RSFC asked this question 8 years, 9 months ago:

Online USAEUR Test

I found out about a a proctored exam of the test that can be taken online before you go. You need a CAC card to get started but it can be found here: https://app.usafe.af.mil/DLT_V3/

Anyways, it has been difficult to find any real information about it. It says you have to pass with a score of 100%. It is proctored by your supervisor. I am wonderign how difficult the test is compared to the in person test where you only need 85%. Does anyone have information about this. Has anyone passed the test this way? I can't find any reference to it on this site.



8 years, 8 months ago

Only the Speed Limits video link is working; none of the others. Are you seeing the same problem?

8 years, 8 months ago

Lots of people seem to have a problem with the online test. Your tax dollars at work.

8 years, 8 months ago

I passed the online test. It doesn't appear to give you any certificate or anything like that. It "generates a report". Since it is tied back to my CAC I would assume this report is recorded somewhere relevent.

When I go to get my license do I just tell them I took the online test and they can pull it up?

8 years, 8 months ago

Did you have any problems seeing all of the videos? I'm only able to see the first one. Did you take the lessons first and then watch the videos?

8 years, 8 months ago

My wife took the test prior to our PCS, but I don't know which version she took. I took the "computer/online" version once we arrived. It may be the same as I had to pass with 100% as well. You have to know your stuff, but there are several sections and you can't move on until you pass each. If you miss one, it tells you which one, so it's not hard to get 100%. My issue was after two of the particularly long sections I passed, the system locked up and I had to get someone to help me bypass that section.

Oh, and know your PIN to your phone before you shut it off. I didn't realize i needed that and had no way to get a ride back home.

8 years, 8 months ago

Sounds like the test is allowing people to pass, even with minimal knowledge. This is what I was afraid of when this test was announced. I just hope I am never driving near anyone who has taken the computer based test, because they won't know nearly as much as those who had to actually study for, and pass the written exam.

8 years, 8 months ago

Quote by JOFTAA:
I just hope I am never driving near anyone who has taken the computer based test, because they won't know nearly as much as those who had to actually study for, and pass the written exam.


Ouch! Maybe I am in a minority of those who studied hard, but I did study. I believe there is also a time limit, so if you go thru the test, get many wrong answers and retake that section, you will run out of time.

Habits get in my way more than anything, like blinkers while approaching a round-about.

8 years, 8 months ago

Quote by jesus_man:
Ouch! Maybe I am in a minority of those who studied hard, but I did study. I believe there is also a time limit, so if you go thru the test, get many wrong answers and retake that section, you will run out of time.

Habits get in my way more than anything, like blinkers while approaching a round-about.


LOL -- I was not referring to you, Lord_man! If you take a look at a lot of my past posts, you'll see that I have been concerned for a very long time about the ease of passing. Most people (I generalize, but I believe it) will not take the time to study, but instead take a shortcut and just re-do the parts of the test that are missed until they are passed. I predict more, and more serious accidents happening as more people take this test.

8 years, 8 months ago

I could see how it would be easier to pass given that you can go back and correct yourself immediately. Too bad people don't take responsibility for this sort stuff anymore.

8 years, 7 months ago

https://www.mil.usafe.af.mil/dlt/Default.aspx?TabID=1&Action=Home is the website that active duty Air Force folks can go to complete their online testing. I did this back at home station while at work and didn't have an issue. The only problem is that folks could cheat if they had no integrity which I'm sure will happen unfortunately. I watched the online videos and took the tests and at the end it basically just records your information. I studied so the test wasn't hard at all.

Once I got to Ramstein I was able to go to the license office and they pulled my test results up. I had to bring my orders, Military ID, stateside license, and a credit card for the $10 fee.

Tomorrow we will be calling to set my wife up with a test date. She has been studying so I have high hopes for her.

8 years, 7 months ago

Quote by 3C&Zana:
https://www.mil.usafe.af.mil/dlt/Default.aspx?TabID=1&Action=Home is the website that active duty Air Force folks can go to complete their online testing. I did this back at home station while at work and didn't have an issue. The only problem is that folks could cheat if they had no integrity which I'm sure will happen unfortunately. I watched the online videos and took the tests and at the end it basically just records your information. I studied so the test wasn't hard at all.

Once I got to Ramstein I was able to go to the license office and they pulled my test results up. I had to bring my orders, Military ID, stateside license, and a credit card for the $10 fee.

Tomorrow we will be calling to set my wife up with a test date. She has been studying so I have high hopes for her.


Good info to have. Is your wife studying at our sister site? www.USAREURpracticeTest.com

8 years, 7 months ago

Absolutely! This is still the best site to study at. The crappy part about the other USAFE site is that you can only watch the entire video module as one set which is about 45 minutes. USAREURpracticetest.com has better options as far as unique practice test options and sign tests.

The main thing I would like to point out is that creating an account is the only way to go.

8 years, 7 months ago

Quote by 3C&Zana:
Absolutely! This is still the best site to study at. The crappy part about the other USAFE site is that you can only watch the entire video module as one set which is about 45 minutes. USAREURpracticetest.com has better options as far as unique practice test options and sign tests.

The main thing I would like to point out is that creating an account is the only way to go.


I agree. I am very (VERY!) familiar with the guy who designed USAREURpracticeTest.com

Setting up an account gives way more options. No account means you can only take an entire test. No saving tests for future completion. Having an account also means we can track what you miss and give you customized practice tests based on weak points. And, the option to have the test given in random order also helps because it is harder to memorize answers.

7 years, 1 month ago

I wasn't sure which thread was the best to post this under, but I'll try here! I am a spouse of an active duty service member at Ramstein. We showed up last Sunday, and on Tuesday, he was taken in to watch the videos and complete the CBT to pass the USAEUR exam. I looked through this website and studied using http://www.usareurpracticetest.com/ as soon as we got here.

Here's my experience: When I showed up to take the test on Friday with a bunch of dependents, we sat and watched the 13 modules of videos. The instructor then highlighted areas to look at before we started the test (primarily right of ways).

After a five minute break, we were proctored into the same CBT program that my husband, AD, used. We were shown how to take a shortcut to the exam questions, but if we wanted to, we could go through every CBT lesson and were given the whole duty day to do so.

I had studied quite a bit, assuming I would not have access to the CBT, so I went straight to the questions at the end of each module and knocked out the test in twenty minutes. I missed one question, but with the lowered 85% to pass, I was done. My understanding was that I could review the questions I had missed in each module and retest until I scored at least 85%.

This may be repetitive information in the forums, but if you're a military dependent coming to Ramstein, this is the current testing procedure.

7 years, 1 month ago

So, what you are saying is that rather than taking the entire day to take the test, you were able to do it in 20 minutes because you studied in advance at USAREURpracticeTest. Correct?

This is great information, because I don't know of anyone who would want to spend any more time than necessary to take the test.

Also, is your husband Air Force? From what I understand, Army still has no access to CBT.

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