So I turned up at Clyde on Friday morning 7am. It was freezing in the morning, probably because I haven't had time to let my body warm up, and climbed on the bike straight out of bed. Met my group of fellow L platers. All seemed nice, and then met Aaron, our instructor. The day went as follows: Started with Slow riding, I think about 20 metres in 15 seconds. That was alright, then did some figure 8's. I was told to not rev too much on the 500, and keep it around 2k is enough. I was also told to use the front break with 4 fingers, not 2. We also did some quick stops, and I fixed more of my bad habits. Now I always have foot on back break when taking off. After this was a break and then the road ride. Got told to not park the bike on the kerb, because the tyres might grab when you pull away and lift the rear tyre. Also got told to use the right indicator when pulling out, not the left. This all went well, and we counted the number of cars that don't stop at stop signs. After lunch, it was more practice for the MOST test. This was the first time I did most of them, so I paid a lot of attention. The course was set up so that you could do 5 out of the 6 tests, starting with cone weave, leading to a U-turn, then the 90 degree left turn, either the quick stop or swirve, and finishing with stopping in the box. By the end, I was reasonably confident, and when the test came, I lost 1 point for putting foot down in the cone weave for the last cone. Everyone in the group passed, and I went to the RTA straight afterwards to get my P's. I was also told to consider the Advanced course offered by them, so I might do that in a few month's time. Feeling quite relieved, and can't wait to do bike shopping in a year's time!