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Victoria Road Rules Test 4

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You should never enter an intersection unless...?

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If you are dazzled by someone else's high beam headlights, what should you do?

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You should try and avoid driving if you have been awake for more than...?

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When you are going straight on at a roundabout, how should you signal?

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Going up a one-way street and intending to turn right, how should you position yourself?

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Preparing for a three point turn, you should...?

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In a 60 km/h zone, if you want to change lanes you should signal for a distance of at least...?

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What percentage of crashes that don't involve another vehicle involve excess speed?

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External mirrors should be adjusted so that...?

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A learner driver must display L plates that can be visible from what distance?

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In a no parking area you will be considered to have parked if you move more than what distance from your vehicle?

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On a multilane road with a median strip, you must make U-turns from...?

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If you change your name, you must notify VicRoads within what time frame?

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When passing a stationary or slow-moving emergency vehicle using its siren or flashing lights, you must not exceed what speed?

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For a second offence of driving suspended, unlicenced, or while disqualified, imprisonment is mandatory, up to...?

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If you are driving a car with ABS, in an emergency stop you should...?

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When following a long vehicle, you should always try and be in a position where you can see...?

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Provided they are not over the legal limit, a learner or probationary driver may have an alcoholic drink when driving...?

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If you are driving with a passenger aged over 16 who is not wearing a seatbelt, who will be fined?

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When you are joining a freeway, you should aim to do it...?

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In a 60 km/h zone, if you go 5 km/h over the speed limit your risk of crashing is...?

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When you park your car parallel to the kerb, you must leave at least how much space to the vehicles in front and/or behind?

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You are driving at 65 km/h in dry conditions when a child runs into the road 45 m ahead. What speed will you be going when/if you hit them?

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How long does a learner permit last?

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Which of these is the only acceptable reason for moving a casualty?

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Common Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

Even with an array of practice, some errors are common – but they’re avoidable with the right awareness and techniques.

Misinterpreting Questions

Haste can lead to skimming, and that’s where errors creep in. Slow down and read each question as if it’s the first time you’ve encountered it.

Rushing Through the Test

Rushing can lead to sloppy mistakes that could have been easily avoided. Remember that it’s a marathon, not a sprint.

Not Utilizing Practice Tests

The most detrimental mistake is not making use of practice tests at all. They are your best chance at passing the Victoria Learners Test.

Overlooking Question Types

Different question types require different strategies. For example, multiple-choice questions benefit from the process of elimination, while true/false questions demand a clear understanding of facts. Overlooking the strategies associated with different question formats can reduce your chances of success. Develop a customized approach for each type of question you’ll encounter on the test to improve your accuracy and efficiency.

Underestimating the Importance of Rest

Frequently, test-takers spend the night before a test cramming, which can be counterproductive. A well-rested mind performs considerably better than a sleepy one. Ensure you get adequate rest the night before the test to wake up refreshed and mentally alert for the challenge.

By being aware of these pitfalls and preparing accordingly, you optimize your test performance and hone a mindful approach to learning that will serve you well in all endeavors.

Staying positive and maintaining confidence is just as crucial as the study material itself. Remember that each hour you’ve invested in preparation brings you closer to your goal. Remember, the effort you put in now is not just for the test but also for building the discipline and knowledge that will benefit you beyond this moment. Stay focused, believe in your abilities, and tackle the test with the assurance that you have done everything possible to prepare. Success is not just about getting the right answers; it’s about the journey of learning and growing along the way.