I donâ€™t believe in the most test for getting a license. The whole thing is a useless experiment; you can train a monkey to ride a mini bike around a circus tent, but donâ€™t think he'd last long on the open road, or in traffic around town. Sure he might be able to maneuver around a car park, thatâ€™s till a car runs into him, poor monkey! I suggest there should be no test at all to pass your L's and P's thatâ€™s right no test, but the courses should still go ahead, and the instructor should give hints and tips and analyze your riding skills both in the car park (slow speeds) and on the open road in traffic. And if you make it through the course with no major problems you should get a certificate and licenses. If you donâ€™t look competent or the instructor thinks you need more training, he would just suggest to do the course again, taking note of what they did wrong and practice. The practice never ends you'll learn things well after you have your full license.