There are 3 levels of brown belt to progress through. Your tests will be similar, though progressively harder. Clean up your techniques, and keep good form. How’s your kiba-dachi? Are you stepping properly? Where is your hikite (pull-back) hand on your techniques? Believe it or not, these small points will make a difference in the examiner’s eyes, especially as you get closer to Black Belt. Execute techniques with speed and power (like you’re an advanced student!)
Age uke, Gyaku-tsuki
Soto uke (in zenkutsu-dachi), Empi uchi (in kiba-dachi), Uraken (in kiba-dachi), Gyaku-tsuki (in zenkutsu dachi) – Note that the examiner can stop at move in this entire combination.
Shuto uke kokutsu-dachi, Nukite zenkutsu-dachi
Maegeri-ren geri (double front snap kick)
Mawashi geri-ren geri (round house kick)
Bassai Dai (In some cases, you may get to choose your own kata)