|From this point, be sure to preserve the opportunity for future
Communicate with the site coordinator for your class and inform them
immediately of your unsuccessful result, and find out what options they
are able to offer at this point.
If you feel comfortable and have the opportunity to, continue to practice
the skills you were introduced to in the class. If you don't have a motorcycle
to practice with, spend time visualizing how you did the exercises: see
yourself doing them successfully, and feeling more relaxed as you do them.
Keep in mind that while you may not be happy about needing more time
to reach your goal, you can still succeed by persevering. If your will
to become a rider is strong, you will do whatever it takes to learn the
skills necessary to pass the riding evaluation. And when you do eventually
succeed, I'll bet you will have that much more feeling of accomplishment
and pride in the fact that you met your goal.
When it comes time for your re-evaluation, keep a positive attitude.
You don't have to be perfect, you just need to trust your training that
you got in the class, and do it the way you were practicing when your RiderCoach
said "good!" or gave you a thumbs up in practice.