Pass Your Driver’s License Written Exams Easily

I had a friend who shared me his experiences when he took the exam for his driver’s license. According to my friend, the driver’s license exam is generally divided into to parts. The first part of the exam is the written examination and the second part is the hands-on exam where the examinee will drive a vehicle while being monitored by an examiner from the Land Transportation Agency. My friend said that the hands-on training is easy because driving a car around is easy because he already learned it well during his training in a driving school. The difficult part, according to my friend, is the written exams. He told me that he is not good on memorizing test and the fact that the driver’s license manual or the DMV Handbook is very thick. He also that he has other commitments like his work and his family that is why he can’t fully focus on reading the DMV Handbook.



My friend said that he passed the DMV written test because of “some help.” He said that there is a sort of a “cheat” that he used to pass the written exam. Actually, the “cheat” is not a really a “cheat” but a simple thing that he got from a program that helped him pass his DMV written text. He told me that he will tell what that “help” once decided to get my own driver’s license.

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17 comments:

  1. galing sigi share mo sa akin kung ano yon.Advantage nayon.

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  2. Cheat? Haha! Here in Malaysia, you can pass both the written and practical exam easily - just pay "under table" money to the examiners. LOL!!

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  3. But that was years ago, not sure if they still practise it now. I hope Philippines officials are not as corrupted! ; )

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  4. Btw, is the written paper objective questions with multiple choices like in Malaysia? : )

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  5. So have you gotten your driving license yet? : )

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  6. Ay! Bitin naman! hehehe! OO nga share mo ha.

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  7. Naks, may technique pala dun. Medyo mahirap nga daw yung written exam kasi ang daming sasauluhin. Sige share mo naman yung help na yan kasi I'm also planning to get my driver's license soon. hehe :)

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  8. Diamond & Anney

    Sige kuya at ate. I will sare it to you later. ^_^

    Foong

    No Foong. I don't have a driver's license. I want to have my own car first before getting a driver's license.

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  9. Lovely

    Oh, don't you worry. I will share the info to you kapag nalaman ko na. ^_^

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  10. I wonder if there is a secret to passing the written test in my country too?

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  11. STP

    I guess there is a secret in Malaysia too. ^_^

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  12. dunno how to drive sigh... dun have car... sobs... so definitely no Driver's License too hayst...

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  13. Bluedreamer

    Haha. Don't be blue Blue. You will have your own car and you can learn to drive in the future. Ikaw pa. Ang laki nang kinikita mo sa mga blogs mo eh.

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  14. I heard that the tagalog version of the lto exam is much easier than the english version.the questions are basically a test of common sense on the road.so you just have to analyze the questions intently before answering.and be aware of road signs its also included in the exam. good luck ya'll.

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  15. i passed the written and actual driving test without any help....

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