Practice questions and tests for the DMV written test are found at DMV.org, USDriving.net and NewDriver.com. Besides completing practice questions, driver's test manuals are available through the DMV to study information that may be asked on the test.
DMV.org provides a free seven-question test used to gauge how much additional practice a test-taker may need. Each of the seven questions has answers that seem very similar to the others, which is what a test-taker sees on the actual test, notes the DMV. The DMV also offers 100-question tests, 50-question tests and a 50-question cheat sheet for prices ranging from $10 to $15, as of 2015.
On NewDriver.com, there are 162 practice questions that a test-taker can answer in three different formats. Users can practice the questions without seeing the answers, click to highlight individual answers or see all of the answers highlighted. The site claims that its questions cover 90 percent of the material seen on the DMV written test. A test-taker can try the test multiple times as the questions are scrambled upon refreshing the page.
The practice test on USDriving.net allows users to choose how many sample questions, ranging from 10 to 400, they want to answer. The questions are based on the DMV's driver's manual, and the correct answer is immediately provided after each question is answered.