Roller Derby Test O'Matic

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Pass mark: 36 / 45
# Question Answer Mark
1 If a Jammer is still in the pack when a jam ends...
  1. They get no points
  2. Any points they have earned roll over to the next jam
  3. Any points they have earned are immediately announced
2 Under the influence of which of the following may a skater participate in a game:
  1. Alcohol
  2. Illegal drugs
  3. Excitement
  4. Narcotics
3 If a team has five or fewer skaters eligible to participate in a game ...
  1. The team will automatically forfeit the game
  2. The Head Referee may call a forfeit
  3. Un-rostered skaters may be able to join the team
  4. The game will continue
4 A skater is stationary and blocks an opposing skater causing the opposing skater to fall. This is a/an:
  1. Penalty
  2. No Impact/No Penalty
  3. Expulsion
5 Contact, either actual or potential, by the skater's penalty seat to another person that is caused by a structural failure of the seat, not by the entry of the skater to the Penalty Box is subjected to a/an:
  1. Penalty
  2. Expulsion
  3. No Impact/No Penalty
6 Any contact to the head of an opponent who is not wearing a helmet is a/an:
  1. No Impact/No Penalty
  2. Penalty
  3. Expulsion
7 True or False: A Blocker 16 feet (4.9 meters) from the front of the Pack can block and assist.
  1. False
  2. True
8 True or False: Blocking must always include contact.
  1. True
  2. False
9 A skater is blocked out of bounds then re-enters the track in front of the initiator of the block. Before the skater re-entered the track the initiator left the Engagement Zone. This is a:
  1. Penalty
  2. Expulsion
  3. No Pass/No Penalty
10 The repeated use of obscene, profane, or abusive language or gestures directed at a mascot, announcer, audience member, or other game production individuals can result in a/an:
  1. Misconduct Penalty
  2. Penalty
  3. Gross Misconduct
11 When a Blocker is Out of Play, which of the following can they do?
  1. engage the opposing Jammer
  2. assist their teammates
  3. return to play
  4. assist their Jammer
12 True or False: Tape can be used to modify numbers on uniforms.
  1. False
  2. True
13 True or False: Jammers may initiate engagement with Blockers outside the Engagement Zone.
  1. True
  2. False
14 A Blocker who comes to a stop on the track whilst blocking ...
  1. may continue the block then must cease all engagement
  2. may continue the block
  3. must cease all engagement
15 Where must skaters be when engaging with a teammate to avoid an Out of Bounds penalty?
  1. anywhere on track
  2. behind an opponent
  3. in bounds
  4. in the pack
16 True or False: A Jammer may become Lead Jammer if they are out of bounds
  1. False
  2. True
17 If a skater has one foot in bounds, and the other foot over the boundary line but not touching the floor, and they block another skater, they are ...
  1. blocking from out of bounds
  2. not blocking from out of bounds
18 Jammer A has been sent to serve 1 minute in the penalty box for two penalties. Jammer B is sent to the penalty box when Jammer A has sat for 15 seconds (so at this point has 45 seconds remaining). What happens to Jammer A's penalty time when Jammer B sits?
  1. It is reduced to 0 and Jammer A is released
  2. It is reduced to 30 seconds
  3. It is reduced to 15 seconds
  4. Nothing
19 True or False: The skating surface and boundary lines don't need to have a particularly high contrast with each other.
  1. False
  2. True
20 An out of bounds skater steps one foot inside the track boundary line to become a straddling skater, passes two skaters, and then steps back completely out of bounds. With regard to Cutting the Track penalties, this is a:
  1. Penalty
  2. Expulsion
  3. No Impact/No Penalty
21 True or False: During a no Pack, the rear group may slow in order to avoid unsafe contact, assuming pack reformation is imminent.
