driving license exam – type of questions ?

SUSANTHA . Posted in Politics & Government 21267 4 Comments

I am planning to sit for Driving license exam for the first time and I would like to know What kind of questions are asked in the driving license exams. (Pl provide answers in Sinhala).

4 thoughts on “driving license exam – type of questions ?”

  1. Samson says:

    Now Sri Lanka driving license is a two stage process. There is a written test and a practical test. To do the practical test one has to be over 18 year old. Written test can be done at the age of 17 but have to wait until 18 year old.

    The written test usually contain regular driving license rules. It includes the knowledge of the road signs and signals. This is usually not a tough exam and reading the instruction booklet issued by motor traffic department will be needed.

    It is always better to get the help of the driving instructor even though Sri lankan driving training is much more below the standards in a western country.

    So as a first step try to get the Road signals and signs book issued by the Motor Traffic department and prepare. It is not a hard exam. Be cool ! Good Luck !

  2. Krishantha says:

    I did the exam long time back in Sri Lanka ( in 1994) and later after migrating to Canada I did it few years back. There are many similarities in the written exam and hope following link from Canadian driving test preparation site will give you some idea.

    apnatoronto.com/ontario-g1-test

  3. mousook aseem says:

    plz send me accounting,economic,business,git in tamil with english past papars and answers 2010-2014

  4. Ifras Mohamad says:

    Paper in English

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