Free Nova Scotia Learners Test Practice Series

Use our free Nova Scotia learners test practice sets to help you study for your NS learner's (Class 7) driver's licence. Get a deeper comprehension of Nova Scotia's road signs and the rules of the road for a lifetime of safer driving.

Free Nova Scotia Class 7 Practice Test Sets & Practice Exams

These free Nova Scotia learners test practice sets, and practice exams, have been meticulously put together to help new drivers study for the official Class 7 Nova Scotia driver's license test. They've been put together using the Nova Scotia Drivers Handbook, and the Amendments to the Driver’s Handbook as source material. Our Nova Scotia learners test practice series can be used as many times as required to gain driving knowledge, as well as the confidence to attempt the Access NS beginners test. We believe they are simply one of the best study tools available for the learner’s license phase of Nova Scotia's Graduated Drivers Licence System

Nova Scotia Road Signs

Become a Nova Scotia Road Signs expert with our Nova Scotia traffic signs test practice series

Nova Scotia Class 7 Road Signs

Nova Scotia Class 7 Road Signs

The first of our three Nova Scotia Class 7 road signs practice test sets focuses on regulatory signs that control the flow of traffic and the way vehicles make their way through the streets.

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NS Learners Test

NS Learners Test

This Nova Scotia learners practice test, focuses on road signs that are considered to be road warning signs such as curves in the road ahead, changes in traffic flow, hidden intersections and speed changes.

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Online Drivers Test

Online Drivers Test

Our third Nova Scotia online drivers test covers additional road signs that you are expected to know for the written test. These are temporary signs, information/direction signs and HOV related signs.

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Nova Scotia Beginners Test

Nova Scotia Beginners Test

When you've practiced all of the previous road & traffic signs sample practice tests to your satisfaction, test your overall road sign knowledge with this Nova Scotia beginners practice exam.

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Nova Scotia Road Rules

Become an Nova Scotia Road Rules expert with our Nova Scotia traffic signs test practice series

Class 7 Road Rules Practice Test

Class 7 Road Rules Practice Test

In this first set of Nova Scotia Class 7 road rules practice test questions, we start the process of building a knowledge base about the rules of the road in Nova Scotia.

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Nova Scotia Drivers Test

Nova Scotia Drivers Test

Our second Nova Scotia drivers test continues the process of building a knowledge base around the Nova Scotia road rules and their application to real NS driving.

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Nova Scotia Drivers Practice Test

Nova Scotia Drivers Practice Test

This Nova Scotia drivers practice test is the third in our series about the road rules in NS. In this practice test, we cover the rest of the road and traffic safety rules new drivers need to know.

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Nova Scotia Driving Test Quiz

Nova Scotia Driving Test Quiz

This Nova Scotia driving test quiz is a comprehensive road rules practice exam that can help increase your confidence and give you a good idea of what to expect when you take the real test.

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What's The Best Way To Study For Your Nova Scotia Learners Test?

Concentrate on key elements and always study smart:

The Nova Scotia learners test is a written test that determines whether you have an adequate understanding of Nova Scotia's road & traffic safety signs, as well as the rules of the road. In addition to a thorough study of the Nova Scotia Drivers Handbook, knowing what to expect and having a lot of experience with the types of questions you will face on the real Class 7 knowledge test can be a real help with passing on your first try. Our Nova Scotia learners test practice series is designed to do exactly that.

Study The NS Drivers Handbook

Make sure you take enough time to study the material and understand the concepts explained in the NS drivers handbook. The Nova Scotia Drivers Handbook must be your main source of information on the road signs & road rules.

Ask Questions

Always Refer to the NS drivers handbook first for the most detailed information. If you're still unsure of something, research online or leave your question in our comments section. Someone will typically respond in 24 - 48 hours.

NS Learners Test Practice Sets

The more of our Nova Scotia learners test practice sets you attempt the better, so Practice, Practice, Practice, and then Practice some more. We sincerely believe they'll increase your chances of passing the Nova Scotia learners on the first try.

Attempting The Nova Scotia Learners Test

The Nova Scotia learners test is a multiple choice driving knowledge exam covering a wide variety of questions regarding NS rules of the road, traffic safety and the road signs.

