If I fail my first written test, when can I take a second test?
Q) I am International Liaison Officer at Fort Leavenworth. As far as I know, I can get a driver’s license if I pass a Knowledge test.(I have own my driver’s license of my country). Do I have to make a reservation for written test in person? Or Don’t I need to do it for my test? Can I take a knowledge test whenever I want to? Plus If I fail my first written test, when can I take a second test? and is there any limitation for a test like time, interval something like that? Thanks
A) As an International Liaison Officer at Fort Leavenworth, you should be able to obtain a driver’s license in the state of Kansas, provided that you meet the eligibility requirements and pass the required tests.
To answer your questions:
- It’s advisable to make an appointment for the written test in person, as this can help you avoid long wait times and ensure that you are able to take the test at a time that is convenient for you. You can typically schedule an appointment for the test online or by calling the local DMV office.
- The availability of knowledge tests can vary depending on the location and demand. It’s best to check with the local DMV office to determine when and where you can take the test.
- If you fail your first written test, you can typically retake it after a specified waiting period, which may vary by state. In Kansas, you can retake the written test the next business day after your first attempt.
- There may be time limits or other restrictions on how many times you can retake the written test, as well as the length of time between retakes. These restrictions can vary by state, so it’s best to check with the local DMV office to determine the specific rules that apply in your location.
Overall, the best course of action is to check with the local DMV office to obtain the most accurate and up-to-date information regarding the driver’s license test requirements and procedures in Kansas.