While the NSW Pâ€™s Course and test is still fresh in my mind, hereâ€™s my recollection and some advice. 8 Hour day involves 3 modules 1. Theory & Practical (Class room and Range training) 2. Assessed Road Ride 3. MOST Theory Part was mostly reinforcing or expanding on what you were taught in your Lâ€™s course like creating Buffers and accident prevention. Good info presented and if practised will save you some pain, money and maybe your life. On the practice range youâ€™ll put the theory into practice which then inturn becomes your practice for the MOST. Assessed Road ride was a 30k cruise around the local area, with plenty of advice on stopping distances and crash avoidance. Make sure you have enough fuel for the whole day. We got a lunch break at 11:15 to eat and fuel up if needed. Most Test â€“ we had 2 practice sessions during the course of the day, in our case the practise was tougher then the test as the weave cones were placed closer together and U-turns tighter so when you get to the actual test itâ€™s piece of cake. The actual test is in 4 separate sections, each rider will do the test individually and takes about 5 minutes to complete. Section 1 is a tight left turn and stop in a box, test can be done at any speed so take it nice and slow as you donâ€™t want to drop any point this early in the test. Section 2 is a cone weave and u-turn â€“ practice your clutch control, fast idle and rear brakes to get through this one. This is the only section where the average rider should accumulate points and if you do donâ€™t worry and carry on as the next 2 tests are basic. Section 3 is emergency stop â€“ keep between 20-25kph. set up and squeeze the hell of the front brake and ease down the rear for control/balance as soon as you pass the markers â€“ you lose points for every marker on the ground that you go past after a certain distance. Section 4 is the hazard avoidance (half tennis balls in this case) you have to go over 20kph avoid the obstacle and go through cones at the end. Do it at a comfortable pace and use your lower body to guide the bike â€“ you get a second go if your not going fast enough. So that was my day yesterday, I did pass, but not with a perfect score I forget to Head check on Section 3 & 4. So remember to head check before start each of the 4 sections. People did fail the course so keep your nerves under control, make sure you understand the instructions for that section of the test before you begin and HEAD CHECK x 4.