We rushed and got dressed. Oh gosh, I hate the mini toilet cubicles at the Bukit Timah Plaza; you have to move to stand SIDEWAY BESIDE the toilet bowl in order to open the pathetic cubicle toilet door. Arrgghhhh. Zaky was quickly geared too; he hated his protective gears as much as I hated the toilet cubicle door. Lol. They are truly uncomfortable and you can see the kids all tugging at their groin gear in particular. Not a pleasant sight. Lol.
The Masters made the kids practice their patterns 2x before they headed to the waiting area.
I was more anxious than him while watching him do his grading test through the telecast screen. He did fine and remembered all his steps and didn't fall for the kicks. The sparring, which still resembles little bunnies hopping around went fine too. He was so happy, proud and confident when he exited the grading hall.
I have to praise the school's efficiency. Maybe it is easier with kids of the higher grade belt, where they are older, more experience and lesser in number. The practice and grading test were all completed within 15 mins from the time Zaky was fully dressed and geared. There wasn't at all any unnecessary waiting.
On the way out, the kids spotted a mini trampoline and pleaded to have 10 mins of fun.