The 10-8 Pistol Test is a drill set I came up with around 2005-6, and was developed as a training and assessment tool which was relatively simple to set up. It only requires a single target at a fixed distance (7 yds), and was something that I could shoot at the indoor range where I frequently practiced. It has been tried and tested by lots of folks, and you can find videos of various top level instructors like Jason Falla and Kyle Defoor shooting this drill on Youtube. One of these days I will get around to posting a video as well.
Be mindful of the protocol when firing this, as your results may be a bit skewed if you are using an exposed open top holster or the wrong start position, etc. I would suggest first dry firing all the sequences, especially the manipulation intensive strings, prior to hitting the range. Find a par time that will allow you to complete all the strings within the time limit, and remember to use the same par time for all the strings. Once you can break 58-60 points on a given par time, you are ready to move to the next par time. You are doing quite well if you can break 60 points on the 5 second par, shooting per the protocol. I haven't shot this one in a bit, but I recall that my personal best was 61 points using a Safariland 6004, open top Blade Tech mag pouches, and a 5" 1911 firing full power 230 grain ball.
(double click on the image below to print out a larger copy of the test)