Roller Derby Test O'Matic

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Pass mark: 36 / 45
# Question Answer Mark
1 Which of these are Jammer's privileges?
  1. Calling off the Jam at any time
  2. Passing their position to any Blocker on their team
  3. Earning Lead Jammer
2 Entry to the penalty box which causes a teammate to either move or be forcibly contacted is subject to a/an:
  1. Expulsion
  2. No Impact/No Penalty
  3. Penalty
3 True or False: Delay of Game penalties will be given for actions which cause skaters to skate slower.
  1. True
  2. False
4 The maximum number of Blockers from each team allowed on track during play is:
  1. 4
  2. 3
  3. Unlimited
  4. 6
5 One role of the Penalty Timing Officials is...
  1. To assist referees in ensuring a team skates short when they should
  2. To start jams
  3. To time 30 seconds between jams
  4. To end a jam that has run for 2 minutes
6 A skater makes incidental contact with their teammate's head, forcing the teammate off balance but not down. This is a/an:
  1. Legal Play
  2. No Impact/No Penalty
  3. Penalty
  4. Expulsion
7 Red Skater is on one knee when Blue Skater executes a block on Red Skater. Blue Skater is subjected to a/an:
  1. No Impact/No Penalty
  2. Expulsion
  3. Penalty
8 A skater attempts to block an opponent, misses and goes out of bounds as a result. This is a/an:
  1. Expulsion
  2. Legal Play
  3. Penalty
  4. No Impact/No Penalty
9 An in bounds, upright and skating skater has re-entered the track from out of bounds having cut one opposing skater. This is a/an:
  1. No Impact/No Penalty
  2. Expulsion
  3. Penalty
10 Which of these is a legal height for the track boundaries:
  1. 5 inches (13 cm)
  2. Anything above 0.25 inch (0.64 cm) and below 2 inches (5 cm)
  3. Flat
  4. 0.2 inches (0.50 cm)
11 True or False: Skaters must be skating and/or stepping in the counter-clockwise direction when executing a block.
  1. True
  2. False
12 Who has a duty to assign Lead Jammer status?
  1. Referees
  2. All skaters
  3. Jammers
  4. Blockers
13 An in bounds, upright and skating skater has re-entered the track from out of bounds having passed one out of play opposing skater. This is a/an:
  1. Penalty
  2. Expulsion
  3. No Impact/No Penalty
14 At most, how many skaters can be on the roster for a specific game?
  1. 7
  2. 14
  3. 5
  4. 6
15 A Jammer is on their initial pass of the pack, and has one Blocker ahead of them. The Jammer goes down but remains in bounds, and the Blocker skates clockwise past them. Assuming they meet all other criteria to become Lead Jammer ...
