Before you can get your learner's licence, you have to take a knowledge test.
The knowledge test is based on the safe-driving guide, Learn to Drive Smart. There are 50 multiple-choice questions on the test. To pass, you need to correctly answer at least 40.
The best way to prepare for the knowledge test is to
When you come in for your test, you must bring:
Your parent or a legal guardian must give consent for your application.
This video (1 min. 14 sec.) gives you a good idea of what to expect :
Great! Just go to a driver licensing office and come in as early as you can to give yourself enough time to take the knowledge test. Depending on customer demand on any given day, we may not be able to accommodate all knowledge test requests at the end of the day.
Driver licensing offices that don't offer testing are listed in the search results of our office locator.
You don't need an appointment first, unless you're taking the test at:
To book a test appointment at these locations, please contact the driver licensing office directly.
After meeting all application requirements, you'll get a Class 7 learner’s and enter the learner (L) stage of graduated licensing.
The knowledge test is also available in these languages:
If you have children
Sorry, kids aren't allowed in the testing area and can't be left unattended.