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Use practice driving test questions to identify gaps in you knowledge, not as a measure of your ability. After taking the test, and determining which questions you got wrong, go to the driver's manual and look up the specific topics that you need to research and better understand.
Do not read the driver's manual cover-to-cover. These driving manuals are technical, terse and quite frankly "boring as sawdust."
Most driving tests in this is day-and-age are going to be computer based. Only in remote areas are driving exams to earn your learners are these tests going to be paper based. All the questions will be multiple choice.
When taking a multiple-choice test, read the question carefully and identify the keywords. After identifying the keywords, read all the choices carefully. Too often, students will pick the first answer thinking it is right, when in fact there is a better choice farther down the list.
And like driving, practice, practice, practice taking multiple-choice exams. The internet has many practice sites, and these questions will help you prepare.
Use the practice test questions as a tool to identify gaps in your knowledge and learn the language of driving. When undertaking the test, ensure that you read the questions carefully, identify keywords, and read all the questions before making a selection.
Good luck on your road test.
Finally, "pick the best answer; not necessarily the right answer."