It was mad easy...I got a 99. Any driving instructor would take you out there first and let you get used to the course. They have you go through possible things that might be on the test.
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it used to be hella easier than the one at the sf dmv, but i heard they make heads parallel park at the dc one now. no biggie if you're a competent driver tho. you really shouldn't be on the road if you can't parallel.
i took mine in sf eons ago....woulda got a perfect but coming back into the dmv driveway at the end of the test, this pedestrian paused and wanted to let me roll thru. i knew pedestrians always have the right of way at crossings & driveways, so i just motioned for dude to go, but we went thru the whole "no, you go, first," routine like 3 x's. finally, i just said eff it, thanked dude, and drove in. the examiner docked me 3 pts for that.
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DC was easy. don't go when kids are coming out of the high school cause it'll definitely mess you up. basically the course is a block around the DMV, then head to school st. towards Mission, then a right on Mission. right again where Wendy's is, then right at Junipero, then left towards In n Out then back. no parallel parking, just pull up to the curb.
IMO you should take it in DC, if you pass the test there compared to the hella easy spots then just proves more that you're ready to drive, better to make a mistake on a test than in real life sarcasm is hard to tell online