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After the Module Two motorcycle test you will arrive back at the test centre, the examiner will indicate where to park. There is still room for error so you must remain on your guard when returning to the test centre, and until the motorcycle is safely parked, on its stand and with the engine turned off. You will be invited into the test centre by the examiner for a test debrief and will be offered the option of having your motorcycle instructor present. This is advisable as minor or major faults that are discussed by the examiner need to be worked on and rectified before the next test if you are not successful.
The examiner uses a marking record to highlight any faults and will tell you about their assessment of your test ride. If you don’t understand you should request clarification. They will provide further feedback if you need it. To pass the test you must have no more than 10 rider faults, also referred to as minor points. However to pass you cannot have any serious or dangerous faults recorded. The examiner will issue a pass certificate at the end of the debrief and if you hold a plastic ID card licence, will keep the old licence and offer for the new entitlement to be added and a new licence sent by post from the DVLA. In the event of a test fail, you will not be able to retake another Module Two motorcycle test until 10 working days have passed.
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