So I don't know if you all know the actual meaning of Murphy's law, relating to G forces. But today was one of those days, I had my licence test booked in in Sale this morning (about an hours ride East). I was woken just after 4:00AM to a horrid storm, Hail, lightning and inches of rain. So after not a great deal of sleep I got up at 7:00AM and rode east for around an hour sun blaring on the wet roads blinding me the whole way. Lucky me when I got there, the clouds came over and wasn't so bright. Once I completed the paperwork it started blowing Gail and raining again, so completed my preliminary test in the rain. This was my first experience with a wet top and skidded during the emergency break on the practice (a No No) was ok the second time. On the road wasn't too bad, the guy at the testing gave me the wrong directions and we had a laugh when we ended up at the wrong place. After this I was feeling more confident and in all my glory I think I failed to indicate. On the way back to the TAFE It was a shocking head wind and the guy mentioned on arrival he couldnt keep up with me (I was literally shitting myself at this point). The instructor didn't mention my failure to indicate (If I Did). So I passed and am now thinking maybe Murphy was just a scientist who put all his G Force sensors in the wrong way and sometimes not everything that can go wrong will.