Alberta School Bus Driver Test 03

Taking the Alberta school bus driver practice test can be a challenging experience, but with dedication and preparation, you can pass your official exam with flying colors. To start, the practice test provides a simulated experience of the actual exam, allowing you to familiarize yourself with the formatting and types of questions. It’s also an opportunity to identify any gaps in your knowledge and revisit any areas that require additional study.


Alberta School Bus Test 03

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How does the driver cancel the alternately flashing red lights?

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If you frequently encounter passengers with behaviour problems while you are driving, how would that affect you?

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If you are running 30 minutes late because the alarm didn't ring, what should you do?

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Next to driving the bus, what is the second most important responsibility of the professional school bus operator?

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Which is not a type of bullying drivers have to intervene with on the school bus?

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An acceptable consequence between driver and passenger would not be...

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Once the bus has stopped, place the gear lever in neutral, set the parking brake, and maintain pressure on the brake pedal. How often must this be done?

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What does the driver of another motor vehicle not see when following a bus that is about to make a stop?

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During a turn, what steering tech is recommended?

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The operator will not put the vehicle in motion unless what has happened inside the bus?

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How does the driver cancel the alternately flashing amber lights?

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While driving the bus on multi-lane highways, why should you stay in the right lane, or the lane closest to the shoulder?

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Why should buses should be in position for the afternoon pick up prior to the dismissal of passengers from classes.

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If you see someone approaching your bus with a longer than normal stride, fist balled, and angry face, what should you do?

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Special-needs children should never be required to cross a road unless...

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If a bus operator enforces the no food or drink rule, what does the bus driver do?

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When unloading at the school, when are passengers allowed to stand up?

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When should the driver activate the alternately flashing red lights?

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Which is not one of the three objectives related to passenger improvement that you should seek to attain?

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When should any turnaround be done?

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How far ahead of the bus should students walk before crossing in front of the bus?

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When should the driver close the door or deactivate the alternately flashing red lights?

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What is regarded as a country turn around?

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What is not a reason for assigned seating of the passengers?

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What are safety zones?

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What is not one of the three R's of a professional school bus driver?

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What is referred to as crossover mirrors?

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Once the bus is secured, how do the passengers know when they should get up to leave the bus?

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If you have lost track of a passenger, what should you do?

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What is the minimum length of the front passenger crossing arm?

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