Whether it’s 2, 3, 4 or 5, 6 or 7 days, learning any subject takes time to grasp and properly understand. Short breaks in between stages of learning allow for individuals to reflect on that learning phase. It allows time for riders to absorb and think about the new skills and knowledge and then make good progress in the next phase.
You won’t know until you start, what you as an individual person will really need as you embark on this unknown adventure of riding a motorbike. If you choose an intensive course there’ll be little or no time for reflection, for variation, nor proper practice of your skills which are essential ingredients in any learning environment
These are facts that must be borne in mind if you want to be genuinely safe, skilled, and prepared for all eventualities. In short, you might pass your tests, but you won’t be as good, or as safe as you could have been if you try and rush through the initial learning.