|Number of tests:||11|
|Number of questions:||25|
|Correct answers required to pass:||20|
In order to receive your Kansas learner’s permit or license, including a farm permit, you must pass a written exam based on the 2017 Kansas Driving Handbook. The exam will contain 25 multiple-choice questions and you must answer 20 correctly to pass the exam. You may receive a learner’s permit if you are 14 years of age or older. You may qualify for a restricted driver’s license at age 15 or older and a regular driver’s license if you are age 16 or older. You may qualify for a farm permit if you are between the ages of 14 or 16, work on a farm, and meet other requirements. For all of these types of permits and licenses, though, you will still need to pass a vision exam and the written exam, which will cover topics such as Kansas’ rules of the road, vehicle laws, driver safety, and more. The learner’s permit fee is $2, plus an $8 photo fee. The regular class C driver’s license fee is $20 for those under age 21 and $12 for those over age 21. Along with the fee, you must pay an $8 photo fee and $3 testing fee. This Kansas DMV practice test covers the same information as the real written exam and requires the same passing ratio.