The Learner Permit Knowledge Test is a 32 question multiple-choice test. Each question provides 3 options to choose from and requires you to choose the most correct. The test covers all content in the Road to Solo Driving handbook.
The pass mark for the test is 78%. This means you must answer 25 of the 32 questions correctly to pass and be issued with a learner permit. If you get 8 or more questions wrong, you will fail the test.
The questions in the practice tests (and presumably the real test) are broken down as follows:
- Rules and Responsibilities = 23 questions
- Managing Risk = 5 questions
- Learning to Drive = 3 questions
- The Challenges of Driving = 1 question
You should use this as a guide when revising the Road to Solo Driving content.
For administrative details including fees and booking information, refer to the VicRoads website to ensure you access the most up-to-date and accurate information.
Check out the other resources available to help you pass the Learner Permit Knowledge Test and get your learner permit (L plates):
For comprehensive information on the learner permit and Learner Permit Knowledge Test, please refer to the VicRoads website. The above information is a summary of this content and although current when published may now be outdated. To ensure you are accessing the most current and accurate information, use the VicRoads website or visit your nearest VicRoads Customer Service Centre.