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DMV Test Tips

DMV Test day is upon you. The moment of truth is here. To be driving, or not to be driving, that is the gut wrenching question. Earning a learner's permit or a driver's license can truly be a daunting experience. Let's face it - a trip to the DMV can rattle the coolest of customers.

Let's face it - a trip to the DMV can rattle the coolest of customers.

The reality of succeeding on test day at the DMV is this: you can do it! All it takes is a little preparation, lots of hard work, and few DMV Test Tips from your friends at DriversEdApp.com.

Get Your Mind and Body Right

One of the most overlooked areas of test success, whether at the DMV or not, is mental and physical preparation. What do we mean by that? It's quite simple, really. You can actually boost your test scores if you get plenty of rest, eat healthy, and visualize success. Think about it, would you rather walk into the DMV on an empty stomach, fatigued, and thinking about how nervous you are? Of course not, you want to walk into the DMV nourished, alert, and ready to pass.

DMV Test Preparation Do's:

You can actually boost your test scores if you get plenty of rest, eat healthy, and visualize success.
  • Go to bed early the night before your test day.
  • Eat a light, fresh breakfast to give you healthy energy.
  • Visualize yourself walking out of the DMV with that permit or license in hand.

Practice Till the Cows Come Home

Who hasn't heard the worn-out motto "Practice makes perfect". It's worn out for a reason... practice really does make perfect, or at least in the case of passing your DMV test, practice gets you close enough to perfection in order to pass.

Consider two hypothetical teens, Bobby and Daryl, about to take their permit tests at the DMV. The night before his test, Bobby reads half of the DMV handbook and calls it a night. Daryl, on the other hand, spends 2 weeks preparing for his test. Not only does Daryl read the entire DMV handbook twice, he also takes 50 DMV practice tests and completes an online drivers ed course. Now you tell us, who has a better chance of going home with a permit or license?

DMV Test Practice Do's:

The night before his test, Bobby reads half of the DMV handbook and calls it a night.
  • Read the DMV handbook, and then read it again.
  • Take as many practice DMV tests as you can get your hands on.
  • Complete a thorough and educational online drivers ed program.

Move Over Baby Boomers

Ever wonder why there is always "an app for that"? Might have something to do with the insane rate at which Apple spits out iPhones and the corresponding huge demand for mobile apps.

In one 3 month period, Apple moved over 37 million iPhones... that's more iPhones delivered per day than babies, worldwide! Forget the baby boom, looks like the App boom has officially taken over.

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