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2 NCAA Division III Rules Test

3 Question No. 1 Funds are considered unearned when a student-athlete participates in a fundraising event involving an athletically related activity (e.g., swim-a-thon) or in direct appeal (e.g., letter writing) requests.

4 Question No. 1 - Possible Answers
True. False.

5 Question No. 2 Before initial full-time collegiate enrollment, an individual may accept payment based on the individual’s or his or her team’s place finish or performance, provided the combination of such payments does not exceed actual and necessary expenses.

6 Question No. 2 - Possible Answers
True. False.

7 Question No. 3 Jordan is a prospective student-athlete who plans to go to Aim High University next fall. Jordan found out Aim High University's men's soccer team will hold a fundraiser over the summer, and he would like to be involved. As a prospective student-athlete, what must Jordan do before he can be involved with an institutional fundraiser?

8 Question No. 3 - Possible Answers
Graduate from high school. Forward a paid acceptance of the Aim High University’s written offer of admission and/or financial aid. Both A and C. None of the above.

9 Question No. 4 The men’s and women’s soccer coaches at Aim High University would like to put the names and photos of their student-athletes on their summer camp brochure. This is permissible.

10 Question No. 4 - Possible Answers
True. False.

11 Question No. 5 A professional sports organization may serve as a financial sponsor of an intercollegiate competition event, provided the organization is not publicly identified as such.

12 Question No. 5 - Possible Answers
True. False.

13 Question No. 6 Coach Smith would like to tweet a public a high-school junior, for recruitment purposes. This is permissible.

14 Question No. 6 - Possible Answers
True. False.

15 Question No. 7 Kelsey is a senior prospective student-athlete, who plans to play volleyball at Aim High University next fall. On May 1, Aim High University received Kelsey's financial deposit. The next day, Coach Smith posted a message on Kelsey's public Facebook wall. In this scenario, Coach Smith was permitted to post a public message on Kelsey's social networking site.

16 Question No. 7 - Possible Answers
True. False.

17 Question No. 8 An institution's coach may have in-person, off-campus contact with a prospective student-athlete during his or her sophomore year in high school.

18 Question No. 8 - Possible Answers
True. False.

19 Question No. 9 If a student-athlete has withdrawn officially from a four-year institution, Aim High University may contact the student-athlete without obtaining permission to contact from the first institution.

20 Question No. 9 - Possible Answers
True. False.

21 Question No. 10 A coach would like to speak with a prospective student-athlete at his high school at 4 p.m. The official school hours are 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Which of the following is true?

22 Question No. 10 - Possible Answers
The coach must obtain permission for the contact from the high school principal. The coach does not need to obtain permission from the high school principal for contact. Contact is not permitted after official school hours. None of the above.

23 Question No. 11 Coach Thomas is evaluating Ryan, a high school junior, during a three-day high school boys basketball tournament. At the end of the first day of competition, Coach Thomas would like to have contact with Ryan, and recruit him to Aim High University. Coach Thomas may not have contact with Ryan until which of the following occurs:

24 Question No. 11 - Possible Answers
Ryan has completed all competition for the day. Ryan has completed all competition for the tournament. Ryan is considered released/not on-call by the appropriate authorities. Both A and C.

25 Question No. 12 A prospective student-athlete is competing in a tournament Friday and will return Sunday to compete in the remainder of the tournament. It is permissible for a coach to contact the prospective student-athlete Friday if the prospective student-athlete has no further competition that day and has been released by the appropriate authority.

26 Question No. 12 - Possible Answers
True. False.

27 Question No. 13 Ashley is flying in to attend classes for the first time at Aim High University. Coach Smith would like to provide Ashley transportation from the airport to campus; however, it is not the nearest major airport to campus. It is permissible for Coach Smith to provide Ashley transportation.

28 Question No. 13 - Possible Answers
True. False.

29 Question No. 14 A prospective student-athlete may not be provided an official visit earlier than:

30 Question No. 14 - Possible Answers
The opening day of classes of the prospective student-athlete’s senior year in high school. The opening day of classes of the prospective student-athlete’s junior year in high school. January 1 of the prospective student-athlete’s junior year in high school. None of the above.

31 Question No. 15 During an official or unofficial visit, an institution may provide complimentary admission to a home athletics event to a prospective student-athlete, but not the individuals accompanying the prospective student-athlete.

32 Question No. 15 - Possible Answers
True. False.

33 Question No. 16 An institution may provide the following to a student host entertaining a prospective student-athlete on an official visit:

34 Question No. 16 - Possible Answers
Up to $20 per day. Up to $40 per day. Actual and necessary expenses. None of the above.

35 An institution may provide meals during an official visit to whom?
Question No. 17 An institution may provide meals during an official visit to whom?

