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Majorship LET Reviewer

MAPEH LET Reviewer
MAPEH LET Reviewer
PRACTICE TEST IN MAPEH
PHYSICAL EDUCATION

BADMINTON
1. A game is played to ____ points?
a. 11
b. 15
c. 20
d. 21

2. Any infraction of the rules where the resulting penalty is loss of serve?
a. Fault
b. Rally
c. Side Out

3. An overhead stroke hit downward with force - usually used to score a point?
a. Clear
b. Drive
c. Drop Shot
d. Smash

4. Playing singles, your score is 4, the opponent 3, which serving court do you serve from?
a. Left
b. Right
c. Center

5. A high shot that travels to the back of your opponents court?
a. Clear
b. Drive
c. Drop Shot
d. Smash 

6. What are the service lines in a singles badminton court?
a. short and narrow
b. long and narrow
c. long and wide
d. short and wide

7. What is the legal height you are allowed to serve from?
a. between your waist and shoulders
b. anywhere from your shoulders down
c. anywhere below your waist
d. you can serve from any area you choose

8. You are playing a game of singles, and the score is 8 – 5, in favour of you. Where on the court will you serve from?
a. serve from your left court across to the right
b. serve from your left court straight across to the left
c. serve from you right court straight across to the right
d. serve from you right court across to the left.

9. at the start of the game, the winners of the racquet spin or shuttle toss choose from which list?
a. to serve or not to serve
b. to serve, not to serve, or side of court
c. to serve or side of court
d. to serve or which doubles player serves first

10. A good service strategy for doubles is to serve most serves:
a. short and low
b. long and low
c. high and long
d. short and high

11. If the player in the act of service misses the shuttle completely – 
a. They may serve again from the same area.
b. They may serve again but from the other service court.
c. They lose the serve.
d. Their opponent receives a point but they continue to serve.

12. What happens if the shuttle touches the net during the serve but continues on to the correct service area?
a. It is referred to as a ‘let’ and the serve is taken again.
b. It is a fault and service is lost to the opponent.
c. Play continues, as it is a correct serve.
d. The point is awarded to the receiver. 

13. A player calls to their doubles partner during play that the shuttle is going out -
a. This assistance from a team member is permitted.
b. Talking during play is NOT permitted.
c. The point is awarded to their opponent.
d. Play does not continue.

14. The server has their feet either side of the short service line but not on it – 
a. This action is permitted.
b. This is a service fault.
c. If the serve enters the correct service area play continues.
d. It is a ‘let’ and service must be re-played.

15. In a game of doubles the first serve is taken from – 
a. Behind the back line.
b. The service court of the serving teams choice.
c. The left service court.
d. The right service court.

16. if the shuttle hits the roof during play –
a. A ‘let’ is called and the point is replayed.
b. Play continues.
c. It is a fault. 
d. The opposing team scores a point.

17. When serving the head of the racket must be – 
a. Pointing to the floor.
b. At right angles to the floor.
c. At an angle so that the racket is below the knees at impact.
d. At an angle so that the racket is below the racket hand at impact.


TABLE TENNIS
1. if the ball hits any permanent features during play –
a. A ‘let’ is called and the point is replayed.
b. Play continues.
c. It is a fault. 
d. The opposing team scores a point.

2. In a game of doubles the serve is taken from – 
a. Behind the back line.
b. The service court of the serving teams choice.
c. The left service court.
d. The right service court.

3. What happens if the ball touches the net during the serve but continues to land in the correct service area?
a. It is referred to as a ‘let’ and the serve is taken again.
b. It is a fault and service is lost to the opponent.
c. Play continues, as it is a correct serve.
d. The point is awarded to the receiver. 

4. If the player in the act of service misses the shuttle completely – 
a. They may serve again from the same area.
b. They may serve again but from the other service court.
c. They lose the serve.
d. Their opponent receives a point but they continue to serve.

5. An overhead stroke hit downward with force - usually used to score a point?
a. Clear
b. Drive
c. Drop Shot
d. Smash

6. A game is played to ____ points?
a. 11
b. 15
c. 20
d. 21

7. If the player in the act of service misses the ball completely – 
a. They may serve again from the same area.
b. They may serve again but from the other service court.
c. They lose the serve.
d. Their opponent receives a point but they continue to serve

8. the length of the table is ___
a. 9’
b. 7’
c. 8’
d. 10’

9. At the start of the game, the winner of the toss choose from which list?
a. to serve or not to serve
b. to serve, not to serve, or side of court
c. to serve or side of court
d. to serve or which doubles player serves first

10. What is the legal height you are allowed to serve from?
a. between your waist and shoulders
b. anywhere from your shoulders down
c. anywhere below your waist
d. you can serve from any area you choose


ARNIS
1. What is the Filipino martial art of stick fighting?
a. Kali
b. Kuntao
c. Arnis
d. Escrima

2. Who is the father of modern arnis? 
a. Ernie A. Presas
b. A. Soteca
c. Remy A. Presas
d. Roberto Presas

3. Tjakalele is a native Indonesian fencing art with technique closely similar to_____.
a. Kali
b. Arnis
c. Espada y Daga
d. Redonda

4. This is a system of fighting with bladed weapons among maharlikas known as_______
a. Kali 
b. Arnis
c. Espada y Daga
d. Redonda

5.What school is teaching kali to the children as part of the curriculum during the reign of the datus of Panay?
a. Bothoan
b. Kuntao
c. Moro-moro
d. Maojapahit

6. A sharp pointed hardwood stick hardened by fire called
a. Muton
b. Espada y Daga
c. Kali
d. Dolo-dolo

7. Choose the traditional striking technique of arnis.
a. Sinawali
b. Anyo
c. Doblete
d. Redonda

8. In what aspect of arnis does the learner taught the how and where to deliver a strike?
a. Blocking Technique
b. Stances 
c. Striking Techniques
d. Body shifting

9. Double stick striking criss-across fasion and strike called:
a. Sinawali
b. Redonda
c. Banday-banday
d. Palis-palis

10. What is the target vital area of single sinawali? 
a. Temple/Knee
b. Shoulder/hip
c. Forehead/leg
d. Chest/abdomen

11. What is the of arnis stick for college level?
a. 1”X 28”
b. ¾”X 27”
c. 2”X 30”
d. ½”X 29”


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