Why did they create separate tests (Adult Pre-Bronze thru Adult Gold) for Moves-in-the-Field (MIF) and Free Skate tests?Because at the Intermediate test level, the adults go back to using the same thing as the kids, but they are allowed to pass with slightly lower scores than the kids. Why didn’t they do that for the lower levels too? Why not keep the same tests (pre-pre thru juvenile) for adults and just let them pass with a lower score? I don’t get the point of creating separate tests with slightly rearranged elements. Is this just a marketing ploy? To make it seem more adult-friendly by putting the word “Adult” in the test name?Because I’m obsessive and bored :P, I made a comparison table you can view here: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1vOTqC4oDTLiZRzIxt-68U4IoCl-bxkLN_1doMel1HJ8/edit?usp=sharingAll of the elements are just slightly shifted around for the adult track. Seems silly and pointlessly complicated to me. For example, my rink’s coaches like to do “group” MIF lessons where you have several private lesson kids learn the same exercise together. Being the only adult skater at my rink, my exercises don’t perfectly overlap with the kids’ exercises since the Adult track is different. AKA I can’t always join the group-lesson, either because its an exercise I’ve already done or an exercise that I shouldn’t focus on just yet. It would be a lot easier for everyone’s exercises to just be the same at the same time in the same level, and then let the adults have slightly lower passing scores for the actual test. Do you agree or disagree?