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You should arrive at the test centre fully prepared, this will pave the way to a less stressful Module Two motorcycle test, with a higher chance of passing first time.
Being accompanied by a fully qualified motorcycle instructor will ensure that you arrive at the test centre on time. It also ensures you have all the right documents with you and a motorcycle that has the correct specification for your test. The motorcycle training school will have checked it over ready for your test.
An experienced motorcycle instructor will know how best to position your motorcycle on arrival, giving you an easy start to the test. It will be set aside on its own so that you can demonstrate safety questions to the examiner.
You are advised to arrive with plenty of time to spare. This will ensure that the examiner is not kept waiting and that the test is not cancelled because you are late. Arriving early also gives you time to ask the instructor any last minute questions.
You can also ensure your glasses (if worn) and visor are clean, use the toilet, mentally prepare and calm your nerves.
Your instructor will be able to advise you on what to expect next, show you where to go and help keep you stress free while you are waiting for the examiner to proceed with the test. Having some support at this stage is vital and will keep you focused on the task in hand.
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