After the drop in, this is definitely the scariest and most potentially lethal of all ramp basics, but you need to learn it to be able to get used to pumping fakie on transition.
If you’re confident enough with axle stalls; use the speed from that to go back up the other transition to do Rock Fakie.
To do that, you need to have your feet ready to lift your front wheels over the coping, touch the middle of your board down, rock your board over so the front wheels touch the platform.
Get your body weight ready to put weight on the back and lift your front wheels over.
Before putting your bottom onto the coping, get used to going up the ramp and back down fakie by just pumping up and pumping down, and getting the wheels just below the coping.