36 Question No. 17 - Possible Answers
Prospective student-athlete’s parents or guardians. Spouse or individual of a comparable relationship to a spouse. Any individual accompanying the prospective student-athlete. None of the above. An institution may only provide meals during an official visit to the prospective student-athlete.

37 Question No. 18 Aim High University admitted Justin to their institution. However, Justin has not accepted the offer of admission. Justin is permitted to sign Aim High University's athletics celebratory standardized signing form.

38 Question No. 18 - Possible Answers
True. False.

39 Question No. 19 A prospective student-athlete may not sign the athletics celebratory standardized signing form at which location:

40 Question No. 19 - Possible Answers
The prospective student-athlete’s high school. A local sports club. An institution’s campus. All of the above.

41 Question No. 20 Athletics department staff members may engage in recruiting activities during institutional camps and clinics.

42 Question No. 20 - Possible Answers
True. False.

43 Question No. 21 Intercollegiate competition occurs when a two-year or four-year student-athlete:

44 Question No. 21 - Possible Answers
Participates on a club-level team at an institution that also sponsors that sport at a varsity level. Rides on the bus with the institution’s team, competes as an individual, but does not compete in the institution’s uniform. Represents the institution in a scrimmage against another institution. All of the above.

45 Question No. 22 A student-athlete may practice or compete while enrolled in less than a minimum full-time program of studies, provided:

46 Question No. 22 – Possible Answers
The student-athlete is enrolled in the final semester or quarter of the baccalaureate or graduate program. The institution certifies that the student-athlete is carrying (for credit) the courses necessary to complete degree requirements. Both A and B. None of the above.

47 Question No. 23 A student-athlete who is eligible during the term in which degree work is completed remains eligible for any postseason event that begins within ___ days after the end of the term in which the student-athlete completes the requirements for the degree.

48 Question No. 23 - Possible Answers
30. 60. 90. None of the above.

49 Question No. 24 Greg is a lacrosse student-athlete who wants to do an internship during the fall term at Aim High University. If Greg does the internship, Aim High University will consider him to be enrolled in a full-time program of studies during the fall term. However, Greg will only earn six credits for the entire term. In this scenario, Greg may represent Aim High University during the fall term.

50 Question No. 24 - Possible Answers
True. False.

51 Question No. 25 It is permissible to use male practice players if: it is during the nontraditional segment; their use is limited to one practice per week; and the number of male practice players involved does not exceed half the number of a starting unit in that sport.

52 Question No. 25 - Possible Answers
True. False.

53 Question No. 26 For a Division III student-athlete who participates in a formal and established study abroad program outside the United States, which of the following is true?

54 Question No. 26 - Possible Answers
The student-athlete is considered a transfer student-athlete upon return to the certifying Division III institution. The student-athlete uses a season of participation if he/she participates in athletics while studying abroad. The student-athlete is considered to have participated in permissible outside competition if he/she participates in athletics while studying abroad. The student-athlete is subject to all amateurism legislation.

55 Question No. 27 A student-athlete uses a season of participation if, during the traditional segment, he participates in an alumni contest before the first regular-season contest and after his initial participation of that academic year.

56 Question No. 27 - Possible Answers
True. False.

57 Question No. 28 A student manager or student coach may participate as a team member in practice without using a season of participation as long as he or she also performs coaching and managerial duties for the team.

58 Question No. 28 - Possible Answers
True. False.

59 Question No. 29 An individual is permitted a one-year period following his or her high school graduation date in which the individual may participate in organized competition without being charged a season of participation or having to sit an academic year of residence.

60 Question No. 29 - Possible Answers
True. False.

61 Which of the following is a correct statement?
Question No. 30 Which of the following is a correct statement?

62 Question No. 30 - Possible Answers
A male student who practices with a women’s team in a sport that also is sponsored as an NCAA men’s sport is charged with a season of participation in the men’s sport. A male student is charged with a season of participation in the women’s sport if a male student practices with a women’s team in a sport that has no equivalent men’s sport. Male practice players are not permitted to practice with female student-athletes. A and B only.

63 Question No. 31 A softball student-athlete suffered a season-ending injury during the second half of the traditional playing season; however, the student-athlete only competed in six contests (15 percent) of the traditional playing season. The student-athlete's injury meets the definition of hardship.

64 Question No. 31 - Possible Answers
True. False.

65 Question No. 32 To be eligible for a medical hardship waiver, a season-ending injury or illness must meet what conditions?

66 Question No. 32 - Possible Answers
The injury or illness must occur before the completion of the first half of the traditional playing season. The student-athlete must not have competed in more than one-third of the maximum contests or dates of competition. The injury or illness must result in a student-athlete’s inability to compete for the remainder of the traditional playing season. All of the above.

67 Question No. 33 A transferring student-athlete who leaves his or her previous institution under disciplinary suspension must do which of the following in order to become eligible at a certifying institution?

