Debate Aptitude Test
While nowhere near as rigorous as the Student Aptitude Test (SAT) that will define the future of most college-bound students, the Debate Aptitude Test attempts to provide some measure of your experience and knowledge of debate theory. Simply answer the questions to the best of your ability, and your answers will be recorded in a database. Once finished, you'll be able to compare your answers with the correct answers. If you're a WhyDebate participant, note that on the survey so I can assess what we need to cover throughout the week.

Finally, if you completely don't know the answer to a question, mark "I don't know". If you think you know the answer, go ahead and answer.
Please name the stock issues
(separated by a comma and a space)
Your answer
In this year's resolution, the actor is:
A disadvantage is always a(n):
Which of the following is not a component of a disadvantage?
A topicality press is a mitigation argument.
A solvency argument is an offensive argument.
Which of the following is NOT a part of the structure of a topicality press?
Which of the following is a turn on an argument?
Which of the following is a type of inherency?
An advocacy permutation:
A kritik must have which of the following components:
"PIC" is an abbreviation for:
Your answer
The phrase "declaring conditionality" applies to:
I participate in: *
(for statistical analysis-- if you compete in two leagues, select which league you tend to focus on more)
This will be my: *
(again, for statistical analysis)
Topical counterplans are legitimate. *
(again, for statistical analysis-- I recognize there is disagreement on this issue)
Any comments?
Your answer
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