Egzaminy już w najbliższy weekend

W tym roku, aby przystąpić do egzaminu odnowienia licencji należy rozwiązać “Recertification Pretest” i przynieść go na egzaminy właściwe. TEST 2009 publikujemy poniżej lub możemy go ściągnąć ze strony Powodzenia.
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Illinois Recertification Pretest 2009

1. While in his own penalty area, defender blue #14 impedes the forward running motion of attacker red #12. The Referee whistles for this infraction and points to the penalty spot, however, a moment later, red #12 strikes blue #14 and knocks him to the ground. What is the restart?

a. Penalty Kick for red.
b. Indirect Free Kick for red.
c. Direct Free Kick for blue.

2. A goal is scored by the blue team, but before the game has re-started, the Assistant Referee notifies the Referee that the blue team had 12 players on the field when the goal was scored. What is the re-start?

a. Kick Off for red (defenders).
b. Indirect Free Kick for red.
c. Goal Kick for red.

3. A blue attacking player dribbles the ball into the red teams’ goal area and shoots towards goal. The shot goes wide of the net. The blue attacker makes incidental contact with the red goalkeeper during this shot and falls to the ground. The blue attacker gets up and says something to the goalkeeper. The goalkeeper pushes the attacker away and the attacker falls to the ground. What is the re-start?

a. Goal Kick for red.
b. Penalty Kick for blue.
c. Indirect Free Kick for blue.

4. An assistant coach within his/her own team’s bench area yells out in an obviously dissenting manner directed toward the Referee. You are the referee. What if anything do you do?

a. Verbally warn the assistant coach and remind him/her to refrain from further dissent. Do not show a yellow card to the assistant coach.
b. Verbally warn the assistant coach, displaying the yellow card so all participants are aware of the caution.
c. Nothing.

5. A fan runs onto the field of play and stops the ball from entering the goal. What should the referee do?

a. Stop play. After the fan is removed, restart with a Kick Off because the ball was going into the goal.
b. Stop play. After the fan is removed, restart with a Goal Kick because the fan pushed the ball wide of the goal.
c. Stop play. After the fan is removed, restart with a Dropped Ball.

6. Red defender #8 is running hard to blue attacker #7, who is dribbling the ball. Red defender #8 makes a sliding tackle, feet first into the path of blue #7 and toes the ball away from blue, with his trailing leg carelessly clipping the ankle of the attacker. What if anything should the referee do?

a. Nothing, no foul.
b. Stop play, award an Indirect Free Kick to blue.
c. Stop play, award a Direct Free Kick to blue.

7. The same as above but this time blue attacker #7 falls over the outstretched leg of red defender #8. What if anything should the referee do?

a. Nothing, no foul.
b. Stop play, award an Indirect Free Kick to blue.
c. Stop play, award a Direct Free Kick to blue.

8. A red defender #8 commits a tactical foul by deliberately handling a ball that was passed by a blue attacker to the attacker’s team mate that was not marked and also onside. However, the ball deflects off this defender’s hand and goes directly to an attacker that is in an offside position who then dribbles the ball and scores. You are the referee, what is your decision?

a. Stop play, award a Direct Free Kick to blue from the spot of the handling. Caution red #8.
b. Nothing, allow the goal, restart with a Kick off.
c. Apply advantage to the handling, stop play for the offside infraction and restart with a Indirect Free Kick for red. Caution red #8 before the restart.

9. The referee applies advantage for the red team and play proceeds into the blue team’ penalty area. A blue defender, inside their own penalty area, spits at the referee who is also inside the penalty area. What action if any should the referee take?

a. Stop play, send off the blue defender, restart with a Penalty Kick for red.
b. Stop play, send off the blue defender, restart with an Indirect Free Kick for red.
c. Nothing, allow play to continue and send off the blue defender at the next stoppage of play. Restart as required by the stoppage.