  1. they must re-pass the Blocker to become Lead Jammer
  2. they will be Not Lead Jammer
  3. they will be Lead Jammer
16 True or False: Once a star pass has been completed, the new Jammer can star pass back to the original Jammer
  1. True
  2. False
17 Who can legally call off a jam?
  1. Lead Jammer
  2. Any skater
  3. Either jammer
  4. Not Lead Jammer
18 True or False: A skater may re-enter the track in front of opposing skaters who are out of play.
  1. True
  2. False
19 A skater skates clockwise in a way which does not affect any other skaters. This is a/an:
  1. Legal Play
  2. No Impact/No Penalty
  3. Penalty
  4. Expulsion
20 Which of the following is a valid unique identification for a referee?
  1. Name and no number
  2. Name and number (the number has no restrictions)
  3. Referees do not need to wear any identification on their back
  4. Only a number, which may contain letters and symbols
21 Two skaters perform an impenetrable wall which is challenged by an opponent for two seconds. This is a/an:
  1. No Impact/No Penalty
  2. Expulsion
  3. Multi-Player Penalty
22 Which of these pieces of safety equipment may a penalised skater sat in the penalty box remove?
  1. Their wrist guards and helmet
  2. Their mouth guard
  3. Their helmet
  4. Their wrist guards
23 When may the pack begin rolling?
  1. at the jam-starting whistle
  2. any time before the start of the jam
24 If a Coach or Manager is expelled, who serves their penalty?
  1. The Captain
  2. Any team skater
  3. They do
  4. The nearest Pivot
25 Where must each skater visibly display their number?
  1. Sleeve or arm
  2. Hip or thigh
  3. Helmet
  4. Front of their uniform
26 Blocking to the back is...
  1. Hitting an opponent in the back of the torso, back of the legs, or back of the buttocks
  2. Hitting an opponent in the back of the torso or back of the legs only
  3. Hitting an opponent in the back of the torso or back of the buttocks only
  4. Hitting an opponent in the back of the torso only
27 A skater repeatedly skates across the infield in a way which gives them a small but noticeable shortening of their lap. When will they receive a Penalty?
  1. When it is deemed the total distance shortened is "substantial"
  2. The first time
  3. Never
  4. When it has happened 3 or more times
28 True or False: When engaging an opponent, elbows may be swung with upward or downward motion.
  1. False
  2. True
29 A skater exiting the penalty box before their penalty time finishes after being incorrectly instructed to do so by the penalty box official, must return to the box and finish the penalty and will be assessed a/an:
  1. Penalty
  2. Expulsion
  3. No Impact/No Penalty
30 A skater mishears an Official issuing a penalty and skates out of bounds thinking it has been issued to them when it has not been. This is a/an:
  1. Legal Play
  2. No Impact/No Penalty
  3. Expulsion
  4. Penalty
31 A skater successfully jumps the apex but mistakenly believes they landed out of bounds before re-entering the track. They intentionally exit the track. This is a/an
  1. No Impact/No Penalty
  2. Skating Out of Bounds Penalty
  3. Expulsion
  4. Cutting Penalty
32 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
33 One skater taps an opposing skater on the back, which has no effect on the receiver. The initiator of the tapping may receive...
  1. Expulsion
  2. No Impact/No Penalty
  3. Penalty
34 A skater, while stopped on the track, assists a downed teammate to an upright position. This is a/an:
  1. Expulsion
  2. Legal Play
  3. Penalty
35 Unintentional positional blocking is...
  1. Always legal
  2. Possibly illegal
36 What is the minimum width of the stripe on the Pivot's helmet cover?
  1. 2 inches (5 cm)
  2. 1 inch (2.54 cm)
  3. There is no limit
  4. 1.5 inches (3.81 cm)
37 The official period clock stops...
  1. during the line up time between each jam, but it starts again if the time exceeds 30 seconds
  2. during the line up time between each jam
  3. when the line up time between jams exceeds 30 seconds
38 True or False: A referee may increase the severity of a penalty at their discretion.
  1. False
  2. True
39 Any contact between skates and wheels that is outside the normal skating motion and causes an opponent to stumble but not fall is a/an...
  1. Penalty
  2. Expulsion
  3. No Impact/No Penalty
40 If Jammer A fouls out and Jammer B is sent to the penalty box in the same jam, what happens?
  1. The jam is immediately whistled dead by a referee when Jammer B has left the track
  2. The jam is immediately whistled dead by a referee when Jammer B is seated in the box
  3. The jam continues with no jammer on track
  4. Jammer B is released after serving 10 seconds
41 True or False: A skater may return in bounds in front of a blocker who blocked them out of bounds if the initiating skater exits the Engagement Zone at any time after the initial block.
  1. True
  2. False
42 Two skaters recklessly contact an opponent whilst forming an illegal multiplayer-block. This is a/an:
  1. No Impact/No Penalty
  2. Penalty
  3. Expulsion
43 True or False: As long as they are all of high contrast beyond a reasonable doubt, a team can use multiple colour schemes for their helmet covers during a game.
  1. True
  2. False
44 Red 7 is blocked out of bounds then re-enters the track in front of Blue 4, who was the initiator of the block. Before Red 7 re-entered the track Blue 4 had been illegally blocked out of bounds. For Red 7, this is a:
  1. Penalty
  2. Expulsion
  3. No Pass/No Penalty
45 Initiating contact on an opponent after the fourth whistle that causes the opposing skater to become slightly off balance but not fall or go out of bounds will result in a/an:
  1. Expulsion
  2. No Impact/No Penalty
  3. Penalty
Pass mark: 36 / 45

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