Roller Derby Test O'Matic

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Pass mark: 36 / 45
# Question Answer Mark
1 A skater skates across the infield to shorten the distance they have to travel to get to the penalty box. This is a/an:
  1. No Impact/No Penalty
  2. Expulsion
  3. Penalty
2 A Captain calls a timeout when they are allowed to do so. This is a/an:
  1. Delay of Game Penalty
  2. No Impact/No Penalty
  3. Expulsion
  4. Legal Play
3 A player removes themselves from play. The opposing Jammer scores their first point of a scoring pass, how many points are they awarded?
  1. 3
  2. 4
  3. 2
  4. 1
4 True or False: A Jammer can score on a Blocker who is out of bounds
  1. False
  2. True
5 True or False: A referee must give a skater an Out of Play warning before giving them a penalty for blocking while out of play.
  1. False
  2. True
6 A skater was given a penalty, then was waived off from the penalty box as it was full. The jam ends before they sit their penalty. If the skater does not stay on track for the next jam they ...
  1. do not serve their penalty
  2. will serve their penalty the next time they are on track
  3. are penalised
7 The Jammer Starting Position is ...
  1. on the Jammer Line
  2. anywhere behind the Blockers
  3. only behind the Jammer Line
  4. on or behind the Jammer Line
8 If Blue team has two blockers in the penalty box and Red jammer scores on a Blue blocker, how many points is the jammer awarded?
  1. 2
  2. 5
  3. 3
  4. 1
9 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. Penalty
  2. Expulsion
  3. No Impact/No Penalty
10 A skater illegally destroys the pack. This is a:
  1. Expulsion
  2. Penalty
  3. No Impact/No Penalty
11 True or False: A skater who is in bounds must yield right of way to an out of bounds skater
  1. True
  2. False
12 Which of these is the lower limit on the height of the track boundaries?
  1. 0.50 inch (1.27 cm)
  2. 0.20 inch (0.50 cm)
  3. 0.10 inch (0.25 cm)
  4. 0.25 inch (0.64 cm)
13 A blocker is scored on, and chases a Jammer out of the Engagement Zone and overtakes them. The Blocker is passed for a second time whilst 25 feet (7.6 meters) from the front of the pack. How many points has the Jammer scored on that Blocker in total?
  1. One during the first "pass" and one during the second "pass"
  2. No points
  3. One during the first "pass"
  4. Two, during the first "pass"
14 True or False: Referee discretion is intended ONLY to allow referees to keep the game safe, fair, and consistent in the event that an unexpected situation arises.
  1. False
  2. True
15 True or False: A Jammer is sent to the penalty box halfway through a scoring pass, and returns to the track in the same jam. The Jammer has the opportunity to complete the pass on the remaining unpassed skaters.
  1. True
  2. False
16 At the conclusion of a timeout, what is the longest time to wait until the next jam starts (assume these are regular jams, not overtime jams)?
  1. As long as necessary
  2. 10 seconds
  3. 20 seconds
  4. 30 seconds
17 Jumping onto or into a pile of fighting skaters (i.e., "dog pile") is grounds for a/an:
  1. Misconduct Penalty
  2. Penalty
  3. Expulsion or Suspension
18 During an overtime jam, Jammers start scoring points on which pass through the pack?
  1. Third
  2. Fourth
  3. Second
  4. First (Initial)
19 True or False: A visible "C" on the arm or uniform is mandatory for team's Captain
  1. False, it's optional
  2. True, it's mandatory
20 The Pivot line is:
  1. a curved line across the track at the head of the straightaway
  2. a diagonal line across the track at the head of the straightaway
  3. a diagonal line across the track at any point along the straightaway
  4. a straight line across the track at the head of the straightaway
21 During a timeout, a penalized skater's teammate enters the designated penalty box area to communicate with the penalized skater. This is a/an:
  1. No Impact/No Penalty
  2. Expulsion
  3. Penalty
22 If the referee is in doubt on a call ...
  1. they must call a penalty
  2. they must not call a penalty
23 Who is eligible to accrue points?
  1. Any skater
  2. Only skaters wearing the designated Jammer helmet cover, regardless of star visibility
  3. Only skaters wearing the designated Pivot helmet cover with visible stripe
  4. Only skaters wearing the designated Jammer helmet cover with visible stars
24 Serious physical violence or any action deemed by the officials to cause an extraordinary physical threat is grounds for a/an:
