Maryland Swimming Meet Entry Directors Test
All Meet Entry Directors must take and pass the Maryland Swimming (MDSI) Meet Entry Directors Test with a score of 80% or above every 2 years.
Email address *
First and Last Name *
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Team Affiliation *
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1. A Meet Entry Director must also serve as the Meet Director for the meet? *
5 points
2. A Meet Entry Director may be asked to serve on the following committee: *
5 points
3. A Meet Entry Director must do the following when they receive entry files? *
5 points
4. When should the Meet Entry Director acknowledge receipt of entries by return email? *
5 points
5. Entries from MDSI teams may be sacrificed to accommodate non MD LSC teams that submit entries prior to the entry deadline. *
5 points
6. In what order should entries be processed ? *
5 points
7. Interval ranges between heats can be adjusted to make sure the timeline requirements are met. *
5 points
8. When should the timeline (session report) be checked? *
5 points
9. In a timed finals meet, the time from the start of the session through the end of the session may not exceed the following: *
5 points
10. If a meet is under subscribed after all entries have been processed, the host team may enter swimmers from their team up to the time limit. *
5 points
11. What must happen in order to restrict or eliminate the number of swimmers participating in an event? *
5 points
12. Who must verify entry limits based on what is stated in the meet notice? *
5 points
13. The number of lanes in a pool can determine how many events a swimmer may swim per day. *
5 points
14. A host team is not required to return entry fees for teams/swimmers that cannot be accepted due to the meet being over subscribed. *
5 points
15. If an overqualified swimmer is permitted to compete in a meet, who is fined? *
5 points
16. What report should be sent to each team that submits entries for their review? *
5 points
17. When should the Meet Entry Director email the Registration Recon report to the MDSI Office? *
5 points
18. If the Recon Error report shows a swimmer should be unattached, what is the Meet Entry Director required to do? *
5 points
19. The Meet Entry Director is required to send a Times Recon report to the MDSI Office. *
5 points
20. Hearing impaired swimmers should be seeded in what lane? *
5 points
21. Positive Check-in events should be included when seeding the meet. *
5 points
22. Who needs to receive a backup file in advance of the meet for review? *
5 points
23. When should the Meet Entry Director email the timeline, psych sheets, and warm-up assignments to all participating teams. *
5 points
24. An unattached swimmer must wait how many days before they can participate in a team relay event? *
5 points
25. In a non championship meet, disabled swimmers are not required to achieve a qualifying time standards. *
5 points
26. Who determines the Warm-up Assignments for each team? *
5 points
27. Who is responsible for printing meet reports? *
5 points
28. A Meet Entry Director must make sure all coaches and officials are currently registered with USA Swimming and are in good standing. *
5 points
29. A Meet Entry Director is responsible for working at the Admin table during the meet. *
5 points
30. A new Meet Entry Director is required to be mentored by a Certified Meet Entry Director? *
5 points
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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