10. In a U-10 girl’s game, attacking red #11 attempts to volley a ball that is waist high. She makes partial contact with the ball and spins around completing her kicking motion. This kicking motion makes her hand hit the ball while her back was to the ball and the ball lands at her feet, only ten feet from her opponents’ goal. She then kicks the ball and puts it into the back of the blue teams net. What is the proper restart?

a. Direct Free Kick for blue at the point of the handling foul.
b. Kick Off for blue, Goal, no intentional handling.
c. Indirect Free Kick for blue at the point of the unintentional handling.

11. A shot is taken by a blue attacker and the ball goes into the red goal and the red goalkeeper quickly pulls it out. The blue attacking players are cheering and the red defenders are shaking their heads no and waving their fingers. The Referee glances over to his Assistant Referee and gets the signal that a goal has been scored. What is that signal?

a. If the ball crosses the goal line, under the crossbar and between the posts, the AR raises the flag straight up, establishes eye contact with the referee, waits for an acknowledgement and then runs a short distance up the touch line to take position for a Kick Off.
b. The AR points the flag toward the goal area making eye contact with the Referee.
c. The AR stands at attention with the flag held straight down at the side.

12. The red goalkeeper has control of the ball with his hands during play and decides to put the ball on the ground and dribble the ball out of the penalty area. A blue attacker sees this and challenges the red goalkeeper for the ball. The goalkeeper dribbles the ball back into his penalty area and picks up the ball with his hands. What if anything should the Referee do?

a. Nothing, no foul.
b. Stop play, award a Penalty Kick to blue from the spot where the red goalkeeper picked up the ball.
c. Stop play, award an Indirect Free Kick to blue from the spot where the red goalkeeper picked up the ball.

13. During a penalty kick, the designated blue kicker kicks the ball backwards to a blue teammate who kicks the ball into the back of the net. What is the restart?

a. Retake the Penalty Kick.
b. Restart with a Goal Kick.
c. Restart with an Indirect Free Kick for red.

14. Player red #15 has fallen to the ground with the ball close by. Blue player # 6 tries to get control of the ball but red #15 is kicking the ball and the blue player backs off from the play fearing he may hurt the opponent on the ground. The red player guilty of playing in a dangerous manner and a Indirect Free Kick should be awarded to blue?

a. True.
b. False.

15. What conditions are necessary for a foul to have been committed?

a. Must be on the field.
b. Against an opponent.
c. The ball in play.
d. By a player.
e. All of the above.

16. A blue player starts the game without shinguards. During the first half, the referee notices this and tells the player to leave the field and correct his equipment. The player says he does not have a pair of shinguards and the last referee allowed him to play as long as he did not slide tackle. You are the Referee. Do you allow this player to play without shinguards as long as he does not slide tackle?

a. Yes, The last referee already approved this.
b. No, Players not properly equipped cannot participate.

17. The visiting team presents their roster and all 18 passes to the referee. However, only 6 players are present. The home team does the same but they only have 9 players present. The visiting team says there is a tie up on the expressway and the rest of the players will come soon. The home team wants to play, and is willing to allow them to add players later as they arrive. You are the Referee what should you do?

a. If both teams agree, start play.
b. Do not start play unless a minimum of 7 players are available from each team.

18. A player, in an offside position, receives the ball directly from a teammate’s throw in. Do you allow the play to continue?

a. Yes, No Offside.
b. No, Offside.

19. Two players challenge for the ball close to the goal line. The ball passes out over the goal line and you blow your whistle. You look to your AR for help and get none. You saw the play but it looked like both players had a foot on the ball before it crossed the line. What do you do?

a. Dropped Ball.
b. Ask one of the players.
c. Make a decision, that’s what you’re there for.

20. As play is developing you see there is a good chance for the red team to shoot on goal. The blue team tackles the red attacker with the ball and blue has committed a foul in the process. You count to two before you whistle and during these two seconds, the red player recovers and passes the ball to a teammate who lets the ball rip towards the goal. The parents and coaches are yelling for a foul but you allowed play to continue. How do you announce your decision?

a. Yell ‘Play on!’ or ‘Advantage!’ and move both hands forward in a sweeping motion at waist level.
b. Yell ‘No Foul, You got the Ball’.
c. Stop play and warn the coaches about dissent.