I did not get my bike licence but should have it by tomorrow lunch time. I am glad that they did not fudge the figures even though I am almost to the standard as I do not mind spending the extra money when I go back tommorrow as this way I know I will be a better rider. Some of the mistakes I made and improved upon 1. Not using the Front brake enough during emergency stopping which actually caused my back wheel to skid out in the last meter of the stop, as the wheel skidded out I accidently hit the throttle and me to take a very low speed drop. I am fine and the instructors where very cool about it. 2. Stalling upon take off. Give it plenty more throttle and just ease the clutch out is what they kept telling me. I understood the theory of this very well but took a while to put it into practise. 3. Observation. Observation. Observation. 4. Approaching intersections at too high a speed giving less time for smooth braking and gear down and more importantly less time to check the intersection. 5. Road Positioning. I kept taking my corners a little wide as I left the turn. this comes down to a speed and control issues. I need to sit in the left wheel track on an open road to be further away from the on comming traffic. If their is a vehicle within three seconds in front I have to sit in the right wheel track for better visability and to be seen. If I am behind anouther bike I need to sit in the other wheel track. I have learnt heaps form this course and although I failed the test afterwards should get it tommorrow morning. I have made this post to help me focus on the things I got pulled up on and I hope that it helps other learners.