68 Question No. 33 - Possible Answers
Complete one calendar year of residence at the certifying institution. Meet the requirements of the two-year nonparticipation exception. A or B. Both A and B.

69 Which of the following student-athletes triggered transfer status?
Question No. 34 Which of the following student-athletes triggered transfer status?

70 Question No. 34 - Possible Answers
A student-athlete who practiced in his or her sport while enrolled part time. A student-athlete who was enrolled full time at an institution on a conditional basis and attended at least one class. Both A and B. None of the above.

71 Question No. 35 A student who transfers to a Division III institution from a two-year institution is immediately eligible if:

72 Question No. 35 - Possible Answers
The student has never practiced or competed in intercollegiate athletics. The student transfers from a two-year college that conducts an intercollegiate athletics program without having been enrolled full time at a four-year collegiate institution and would have been academically and athletically eligible had the student remained at the two-year college. The student transfers from a four-year institution to a two-year college, and then to the certifying institution, as long as the student would have been athletically and academically eligible, at the time of transfer from the certifying institution, had the student remained at the previous four-year institution. All of the above.

73 Question No. 36 Coaches are permitted to provide tutoring services for student-athletes under which of the following circumstances:

74 Question No. 36 - Possible Answers
The institution offers similar services to student populations that are determined on a basis other than athletics participation. The coach provides tutoring for other students generally, in accordance with institutional policy. Either A or B. None of the above.

75 Question No. 37 Generally, it is permissible for an institution to pay for a student-athlete's medical benefits, not including nutritional supplements, based on his or her participation in intercollegiate athletics.

76 Question No. 37 - Possible Answers
True. False.

77 Question No. 38 An institution may provide expenses for individuals to be present to support a student-athlete, or a student-athlete's relative, who has suffered an injury or illness only if the injury or illness is life-threatening.

78 Question No. 38 - Possible Answers
True. False.

79 Question No. 39 Aim High University is located on the state border. Coach Smith would like to take his team across the border to a practice site 30 miles from Aim High University. The practice is not associated with an away-from-home contest. Is this permissible for Aim High University to provide expenses associated with the practice?

80 Question No. 39 - Possible Answers
Yes. Although the practice site is located outside the state in which Aim High is located, the team traveled less than 100 miles from campus. No. The practice is not associated with an away-from-home contest. No. The practice is not conducted at a site located within the same state in which Aim High is located.

81 Question No. 40 An institution may provide actual and necessary expenses to a student-athlete who is eligible for intercollegiate competition, even if the student-athlete departs campus earlier than 48 hours before the start of the competition or remains longer than 36 hours after the competition concludes.

82 Question No. 40 - Possible Answers
True. False.

83 Question No. 41 An institution may only provide a student-athlete or an entire team an occasional meal if the meal occurs on the institution's campus.

84 Question No. 41 - Possible Answers
True. False.

85 Question No. 42 It is permissible for Coach Jones to require his student-athletes to participate in a fundraising activity next summer, as long as it does not involve athletics ability.

86 Question No. 42 - Possible Answers
True. False.

87 Question No. 43 An institutional staff member may design a voluntary individual-workout program for a student-athlete and conduct the individual's workout outside the declared playing season.

88 Question No. 43 - Possible Answers
True. False.

89 Question No. 44 Volleyball student-athlete Audrey just completed her first year at Aim High University, and will play in a local summer volleyball league. Audrey's assistant volleyball coach will be the coach of her summer league team. This is permissible.

90 Question No. 44 - Possible Answers
True. False.

91 Question No. 45 Team-building activities are considered countable athletically related activities.

92 Question No. 45 - Possible Answers
True. False.

93 Question No. 46 During the traditional segment, countable contest limitations apply separately to multiple teams (e.g., varsity, sub-varsity and freshman) of the same sport.

94 Question No. 46 - Possible Answers
True. False.

95 Question No. 47 For purposes of student-athlete well-being, an institution must enforce the following limitations on all athletically related activity:

96 Question No. 47 - Possible Answers
A student-athlete must be given one calendar day off per week, except during participation in NCAA championships. A student-athlete’s participation in athletically related activities must be limited to a maximum of 20 hours per week. There are no limitations between academic terms when classes are not in session and the student-athlete is in season. Both A and C.

97 Question No. 48 Countable athletically related activities may only be conducted during the traditional segment of the playing season.

98 Question No. 48 - Possible Answers
True. False.

99 Question No. 49 Any student who tries out for a team is first required to undergo a medical examination or evaluation.

100 Question No. 49 - Possible Answers
True. False.

101 Question No. 50 If Domenic has taken a sickle cell solubility test, but his results are not yet confirmed, he may participate in athletically related activities as long as he engages in mandatory education and receives appropriate precautions.

102 Question No. 50 - Possible Answers
True. False.

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