The MOST (Motorcycle Operator Skills Test) is the final component of the pre-provisional course. It is also the major component for those seeking to convert their International Licences.
The RMS provides information on this test.
View the MOST guide on the RMS website.
Formally you will read the following:
"None of the tests are difficult or dangerous for a skilled rider."
This can be translated in several ways.
Read the guide and go practise. That way you will not fail over something stupid, like a head check or turning the wrong direction.
"You must be really bad or nervous to fail this test."
Practice is everything. You will only fail if you have not practised or get so nervous that you forget your head-checks. You will have plenty of opportunity during the day of your pre-provisional course to refine the techniques you practised.
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If you are like most people, taking the MOST as the final part of the pre-provisional course, you will, prior to the test, be taken out for a road ride. The bikes must be deemed safe enough for this part of the pre-provisional course.
If you are just completing the MOST component only, then it is likely that your bike will not even be checked over, except to see that it is of course LAMS.
Go out and 'practise' because 'practice' makes perfect.