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Does anyone know where I can get practice tests in Russian? My fiance wants to take some practice tests prior to taking the actual driving knowledge exam at the division of motor vehicles in New Jersey. any direction or ideas on this are greatly appreciated. Thanks.

Tim

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Learn Russian then translate.

i.e. I never heard of Russian translations. Only Spanish.

Usually handbooks have nice pictures for people to remember, to go with the text, which is used on the test.

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I dont know wheather or not you can get a practice test but if I remember right I think my wife read the drivers test hand book in russian on the dmv website, and I know when she took the test at dmv they gave her a Russian version of it so be sure to ask. hope this helps... zjuliah ewdatchi :thumbs:

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How about learning to read english? Or you translating it ?

When at the DMV...she will take the test in english..and you cant help

Incorrect. From the NJ MVC website:

The written tests are offered in the following languages: English, Arabic, Chinese, French, Spanish, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian and Japanese

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How about learning to read english? Or you translating it ?

When at the DMV...she will take the test in english..and you cant help

Incorrect. From the NJ MVC website:

The written tests are offered in the following languages: English, Arabic, Chinese, French, Spanish, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Russian and Japanese

Good to know...i am not from jersey, so i stand corrected.

However, still good to learn to read english.

Also, wouldnt the site offer practice tests in russian?? That would be helpful for his wife

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However, still good to learn to read english.

Yup.

Also, wouldnt the site offer practice tests in russian?? That would be helpful for his wife

It does not appear to. Even the driving manuals on the site come only in English and Spanish.

I am guessing the OP needs to call MVC HQ in Trenton (not one of the branches) and order a copy.

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However, still good to learn to read english.

Yup.

Also, wouldnt the site offer practice tests in russian?? That would be helpful for his wife

It does not appear to. Even the driving manuals on the site come only in English and Spanish.

I am guessing the OP needs to call MVC HQ in Trenton (not one of the branches) and order a copy.

Ever notice how things never work together? lol

They give the test in russian, but no practice test...doesnt make any sense to me

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Wild guess, but I don't think the Russian test is one they get asked about a lot. I know a lot of Russian immigrants around here and they all speak/read/write passable English.

What about a translation website...they are tricky, i know the romanian one sucks, but he might be able to find one for russian that is usable

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Does anyone know where I can get practice tests in Russian? My fiance wants to take some practice tests prior to taking the actual driving knowledge exam at the division of motor vehicles in New Jersey. any direction or ideas on this are greatly appreciated. Thanks.

Tim

http://www.dmv.ca.gov/pubs/interactive/tdr...clc2written.htm

here you go it is 1 of 5 sample tests but im in ca, so i dont know if it will be the same

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My wife has (had?) a complete Russian copied DMV handbook with practice tests, I think. She got it from one of her Russian friends here in the states. I'll ask her if she still has it as she passed her written exam a few months ago. Perhaps I can scan it and send to those that need it. Don't really remember what state it was from, but it sure helped my wife.

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My wife has (had?) a complete Russian copied DMV handbook with practice tests, I think. She got it from one of her Russian friends here in the states. I'll ask her if she still has it as she passed her written exam a few months ago. Perhaps I can scan it and send to those that need it. Don't really remember what state it was from, but it sure helped my wife.

California has downloadable DMV handbooks in many languages, including Russian. [pdf] You can also call the CA DMV and they will send you a handbook in whatever language you need, free of charge.

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