Your examiner will give you a report showing where you need to improve so you can go away and practice those elements. You can take the test again after ten days provided you pay the applicable test fee. The number of attempts you have made previously will not count against you in any test.
Yes, if you are successful you will be given a temporary driver’s licence that is valid for ninety days or until your permanent driver's licence photocard arrives in the mail.
The examiner may stop or refuse to start the test if s/he determines that your vehicle is not roadworthy, that you are impaired by alcohol or drugs or that you do not have the necessary skills to complete the test safely.
No, coaching from the examiner is not permitted during the test. If you have any questions about the test, ask the examiner before you start.
Bring your vehicle, glasses or contact lenses if necessary, the confirmation email of your road test (or money for test fees if hoping for a standby appointment). Make sure your vehicle has enough gas to complete the test.