What is the pass rate for module 1 bike test?

What is the pass rate for module 1 bike test?

69.2 per cent
Module 1 differences Since 2010, 327,771 bikers have attempted Module 1 of a motorcycle test, with 226,712 riders passing the test at a pass rate of 69.2 per cent. Males account for almost 290,000 of the Module 1 tests taken; with a pass rate of 71.6 per cent enough to see more than 207,000 passes overall.

What should I expect on Mod 1 bike test?

You’ll take the module 1 test in an off-road motorcycle manoeuvring area. The test normally takes about 20 minutes and includes: wheeling the moped or motorcycle and using the stand. riding a slalom and figure of 8.

What bike can I ride with Module 1?

Module one

  • Wheeling the moped or motorcycle and using the stand.
  • Riding a slalom and figure of 8.
  • A slow ride.
  • A U-turn.
  • Cornering and a controlled stop.
  • Cornering and an emergency stop (minimum speed of 19mph for mopeds and 31mph for motorcycles)

What can I ride after Mod 1 test?

Module 1 is a practical off-road riding test that must be passed before you can take module 2 (on-road), where after passing module 2, you’ll receive a full motorcycle licence.

When can I take a full motorcycle test?

If you are aged 24 or over or held an A2 licence for two years you can get an unrestricted motorcycle licence by taking a Direct Access (DAS) course and passing the practical tests. A full bike licence entitling you to ride any size of machine is gained through this course.

How many minors can you have on a Mod 2 test?

You’ll pass module 2 if you make: no serious or dangerous faults (sometimes called ‘majors’) no more than 10 riding faults (sometimes called ‘minors’)

What can you ride after a Mod 1?

Passing the mod 1 & mod 2 tests on such a machine will give you a full motorcycle licence allowing you to ride any size bike. If you intend to go from CBT straight to this category, this is known as direct access and you must be 24 years of age or over to take the test.

How do I calm my nerves before a motorbike test?

The 10 most effective ways to combat driving test nerves

  1. Tell yourself you’re ready.
  2. Keep it a secret.
  3. Don’t skip meals.
  4. Pretend it’s a mock.
  5. Arrive at the test centre in good time and make sure your diary is free.
  6. Don’t do too much on test day.
  7. Stay off the caffeine.
  8. Go to the lavatory.