Roller Derby Test O'Matic

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Pass mark: 36 / 45
# Question Answer Mark
1 Referees are required to wear the following safety equipment with hard protective shells or inserts in addition to that which is required as a minimum by the liability insurer:
  1. Shin Guard
  2. Chin Guard
  3. Knee Pads
  4. Mouth Guard
2 Using a member of your own team to slow down in a way which does not block an opposing skater is a/an ...
  1. Multi-Player Penalty
  2. No Impact/No Penalty
  3. Expulsion
3 Chairs or benches in designated team areas can be ...
  1. on the sidelines or in the infield
  2. only on the sidelines
  3. only in the infield
4 Who may physically enter the designated penalty box area to communicate with a penalized skater?
  1. A penalized skater's manager
  2. A penalized skater's coach
  3. Neither a penalized skater's teammates, manager, or coach
  4. A penalized skater's teammates
5 True or False: Only an official can start (signal for the clock to stop) a team timeout.
  1. True
  2. False
6 When are Jammer scores announced?
  1. Once the Jammer has cleared the foremost pack skater by 10 feet (3 meters)
  2. Once the Jammer has cleared the foremost pack skater
  3. Once the Jammer has cleared the engagement zone
  4. Immediately when they are earned
7 When does the official period clock start?
  1. as the skaters are lining up before the first jam
  2. on the jam-starting whistle of the first jam
  3. when both teams are ready and before the kit check
  4. once the audience are seated
8 A team accidentally forgets to field a jammer. The opposing jammer scores their first point of a scoring pass, how many points are they awarded?
  1. 4
  2. 2
  3. 1
  4. 3
9 On the Jammer's initial pass through the pack, if a Jammer passes three opposing Blockers legally and one opposing Blocker illegally ...
  1. they can only be Lead Jammer if they re-pass all Blockers
  2. they can only be Lead Jammer if they re-pass the Blocker they did not legally pass
  3. they can not be Lead Jammer
10 True or False: When returning to the track from the penalty box, a skater may return in front of opposing skaters who are out of play.
  1. True
  2. False
11 True or False: Skaters may take jam-starting positions which delay the formation of a pack after the jam-start whistle.
  1. True
  2. False
12 What is the number one priority for Referees?
  1. Score
  2. Looking good
  3. Safety
  4. Fun
13 A Jammer scores on two opposing blockers and is then sent to the penalty box. An opposing skater not yet scored on is sent to the penalty box. When does the penalized Jammer get a point for the penalised blocker?
  1. They don't
  2. When they have legally returned in bounds during the same jam
  3. When they next score on an on-track skater during the same jam
  4. When they next pass the penalized skater during the same jam
14 Two teammates form an impenetrable wall between them which is not challenged by any opponents. This is a/an:
  1. Expulsion
  2. Legal Play
  3. Multi-Player Penalty
15 Who may remove a helmet cover mid-jam (assuming it is not being worn in error)?
  1. An Official
  2. A teammate
  3. Only the skater with the position designated by the helmet cover
  4. An opponent
16 A skater contacts an opposing skater whilst out of play which forces the opposing skater off-balance, but not to fall or lose relative position. This is a/an:
  1. Expulsion
  2. No Impact/No Penalty
  3. Penalty
17 When are skaters permitted to stop on the track?
  1. When they do not block, assist or otherwise engage upright & skating teammates
  2. When they do not block opponents
  3. When they do not block, assist or otherwise engage opponents or upright & skating teammates
  4. When they do not block, assist or otherwise engage opponents
18 True or False: A Jammer can receive a point on a blocker they illegally pass.
  1. False
  2. True
19 A skater attempts, and fails, to choke an opponent. This is a/an:
  1. Penalty
  2. Expulsion
  3. No Impact/No Penalty
20 A skater initiates a block with the head (including physical contact). This is a/an:
  1. Penalty
  2. No Impact/No Penalty
  3. Expulsion
21 A skater initiates an assist whilst out of play which improves the recipient's relative position. This is a/an:
  1. Penalty
  2. No Impact/No Penalty
  3. Expulsion
22 A skater makes contact with an opponent who is touching the track exclusively outside the track boundary, but it does not affect the opposing skater's ability to re-enter play or improve the skater initialing contact's relative position. This is a/an:
  1. No Impact/No Penalty
  2. Penalty
  3. Expulsion
23 The method of marking dimensions (tape, rope, etc), including suggested 10 foot (3 meter) marks, is ...
  1. subject to the restrictions of the venue
  2. clearly defined and mandatory
  3. allowed to be made of fire
24 A penalized skater was waved off from a full penalty box right before the Jam came to its natural conclusion. The waved off skater then returns to his/her bench for the next Jam. This skater's act is now subjected to a/an:
  1. Penalty
  2. No Impact/No Penalty
  3. Expulsion
25 A skater willfully failing to leave the floor after fouling out is assessed a/an:
  1. Expulsion
  2. No Impact/No Penalty
  3. Penalty
26 If the jam starts and there are too many skaters, and the referees can't pull a skater off the track for some reason, they must ...
