Maryland Swimming Meet Directors Test
All Meet Directors must take and pass the Maryland Swimming (MDSI) Meet Directors Test with a score of 80% or above every 2 years.
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1. Which of the following is NOT true to be certified as a Maryland Swimming (MDSI) Meet Director? *
5 points
2. Who must review and sign off on a Meet Notice before it is sent to the Maryland Swimming Office? *
5 points
3. When must the host team submit a Meet Notice and Event file to the MDSI Office for review? *
5 points
4. MDSI is responsible for securing facilities for all meets on the MDSI schedule *
5 points
5. What type of meet conforms to the USA Swimming technical rules and allows participation of both USA Registered members and non-members? *
5 points
6. A closed meet on the MDSI Meet Schedule is open to all swimmers *
5 points
7. If a team wishes to add a meet to the MDSI Meet Schedule they must submit which information below 30 days prior to the meet? *
5 points
8. The Meet Referee listed on the published sanctioned Meet Notice must be present at all sessions of the meet? *
5 points
9. When should the MDSI Equipment Chair be contacted to rent meet equipment? *
5 points
10. MDSI provides the following supplies for each meet on the published schedule *
5 points
11. Which fee listed below may NOT be charged to a swimmer entered in the meet? *
5 points
12. A Meet Director is responsible for assigning officials to deck positions. *
5 points
13. Who has to authorize changes to Warm-up and Meet Start times? *
5 points
14. For meet sessions with 12 & Under swimmers, what is the time limit for the session? *
5 points
15. In an emergency situation, a Meet Director can assume the responsibilities of the following position during the meet? *
5 points
16. If a coach informs you that one of his swimmers is not registered with USA Swimming, what should you do? *
5 points
17. What is required to be checked for Pool Deck Access?
5 points
18. Swimmers NOT entered in the meet can be on the pool deck with their teammates who are entered in the meet. *
5 points
19. Requirements for positive check-in events must be listed in the Meet Notice. *
5 points
20. Who has the final decision regarding the conduct of the meet? *
5 points
21. When should a Meet Director begin looking for volunteers to help at the meet? *
5 points
22. A coach is yelling at one of the volunteer timers saying they messed up. What should the Meet Director do? *
5 points
23. Only LSC certified photographers are permitted to take pictures on deck at any meet with prior approval from the Meet Director, Meet Referee and MDSI Office. *
5 points
24. One of the swimmers in the meet gets hurt after falling on a slippery floor. What should the Meet Director do? *
5 points
25. Safety Marshals are NOT required to watch the pool during warm-ups or cool down? *
5 points
26. A swimmer has gotten sick on the pool deck. Is that swimmer allowed to continue to swim? *
5 points
27. The Meet Director is contacted after the meet about the time a swimmer received in an event? Who should the Meet Director contact? *
5 points
28. For an open, sanctioned meet, which of the following is the host team NOT responsible for paying to Maryland Swimming within 30 days following the meet? *
5 points
29. Several swimmers were No Shows at the meet. Can you fine the swimmer $50 for each events they were a no show? *
5 points
30. Which reports should the Meet Director submit to the MDSI Office no later than 30 days following the meet? *
5 points
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