of the road and defensive driving techniques. The test is also designed to assess the ability to recognize and react to potential hazards on the road.
In order to take the test, individuals must first complete a driver education course and obtain a learner’s permit. This permit allows the individual to practice driving under the supervision of a licensed driver, and must be held for a minimum of six months before the written test can be taken.
Upon passing the written test, individuals must then complete a road test to demonstrate their ability to safely operate a vehicle. This test includes both a pre-drive check of the vehicle and a driving test on the road. The road test is typically administered by a trained examiner who will evaluate the individual’s ability to control the vehicle, obey traffic laws, and react to potential hazards.
It is important to note that individuals who fail the written or road test may be required to retake the test at a later date. Additionally, individuals who fail the road test may be required to complete additional driver education or training before being allowed to retake the test.
What to anticipate on the NB exam itself:
- 40 questions
- 16+16 correct answers to pass
- 80% passing score
- Minimum age to apply: 16
The New Brunswick Learner’s Permit is ideal.
- New Brunswick Learner’s Permit
- New Brunswick Driver’s License
- NB Senior Citizens’ Refresher Test
- NB Driver’s License Renewal.