  1. stop the jam
  2. keep trying to pull a skater off the track
  3. allow the jam to continue
27 A skater illegally blocks a star pass. This is a/an:
  1. Penalty
  2. No Impact/No Penalty
  3. Expulsion
28 The Captain of a team has been assessed 6 penalties in total. A teammate commits a penalty which is assessed to the Captain. The Captain...
  1. Must serve a penalty and fouls out
  2. Must serve a penalty but has not fouled out
29 If you make contact to an opposing skater in the back and force them to wobble on their skates but not fall, it's a...
  1. Expulsion
  2. No Impact/No Penalty
  3. Penalty
30 An in bounds skater may actively block or hit a returning skater when ....
  1. both of the returning skater's skates are touching any in bounds track territory
  2. no part of the returning skater's skates are touching any in bounds track territory
  3. any part of the returning skater's skates are touching any in bounds track territory
  4. both of the returning skater's skates are completely within the track territory
31 A team's Captain is no longer skating in the game (for example; after fouling out, being expelled, or injury) and a rule calls for the Captain to receive a penalty ...
  1. a penalty is issued only if a team has named a new Captain
  2. a penalty is issued to the teams new Captain. If the team refuse to designate a captain the Head Referee selects the skater to be named Captain
  3. no penalty is issued
32 True or False: A Blocker 16 feet (4.9 meters) from the front of the Pack can block and assist.
  1. True
  2. False
33 Skater Red 5 was called for a Penalty and was subsequently signalled off the track. This penalty was their seventh trip to Penalty Box. However Skater Red 5 wilfully failed to leave the floor. What penalty will be assessed to Skater Red 5?
  1. Penalty
  2. Expulsion
  3. No Impact/No Penalty
34 True or False: Skaters who are injured prior to the game may play if they have received clearance from their doctor.
  1. True
  2. False
35 A skater swings their elbow in such a way that forces an opponent slightly off balance but does not cause them to lose their relative position. This is a/an:
  1. Expulsion
  2. No Impact/No Penalty
  3. Penalty
36 Numbers on the back of uniforms must be ...
  1. At least 8 inches (20 cm) tall
  2. At least 12 inches (30 cm) tall
  3. At least 4 inches (10 cm) tall
  4. At least 6 inches (15 cm) tall
37 A skater engages an opponent after the fourth whistle of the jam and forces them severely off balance. This is a/an:
  1. Expulsion
  2. Penalty
  3. No Impact/No Penalty
38 Referees have a duty to ensure that the skaters are wearing ...
  1. toe stops on their skates
  2. helmet panties
  3. the correct uniforms
  4. all required safety equipment
39 One role of the Jam Timer is...
  1. To time penalties
  2. To time 30 seconds between jams
  3. To record the penalties reported by the referees
  4. To keep track of the official penalty tally
40 True or False: Skaters must be upright and skating or standing to receive Cutting the Track penalties.
  1. True
  2. False
41 A Captain calls a timeout when they are allowed to do so. This is a/an:
  1. No Impact/No Penalty
  2. Expulsion
  3. Legal Play
  4. Delay of Game Penalty
42 Who may line up on the Pivot line?
  1. Anyone who is not a Pivot
  2. Only Pivots
  3. Blockers (as long as the Pivots are not on the Pivot line)
  4. Jammers
43 True or False: There is no required minimum time for jammers to serve in the penalty box (other than when both jammers sit down in the penalty box at exactly the same time).
  1. True
  2. False
44 If a skater is in play and either stepping or skating counter-clockwise, they may...
  1. Only block other skaters who are in play and either stepping or skating counter-clockwise
  2. Block other skaters who are in play, even if they are stationary, stepping or skating clockwise
45 A skater recklessly blocks an opposing skater who is out of play. This is a/an:
  1. Penalty
  2. Expulsion
  3. No Impact/No Penalty
Pass mark: 36 / 45

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