Written exams are conducted on a computer in our driver exam offices and on paper at our satellite locations. The minimum age for writing the Class 7 Learner's licence exam is 16 years of age - 15 if enrolled in high school driver education. Other licence classifications have different prerequisites.
Written exams cost $10, each time you write.
English as a second language
We provide an automated translation tool for 58 languages which may help English as a Second Language customers understand the exams. Walk-ins are accepted in Regina and Saskatoon, but appointments must be made in other areas of the province.
What you are tested on
The knowledge tests consist of 2 parts:
- driving situations
- rules of the road, and sign identification
If you fail any part of these tests, you will be required to rewrite only the examinations you failed.
Note: If you are 15 and have successfully completed a driver education course through school, you will write your Class 7 learner test at school with your class. The test is included in the driver education course.
The cost for all written exams is $10.
To prepare for your written test, you can review the related study guides and manuals for the licence classification you are completing.