FREE Mississippi DPS Permit Practice Test 2019 | MS
In order to receive your Mississippi learner’s permit or driver’s license, you will need to meet certain requirements, such as passing a 30 multiple-choice question written knowledge test. The knowledge test is based on the latest information in the 2019 Mississippi Driver’s Manual, and you must answer at least 24 questions correctly to receive the necessary 80% passing score. You may apply for a learner’s permit if you are 14 years or older and meet other qualifications, such as passing a vision test and providing your birth certificate, social security card, proof of school enrollment, notarized signatures of your parents or guardians, and if you are under 15, a driver education form (DE-7). If you are an applicant who is 15 or 16 years old, you are not required to provide form DE-7, but you will have to hold onto your permit for a minimum of six months before you can take your road skills test. If you are a 17-year-old applicant, you can take your road skills test immediately after passing the written knowledge test. This Mississippi DMV practice test has the same format of questions and is based on the same information from the MS Driver’s Manual as the real exam, to help you be as prepared as possible.