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How to get ready for the MOD 1 motorcycle test (MOD 1 Academy)

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Preparing to pass the Module One motorcycle test

Being prepared for MOD 1 test day is critical for ensuring a first time MOD 1 test pass and despite the views of some, there is no such thing as too much preparation. Underpinning all of this is for a novice rider to invest in sufficient Module One motorcycle training with a DVSA certified instructor. This MOD 1 Academy is the perfect compliment to instructor training and this section on preparation will ensure that participants have left nothing to guess work.

1. LEARNING TO RIDE

MOD 1 test preparation - learning to ride a motorcycle
There are no short cuts! Key is investing in adequate professional training & having the right attitude. [watch video]

2. ABOUT MODULE ONE

About Module One motorcycle test
The off-road MOD 1 test emulates the skills & manoeuvres required to ride a motorcycle safely on the road. [watch video]

3. ACADEMY EXPLAINED

Module One Academy explained
The MOD 1 Academy enhances practical training, resulting in greater confidence, competence & safety. [watch video]

4. WHAT TO TAKE

What to take to the module one motorcycle test
Failing to take the correct documentation can easily result in a cancelled MOD 1 test & loss of the associated fee.  [watch video]

5. WHAT TO WEAR

What to wear to Module One motorcycle test
Aside from safety considerations, failing to wear the correct clothing will result in a cancelled MOD 1 test. [watch video]

6. EXAMINERS BRIEFING

Learning to ride - MOD 1 test preparation success
It’s important to understand what is briefed by the examiner & to always seek clarification where required. [watch video]

7. MOD 1 TEST AREA

MOD 1 test area
Key to understanding the test area lay-out is professional training & an investment in this on-line course. [watch video]

8. FAULTS & FAILS

Module one motorcycle test - rider faults & fails explained
MOD 1 Academy plus sufficient training will result in a good standard of MOD 1 riding, with minimal faults. [watch video]