  1. Penalty
  2. No Impact/No Penalty
  3. Expulsion
25 How is the engagement zone defined?
  1. From the back to the front of the pack
  2. From 10 feet (3 meters) behind the pack to 10 feet (3 meters) in front of the pack
  3. From the back of the pack to 10 feet (3 meters) in front
  4. From 20 feet (6 meters) behind the pack to 20 feet (6 meters) in front of the pack
26 Jammer A is sent to the penalty box. Jammer B is then sent to the penalty box, releasing Jammer A. But oh no; Jammer A is sent back to the box before Jammer B is released. What happens?
  1. Jammer A serves the same amount of time as Jammer B, Jammer B is immediately released
  2. Both Jammers are released immediately
  3. Each Jammer serves their full, remaining time, and there is no Jammer on the track for a short time
  4. Both Jammers serve 10 seconds and are released
27 If you grab an opponent to assist yourself when blocking another skater, this is a/an ...
  1. No Impact/No Penalty
  2. Expulsion
  3. Penalty
28 An inactive Jammer is...
  1. any Jammer who is designated Not Lead jammer
  2. any Jammer who is not wearing the Jammer helmet cover with visible stars
29 Which of these is an example of illegally destroying the pack, or creating a "no pack" situation? A skater, skaters or team ...
  1. accidentally fall
  2. are blocked out of play
  3. coast to drop back 5 feet (1.5 meters) behind the opposing team
  4. intentionally fall
30 A skater is blocked to the outfield, then whilst remaining down crosses the track to the infield. This is a/an:
  1. Expulsion
  2. Cutting the Track Penalty
  3. Skating Out of Bounds Penalty
  4. No Impact/No Penalty
31 A skater attempts to block an opponent, succeeds but skates out of bounds as a result. This is a/an:
  1. Penalty
  2. Expulsion
  3. No Impact/No Penalty
32 How long do you serve in the Penalty Box for a single penalty?
  1. 50 seconds
  2. 1 minute
  3. 90 seconds
  4. 30 seconds
33 True or False: A Pivot can become Lead Jammer if Passing the Star has occured
  1. True
  2. False
34 True or False: Referees may break up fights at their discretion.
  1. True
  2. False
35 If the Lead Jammer passes the star ...
  1. The new Jammer is now Lead Jammer
  2. The new Jammer can become Lead Jammer
  3. The opposing Jammer can become Lead Jammer
  4. There will not be a Lead Jammer for this jam
36 What does the whistle signal of one long blast mean?
  1. Jam Called Off/Ended
  2. Jam Start
  3. Penalty
  4. Game Called Off/Ended
37 True or False: If a skater Fouls Out at the start of a jam they are permitted to return to play once they have served 30 seconds in the penalty box.
  1. True
  2. False
38 For a multi-player block to exist the link ...
  1. must be physically challenged by the opposing skater
  2. need not be physically challenged by the opposing skater
39 If a skater is not wearing the Pivot helmet cover, isn't lined up in the Pivot starting position, but has the helmet cover in their hand ...
  1. They are a Pivot
  2. They are a Blocker, unable to become a Pivot
  3. They are a Blocker, able to become a Pivot
40 True or False: When judging Cutting the Track penalties, only opposing skaters that are passed are counted.
  1. True
  2. False
41 What does the whistle signal of four rapid blasts mean:
  1. Penalty
  2. Game Called Off/Ended
  3. Jam Start
  4. Jam Called Off/Ended
42 How long does an overtime jam last?
  1. 2 minutes or until the Lead Jammer calls off the jam
  2. Until one team scores 5 points
  3. 2 minutes
  4. 1 minute
43 At what point would skating in the normal skating motion that repeatedly causes opponents to stumble result in a Low Blocking penalty?
  1. When it's happened four or more times
  2. There is no limit
  3. When it has happened enough to be classed as "habitual"
  4. The first time
44 A player begins an unintentional clockwise block and gets distracted by somebody in the crowd. They negligently and forcefully clockwise block an opponent. This is a/an:
  1. No Impact/No Penalty
  2. Penalty
  3. Expulsion
45 True or False: A team may name a new Designated Alternate, if the existing Designated Alternate is injured and unable to continue in the game.
  1. True
  2. False
Pass mark: 36 / 45

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