I was a real SOB back when I was an instructor.
It is my opinion that if you trained in a C-150 or similar, that if you could not land at night with a complete electrical failure, I would not sign you off. ( it is much easier in the older models with manual flaps. )
Anyway, that style & size of aircraft talks to you constantly and if you can land without instruments in the day time, including loss of flaps, then you should be able to do it at night. Had a small field close that had aircraft controllable runway lights & if there was enough moon, they had to do it without runway lights before we were through.
Obviously I did not do this to low time students but by 60 hrs or if working on a commercial or instrument ( different ratings back then & taught that way ) You would be able to do it if I was your instructor. I had a few other things I would teach but that was a long time ago when pilots were responsible & had to be able to do it without aids that could fail & occasionally did…
First time I ran into a PVT pilot, that not only did not have sectionals or Wacs, on board & could not use them if he had them, he could only navigate with his GPS, & was signed off for his license, well, I lost faith in the training system.
Anytime it is bigger than you are used to, not only must you* always remember to fly the airplane**, you must never forget about the effects of more mass.*