WFTDA Official Rules Test

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1.
1 point
Team A's Jammer is not on the track prior to the jam starting whistle. Team A is allowed to send their Jammer from their bench onto the track to play in the in-progress jam.
2.
1 point
Skaters may legally re-enter the track in front of the opponent who forced them out-of-bounds, if that opponent went out-of-bounds herself at any point after the initiating block.
3.
1 point
A downed skater who slides out-of-bounds and then back in-bounds while still down may be penalized for cutting.
4.
1 point
Which part of the body is considered an illegal blocking zone?
5.
1 point
How many timeouts does each team have per game?
6.
1 point
Which of the following must a skater do when re-entering the track from the penalty box?
7.
1 point
Which of the following are illegal procedure penalties?
8.
1 point
When initiating a block, a skater must be in-bounds, but she may pick up momentum from out-of-bounds prior to returning to the track.
9.
1 point
A Jammer must legally pass an on-the-track opponent to score points on players not on the track (NOTT).
10.
1 point
A skater who is Lead Jammer can call off the jam as she is being removed from play due to a penalty.
11.
1 point
What is the maximum number of skaters from one team that can be seated in the penalty box at one time?
12.
1 point
What happens when a Jammer who has not been declared Lead Jammer successfully calls off the jam?
13.
1 point
What is the referee whistle signal for a major penalty?
14.
1 point
At most, how many seconds can elapse after a timeout before the next jam begins?
15.
1 point
A Jammer must stay in-bounds to remain Lead Jammer.
16.
1 point
Helmet Covers may be retrieved while skating in which direction?
17.
1 point
What kind of penalty would be issued in the following scenario: Downed skater re-entering the track causes an opposing skater to stumble but not fall or lose relative position.
18.
1 point
It is a major penalty to touch an opponent with forearms or hands for three or more seconds.
19.
1 point
If a skater is illegally blocked outside of the engagement zone she may legally counter-block.
20.
1 point
All referees must give you a warning before issuing which types of penalties:
21.
1 point
What kind of penalty would be issued in the following scenario: An in-bounds, upright, and skating skater re-enters the track from out-of-bounds in front of multiple in-bounds skaters during a no pack scenario, resulting in her having bettered her position.
22.
1 point
Blockers that advance or chase the Jammer out of the Engagement Zone are considered part of and belonging to point totals of the previous (just completed) scoring pass.
23.
1 point
Which referees are allowed to expel as skater?
24.
1 point
If a referee is not sure whether an action warrants a major or expulsion, it must be called as:
25.
1 point
Which of the following safety gear may be removed when seated in the penalty box?
26.
1 point
A penalized skater's teammates, managers, and coaches may not at any time physically enter the designated penalty box area to communicate with the penalized skater.
27.
1 point
Who gets the penalty when a jam is called off for too many skaters on the track and the offending team did not field a Pivot, and the referees are not sure who the last Blocker on the track was.
28.
1 point
What kind of penalty would be issued in the following scenario: A skater initiates contact or engages an opponent before the first whistle, forcing the receiving opposing skater off balance, forward or sideways, but does not cause her to lose her established starting position.
29.
1 point
The engagement zone includes:
30.
1 point
Which of the following is a "no pack" situation?
31.
1 point
A Blocker's proximity to other Blockers is measured by her fingertips.
32.
1 point
To legally regain position in the pack after having fallen behind or recovering from a fall, a skater must:
33.
1 point
Which of the following is an example of a multiple-player block?
34.
1 point
If a skater jumps, it is illegal to hit her while she is in the air.
35.
1 point
If a skater re-enters the track from out-of-bounds in front of an opposing skater, bettering her position, she will not receive a cutting the track penalty as long as she yields the right of way.
36.
1 point
Standing during the last 10 seconds of a penalty is optional.
37.
1 point
If a Jammer false starts but yields advantage, she will not receive any penalty.
38.
1 point
Gross misconduct includes which of the following?
39.
1 point
What kind of penalty would be issued in the following scenario: A skater is called out on a penalty and she asks the referee why she's being called off. She refuses to leave the track after the referee repeatedly calls the skater on the penalty.
40.
1 point
Referees will whistle a jam dead if:
41.
1 point
After serving a penalty, a Jammer who re-enters the track behind the pack but in front of the opposing Jammer, receives a minor penalty.
42.
1 point
A Blocker who lines up for a jam but is knocked out-of-bounds just prior to the first whistle may not participate in that jam.
43.
1 point
A skater who leaves the penalty box during a team timeout to participate in the team huddle will receive an insubordination major penalty.
44.
1 point
Which of the following will result in a player fouling out of a game?
45.
1 point
If a safety hazard on the track has forced a referee to whistle a jam dead after the time on the period clock has run out but not before the jam clock has run out, the Head Referee may call for an additional jam.