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hello friends i need your help please any one have Questions Driver but in Arabic i live in California.i had test but was bad luck so soon i will have scend Test plz i need help

This test can be confusing even for a native English speaker, as the questions are often worded very awkwardly.

Some driver's license offices offer the test in Arabic. Ask them if there is a location near you where you can take it in Arabic. If not, just keep studying the practice questions at the back of your driver's manual and keep trying. Many people do not pass their first time - even Americans who lived here all their life - so don't let that discourage you.

Good luck!


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Have your wife call and make an appointment for your test to be done verbally. My husband had a hard time taking the written test too. He failled a couple of times because of the language barrier. The DMV has a system set up to where the questions can be read to you, or in my husband's case, he had a friend translate the questions into Arabic for him.

With an interpreter you need to have a special alloted time so that way they can have a DMV employee sit with you and the person translating to make sure they aren't giving you the answer.

Don't give up!


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Have your wife call and make an appointment for your test to be done verbally. My husband had a hard time taking the written test too. He failled a couple of times because of the language barrier. The DMV has a system set up to where the questions can be read to you, or in my husband's case, he had a friend translate the questions into Arabic for him.

With an interpreter you need to have a special alloted time so that way they can have a DMV employee sit with you

and the person translating to make sure they aren't giving you the answer.

Don't give up!

Why would his wife need to call? Unless they speak a common language other than English, I have a hard time imagining how someone could speak English well enough

to be married to an English speaker, but not well enough

to schedule a DMV appointment with an interpreter.

Or pass a DMV test for

that matter. It's a drivers exam, not the LSAT or MCAT.


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