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To obtain your learner's driver's licence, you will need to pass a knowledge test. You can take your knowledge test at most Alberta Registry Agent offices. The test is based on questions taken from this guide. You will be asked about safe driving practices, driving laws and road signs.
The test is 30 multiple choice questions and you must score a minimum of 25 correct responses out of 30 to pass the test. You will do the test on a computer.
When you pass the knowledge test you must take the knowledge test permit you purchased to do the test to a registry agent to ensure your driver's licence is updated. The knowledge test permit is not a driver's licence.
The Class 7 electronic driver knowledge test is available in the following 25 languages:
- Chinese (Simplified)
- Chinese (Traditional)
There is a fee for each knowledge test that you take, and you can take only one test per day.