  1. False
  2. True
22 What is the minimum width of the stripe on the Pivot's helmet cover?
  1. There is no limit
  2. 1.5 inches (3.81 cm)
  3. 2 inches (5 cm)
  4. 2.5 inches (6.3 cm)
23 Whilst out of play a skater blocks an opponent and their teammate gains relative position as a result. This is a/an:
  1. Penalty
  2. No Impact/No Penalty
  3. Expulsion
24 Who has a duty to assign Lead Jammer status?
  1. Jammers
  2. Blockers
  3. Referees
  4. Coaches
25 Who investigates the grievance during an Official Review?
  1. The skater in question
  2. The Head Referee
  3. The Captain
  4. The Captain or Designated Alternative
26 With the opposing Jammer in the penalty box, a team fails to field a Jammer. This is a/an:
  1. Penalty
  2. No Impact/No Penalty
  3. Expulsion
27 Which of these positions may a blocker be in at the jam-starting whistle?
  1. Laying on their back
  2. In a dog-pile
  3. Down on one knee
  4. Off the track
28 True or False: If a skater exits the front of the Engagement Zone, they may skate around the track and return to the Engagement Zone at the rear of the pack.
  1. False
  2. True
29 A skater initiates contact with a part of their body below the legal blocking zone causing the opponent to fall. This is a/an:
  1. No Impact/No Penalty
  2. Expulsion
  3. Penalty
30 True or False: A Pivot may line up on the Pivot Line.
  1. False
  2. True
31 A skater who makes repeated use of obscene, profane, or abusive language or gestures directed at an official will be subjected to a/an:
  1. No Impact/No Penalty
  2. Penalty
  3. Expulsion
32 A skater, after being waved off of a full penalty box, returning to the track in front of one pack skater of the same team is assessed a/an:
  1. Penalty
  2. Expulsion
  3. No Impact/No Penalty
33 A skater is said to have been assessed a penalty and sent to the penalty box when...
  1. a referee has completed the verbal cue and hand signal for that penalty
  2. the skater has left the track
  3. the action that warrants a penalty has been committed
  4. the skater is seated in the Penalty Box
34 How is the engagement zone defined?
  1. From the back of the pack to 10 feet (3 meters) in front
  2. From 20 feet (6 meters) behind the pack to 20 feet (6 meters) in front of the pack
  3. From the back to the front of the pack
  4. From the back of the pack to 20 feet (6 meters) in front
35 Skater position refers to ...
  1. where a skater is on the track during a game.
  2. the position a skater is playing in a given jam.
  3. where a skater is on the track during a given jam.
  4. the position a skater is sitting in.
36 True or False: A Jammer can't call off the jam if they were the Lead Jammer and in the course of natural gameplay their helmet cover was removed (assume when they attempted to call off the jam they did not have the helmet cover on).
  1. True
  2. False
37 True or False: The repeated use of obscene, profane, or abusive language or gestures directed at an official will result in an expulsion from the game.
  1. False
  2. True
38 True or False: Skaters can yield to undo Cutting the Track penalties.
  1. True
  2. False
39 An expelled skater fails to leave the track or staging area. This is a:
  1. Expulsion
  2. Penalty for the Expelled skater
  3. Penalty for the Captain
  4. No Impact/No Penalty
40 How many Jammers is a team permitted to field per jam?
  1. 5
  2. 1
  3. 2
  4. 3
41 True or False: Officials can only call an Official Timeout between jams and not during a jam in progress.
  1. False
  2. True
42 For a multi-player block to exist the link ...
  1. need not be physically challenged by the opposing skater
  2. must be physically challenged by the opposing skater
43 Entry to the penalty box which causes a teammate to either move or be forcibly contacted is subject to a/an:
  1. Penalty
  2. Expulsion
  3. No Impact/No Penalty
44 True or False: A Jammer who begins the jam in the penalty box is eligible to earn Lead Jammer status.
  1. False
  2. True
45 When does a Jammer score a point on opposing skaters not on the track?
  1. Never
  2. Once they enter the engagement zone
  3. On their first point scored on an opposing blocker
  4. Once they enter the pack
Pass mark: 36 / 45

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