Things You'll Need
Complete driver education course by age 15 and a half or be at least 16 years old without it. The driver education course includes classroom and practical training.
Study the Oklahoma Driver Manual from front to back. All questions for the written test are taken from this manual.
Apply for the learner permit, sometimes referred to as driver permit, at the nearest Driver License Office. The application must be made in person and requires a parent's signature on the application if under the age of 18.
Bring proper documentation. These documents include the application for learner permit and proof of identity including social security number. Under the age of 18 requires additional documentation such as verification of enrollment and attendance in school and documentation you have passed a reading proficiency test on the eight-grade level.
Pass the vision test. Before the written exam is given for the learner permit, a quick vision test is administered.
Take the test. You are not required to pay any fees until after you have passed and completed all the requirements.
Pass the written test. A score of 70 percent or better is considered passing. You are given 20 multiple-choice questions.
Meet all the requirements for a learner permit. The examiner will give you a form stating the type of license you are allowed to have, the restrictions that apply to you, and the fee.
Take the form you received from the examiner to the local tag agency. Your picture will be taken, fees collected, then you will be issued an Oklahoma learner permit or driver permit.