As mentioned above, the questions on the Nova Scotia learners test are presented in a multiple choice format. Each question is followed by four possible answers, with only one being the correct answer. It's important to take the time to read each question carefully, as well as read all four of the answers just as carefully (pay attention to the picture if one exists) and then select your answer.  Gaining as much experience as possible with our Nova Scotia learners test practice series will expose you to all of the different kinds of questions that could appear on the actual NS learners test.

Driving With Your Nova Scotia Learner's Driving Licence (Class 7)

Once you've obtained your Nova Scotia learner's driving licence, you now have the legal right to begin learning how to drive and practice your driving skills in real life. There are however some key NS learner licence restrictions and guidelines you must follow to stay within your licence requirements, and be a safe driver to everyone on the road.

Drive Only Under Supervision

At the Nova Scotia learners license stage, you have to be accompanied by a fully licensed (Class 5 non-GDL) driver who is seated in the front seat every time you practice your driving - no exceptions.

No Alcohol

Your blood alcohol levels must always be at zero when driving a vehicle at the learners license level.

Seat belts

Each passenger must wear a seat belt when the vehicle is moving. Also, the number of passengers cannot exceed the number of functional seat belts.

Restricted Night time Driving

A learner licence holder cannot drive even while under supervision between the hours of midnight and 5 am.

8 Demerit Point Suspension

A NS learner's licence will be automatically suspended if 8 demerit points are accumulated.

Practice, Practice, Practice.

Use every available opportunity to develop your driving skills (with a supervisor). This is the time to really build your driving skills, so practice as much as possible.

Nova Scotia Driving Test & Practice Test Questions and Answers:

At icandrive.ca we want to make sure we have everything you need to get your Class 7 learners licence in the most stress-free way possible. We've put together answers to what we know are frequently asked questions to help all Nova Scotia drivers on the path to getting their 7L licence.

WHO IS ELIGIBLE TO TAKE THE NS LEARNERS TEST?

You have to be a resident of Nova Scotia to take the NS learners test. In addition, a parent or guardian will need to provide written permission for you to take the learners license test if you are 16 or older, but under 18 years of age.

WHAT DOCUMENTS TO BRING ON MY NS CLASS 7 KNOWLEDGE TEST DAY?

In addition to certain Identification Documents, you must have a printed receipt showing that you have paid for the Class 7 knowledge test (You will also need this receipt when you go to take the Road Test)

Bring the following with you:

  • Primary identification
  • Identification showing citizenship/residency/residency status if born outside of Canada
  • Secondary identification
  • Proof of residency

You can find more information here:
NS Accepted Identification Documents

WHERE TO TAKE THE NOVA SCOTIA LEARNERS LICENCE TEST?

You can take your Nova Scotia learners licence test at any one of the NS Driver Examination Centres located across the province.

The following link will help you find a Nova Scotia Driver Examination & Testing facility near you:

NS Driver Examination Centres

WHAT IS THE COST OF THE NOVA SCOTIA LEARNERS TEST?

There is a fee each time you take the Nova Scotia learners test, so if you have to re-take it you will have to pay again. In 2018, the cost of the NS beginners license was $25.10.

By practicing with our free Nova Scotia learners test practice series, you can properly prepare yourself and most likely avoid having to attempt the official NS beginners test more than once.

HOW EFFECTIVE ARE YOUR NOVA SCOTIA LEARNERS TEST PRACTICE SETS?

With the ICanDrive.ca series of Nova Scotia learners test practice sets, beginning NS drivers will have a much greater chance of passing the beginners test Nova Scotia mandates for all new drivers - on the first attempt. If you practice until you can consistently get a passing grade on all of our Nova Scotia driver's license practice test series, you'll be far less likely to have to repeat it.

These NS learners test practice sets are simply one of the most powerful and effective tools available to new drivers for class 7 test preparation, building confidence and providing a greater understanding of the real test.

By using each practice test in order, and building your knowledge over time, you can go in to take the real test much more prepared, and with a really good idea of what to expect. This will make it less stressful for you, and you'll be prepared for any question that comes your way.

