Drivers Ed APK: US Driving Test 2.9 (Android App)

Studying for a license test in the United States? Driver Ed provides the most advanced testing system for your device. With this app you will progress faster than with any other traditional method, because you can take the test wherever and whenever you want without connection: at the bus station bus, bar, in the classroom, at work or at the dentist’s waiting room…!

The application is divided into the following sections:

The mock test simulates the actual test. When you complete the test, you will see your score and review all the questions.

Test your knowledge by practicing on topics. Choose one or more topics to practice on.

You can download your state’s Driver’s Manual to your device at any time! After the first download, the manual is saved on your device, so you don’t have to wait for it to download again. The manual is the official publication of the DMV.

The application saves the result of each question answered and the failure and success history to give the most advanced system of all statistics. In this section, you can see two types of charts:
– Graphical simulation test: Show your progress on the number of failures you have made in test simulation.
– Thematic graphics: Displays a bar chart with the percentage completed for each category.

+ Download your state’s Driver’s Manual so you can read and study at any time.
+ Intelligent learning system: Questions are selected using an algorithm that takes into account your latest score and questions that you need more practice on.
+ Track and monitor your progress. Analyze your performance and find out when you have met the test standard.
+ Directly from the app you can share your successes on Facebook.
+ Modern interface and very easy to use.

Note: DMV (Department of Motor Vehicles) is also known as BMV, DDS, DOL, DOT, DPS, DVS, HSMV, MVD, MVDL, MVS, OMV and RMV.

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