The video examples here are educational and do not necessarily represent the passing standard.
The very lengthy inside three-turn and rocker/choctaw moves on the current test involve four laps around the ice surface. We are condensing these moves (which both are demonstrations of a skater's quickness) into one move which takes just one pass down the ice. It can save three to five minutes over a test, which is one of the longest moves tests in the structure.
The flat bracket-three-bracket move is being deleted. (The crowd goes wild.)
A pattern of backward outside and backward inside twizzles is being added and continues the progression from the forward twizzles in the intermediate moves test. The skater is given freedom of arm and leg positions to demonstrate his or her own individual style with these moves.
Forward outside and inside loops are also being added to the novice test.