HOW SHOULD I STUDY FOR THE NS CLASS 7 TEST?

Start by downloading a copy of the Nova Scotia Drivers Handbook, and the Amendments to the Driver’s Handbook, and read them both in full. If there are any parts that seem difficult, go over those parts again.

After a thorough read of the NS drivers handbook, you should try your hand at the six Nova Scotia driving test quiz samples that are available for free on ICanDrive.ca. These will allow you to build your knowledge while going through various sections of the handbook. Finally, when you feel that you know your stuff, take the more advanced practice exams. These will reflect the real learners test NS drivers must pass for a Class 7 licence. With our Nova Scotia learners test practice series, NS drivers can get the best possible look and feel of the test before actually taking it.

In conclusion, we believe our Nova Scotia learners test practice series, combined with traditional study methods are by far the best way to prepare for the real test, and a beginners NS driving license.

WHERE DOES ICANDRIVE.CA GET THEIR PRACTICE TEST QUESTIONS?

All of our Nova Scotia driver's test quiz sets are drawn from the NS drivers handbook, using exactly the same information as is used to create the real Nova Scotia beginners driving test. We also use information provided by visitors to our site who give us feedback on the test they have just taken. This combination of sources ensures the highest possible accuracy in the questions and the format of the practice tests, and allows us to present you with questions that you may actually encounter on the real test.

All of our NS learners practice tests contain questions that are very much like the ones on the official test.

HOW MANY QUESTIONS ARE THERE ON THE OFFICIAL CLASS 7 TEST?

There is no way to know which questions will show up on your learners test, because all of them are generated randomly by a computer system from a database at the time you take the test.

When you take the actual NS Class 7 test, you will face 30 different questions. You cannot make more than five mistakes and still get a passing grade on the beginners test Nova Scotia mandates.

HOW SIMILAR ARE THESE NS LEARNERS TEST PRACTICE SETS TO THE REAL TEST?

Every one of our Nova Scotia learners test practice samples are designed to be just like the real Access Nova Scotia driver's test for Class 7. They use the same format and present the questions and answers in the same way. It's even possible to see some of the very same questions on your own learners test.

Our Nova Scotia learners test practice series presents a wide variety of questions and potential answers, to fully prepare you for the many different kinds of questions you could face on the real test.

Our Nova Scotia learners test practice series - 2018 edition is completely up to date, and covers all the road signs and current rules of the road. It is a very good representation of the actual test and simply one of the best driving knowledge study tools available.

The Next Steps:

Once you've passed the Nova Scotia learners test, you can now start practicing your driving under the supervision of a fully licensed NS driver. You must remain at the Learner’s licence phase for a minimum of 12 months probation free before you can apply for the next licence. (However, this can be reduced to 9 months if you complete a recognized driver training program)

To get a Nova Scotia Class 5 N or the Newly Licensed license, you'll be required to take a Class 5 road test and demonstrate to an examiner that you know how to handle a vehicle under a variety of driving conditions.

More Info on Nova Scotia's Graduated Drivers Licence System

The Nova Scotia's Graduated Drivers Licence System is a three stage process, whereby new drivers move through each stage, building their driving knowledge as they proceed. From the theoretical learning at the Class 7 Learner stage, to driving under supervision, and eventually getting their full Class 5 licence. To keep all users of the roads and highways in Nova Scotia safe, all new drivers must work their way through the NS GDL process before they can get their unrestricted full Nova Scotia driving licence.

NS GDL Process

The Nova Scotia graduated driver licensing process is designed to help new drivers navigate all the steps required to become safe, capable and confident Nova Scotia drivers.

Class 7L Licence

Nova Scotia's Learner License helps new drivers build behind the wheel driving skills while being 100% under the supervision of a qualified, experienced driver.

NS Class 5 N

The Class 5 N (Newly Licensed) stage allows Nova Scotia drivers greater independence as they further develop their car driving skills and prepare for the Class 5R stage.

NS Class 5 R

The Class 5 restricted license stage is the final GDL stage before you can get your full Class 5 licence. This stage allows drivers to master all NS road skills.