What are Some TopicsI might be Tested on?
- Seatbelts and seatbelt use
- Traffic lights and signs
- Emergency vehicles
- Speed lmits
- The demerit point system
- Colling the road with road users
- General rules of the road
Are all knowledge tests the same?
No, each test is specially created by the Ministry of Transportation.
Do I need an appointment to take my knowledge test?
Unless you require a verbal knowledge test, no. You can walk into any DriveTest center
to write your knowledge test.
Is the Knowledge test only in English?
No! You can take the knowledge test in 27 different languages! Including Arabic, Cree,
French, German, Greek, Hindi, Italian, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Punjabi, Spanish, Ojibway, and more!
What is the format of the knowledge test?
All knowledge tests are split into 2 sections with 20 multiple choice questions per
section for a total of 40 multiple choice questions.
Are knowledge tests timed?
No, Knowledge tests are not timed, meaning you can take as much time as you need to be
successful. It’s important to note however, that all tests are proctored to prevent cheating. Meaning you
will be observed while you are taking your test to
ensure you are taking your test independently.
How long do I have to wait to know if I passed?
On the day you complete your knowledge test you will also receive your results.
Therefore, you don’t have to anxiously await your results. You will know instantly whether you have been
successful and passed.
What is the passing grade?
You must score at least 80% to pass.
What happens if I’m unsuccessful at my first knowledge test attempt?
If you are unsuccessful on your first attempt of the knowledge test, you can pay $16 to
reattempt the test. This fee must be paid at the time of application.