Whether you're preparing to take your DMV Permit test for the first time, or you have taken it several times only to fail the theory, Driver's Ed Lite is an app that will help you study for your test from the convenience of your iPhone or iPad.
This is a free app available for download from the Education category of the App store, but note that it's a “Lite” version, so you can try out the interface and user experience to get a sample of the app. The full version is available for just $2.99, and when you consider the expense of having to reapply for the test over and over, you'll find that the full version might be worth your while if it truly helps you ace your test.
The Driver's Ed Lite app takes up a good 211 MB so you might have to clean up the clutter off your iPhone or iPad prior to installing it. Study, Tips & Tricks, Practice, and Mock Tests are the four options available on the main menu of this app.
The user interface is highly interactive and requires little input from the user most of the time. There are plenty of gesture-based controls available in this app. Users can go to the Study section to read the driver manual specific to their state. This is available in both landscape and portrait modes for ease of use.
Alternatively, users can also study the laws by topic, namely Accidents, Alertness, Attitude, Documents, Hazard Awareness, Motorway Rules, Other Types of Vehicle, and Road & Traffic Signs.
Practice Makes Perfect
The Practice section contains questions related to each of the topics listed above. This free version of the app contains just 40 questions to give users a taste of the whopping 525 questions jam-packed into the full version.
When you feel you're ready to take on the test, you can use the Mock Test section, where you'll be presented with a simulation of the actual test where questions are randomized. When you're done with the test, you'll be given a rundown of your performance, including the duration of your tests, your score, incorrect and correct answers, along with explanations for each of the questions.
Users who take multiple practice tests will also get access to a bar chart that enables them to zero in on the areas in which they need improvement.
Contains 40 questions relating to the various law topics
Contains the driver's handbook and guide for each of the states for increased accuracy
Enables users to take mock tests based on the actual test with randomized question selections
Users can see their scores, test duration, correct and incorrect answers, and explanations for each of the answers at the end of the test
There is nothing negative to say about this app
Prepare using mock tests
If you are looking to pass your DMV permit test on the first go or require a tool to help you finally pass the test after several attempts, then you should definitely check out Driver's Ed Lite on your iPhone or iPad.