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Before getting your learner driver's licence (Class 7 Licence) in Alberta, you will need to take a knowledge exam that tests your knowledge of Alberta’s traffic laws. The official 30-question multiple-choice test can be taken at any registry agent office (no appointment is required) and costs $17. The test will be completed on a computer and you are expected to complete it within 60 minutes. You must score a minimum of 25 questions to pass. If you fail the knowledge test, you'll need to wait 24h before you are allowed to retake it. Once you've successfully passed the knowledge exam and the vision test, you'll have to pay an additional fee to purchase your actual Class 7 learner’s licence card.
These driving practice tests have been updated for March 2024 and will help you prepare for the real thing from the comfort of your home. Once you've passed the knowledge exam, you'll be ready for the final step: your Alberta road test.
AB driver's licence
Before getting your learner driver's licence (Class 7 Licence) in Alberta, you will need to take a knowledge exam that tests your knowledge of Alberta’s traffic laws. The official 30-question multiple-choice test can be taken at any registry agent office (no appointment is required) and costs $17. The test will be completed on a computer and you are expected to complete it within 60 minutes. You must score a minimum of 25 questions to pass. If you fail the knowledge test, you'll need to wait 24h before you are allowed to retake it. Once you've successfully passed the knowledge exam and the vision test, you'll have to pay an additional fee to purchase your actual Class 7 learner’s licence card.
These driving practice tests have been updated for March 2024 and will help you prepare for the real thing from the comfort of your home. Once you've passed the knowledge exam, you'll be ready for the final step: your Alberta road test.
AB driver's licence
Before getting your learner driver's licence (Class 7 Licence) in Alberta, you will need to take a knowledge exam that tests your knowledge of Alberta’s traffic laws. The official 30-question multiple-choice test can be taken at any registry agent office (no appointment is required) and costs $17. The test will be completed on a computer and you are expected to complete it within 60 minutes. You must score a minimum of 25 questions to pass. If you fail the knowledge test, you'll need to wait 24h before you are allowed to retake it. Once you've successfully passed the knowledge exam and the vision test, you'll have to pay an additional fee to purchase your actual Class 7 learner’s licence card.
These driving practice tests have been updated for March 2024 and will help you prepare for the real thing from the comfort of your home. Once you've passed the knowledge exam, you'll be ready for the final step: your Alberta road test.
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