In the final test in Kingsman: The Secret Service, Eggsy was given a gun and asked to shoot the puppy he had been training. Eggsy fails the test because he chooses not to shoot the puppy. Later on, Hart reveals that the gun was a blank, and that also the candidate Amelia didn't actually drown, so no lives were lost during the testing. Hart explains that "limits must be tested," and that "Kingsman only condones the risking of a life to save another."
However, isn't asking a candidate to kill a puppy without any good reason asking them to act in a way that doesn't follow the condition that they should risk a life only to save another? It seemed like they were testing whether the candidate would kill whenever ordered to, regardless of whether or not it saved a life.
I would have thought that the "right" answer would be not to kill the puppy, showing that the candidate wouldn't take a life without good reason.