I live in OH, so I can't vouch for consitency in tests, but should be similar. Nobody rides on your bike or follows you in a car, but you do it in a parking lot with cones and a test official. Three exercises:
1) Enter a 90° turn to the right, accel., then brake to your entry speed before you hit the cones, then continue through ~150° right turn, come to a stop at the cones.
2) Enter a box. Ride to the end of the box, do a U-turn. then do a U-turn the other way. Effectively a figure-8. Exit the box and make a hard turn either left or right.
3) Speed up to between 12-18 mph, wait until your front tire gets past the cones, then emergency brake. Your distance will be measured.
This test is easy. If you think you might not pass, take the MSF course. You will have much time to practice, the course is only $25 (the same ast taking the test,) and when you pass the course, take the certificate up to the BMV and they will just give you your license.