Arizona Region of USA Volleyball


Online Testing

Here are the instructions for USAV Online Testing:

  • Log In to VRT/LMS
  • Under Course Catalog click on the left green file on the curricula called Indoor Referee Exams AND Indoor Scorer Exams and Quizzes
  • Once curricula are in My Courses, you may begin taking your required tests.
  • You may NOT stop and save to continue later. Any unanswered questions will be graded as wrong answers.
  • Exam results MUST be completed by midnight, EST, on February 15th.
  • If you need to take the test by paper exam you must contact JR Salima

 For 0  to 3 officials: Open Book Exam

  • Make sure you have completed all required clinics before taking Exams
  • Complete Referee Form C Acknowledgement before taking Exams
  • After completing Acknowledgements you may begin taking the required Exams: Referee Form C & Scorer Regional Exam
  • However, Referee Form A Non-National & Scorer Form A Non-National will be accepted as a replacement

 Note: The correction process requires printing the results. Make sure you remember to do this, as you will not receive the questions you missed via email.
 Note: The interface will not allow you to advance past an unanswered question.

  • At the end of the exam you can review/modify the questions/answers before hitting the DONE button.
  • The software will correct the exam and provide a results form. This form will contain the question, the answer provided, and the correct answer.
  • Print this results window (If having issues viewing this window, right click, click copy all, then paste unto a blank Word document page).
  • You should correct exams to 100% by providing the correct rule reference that applies to the question to your appropriate chair.
  • Email results window to the appropriate chair: Referee - Jim Feickert at jwfeickert@gmail.com and Scoring - Alyson Parry at alysonparry@yahoo.com

For 4+ non-National officials: Open Book Exam

  • Make sure you have completed all required clinics before taking Exams
  • Complete Referee Form A Non-National Acknowledgement & Scorer Form A Non-National Acknowledgement before taking Exams
  • After completing Acknowledgements you may begin taking the appropriate Exams: Referee Form A Non-National & Scorer Form A Non-National

Note: The correction process requires printing the results. Make sure you remember to do this, as you will not receive the questions you missed via email.
Note: The interface will not allow you to advance past an unanswered question.

  • At the end of the exam you can review/modify the questions/answers before hitting the DONE button.
  • The software will correct the exam and provide a results form. This form will contain the question, the answer provided, and the correct answer.
  • Print this results window (If having issues viewing this window, right click, click copy all, then paste unto a blank Word document page).
  • You should correct exams to 100% by providing the correct rule reference that applies to the question to your appropriate chair.
  • Email results window to the appropriate chair: Referee - Jim Feickert at jwfeickert@gmail.com and Scoring - Alyson Parry at alysonparry@yahoo.com

JR/National Officials:

  • Form A for national referees and/or national scorers -– with a 60 minute limit and a passing score of 90.
  • Form B for national referees –- Standard Form B exam, but with a 60 minute limit and a passing score of 90. 
  • Note: Because you should not be taking Form B before Form A, Form A is a prerequisite to Form B. This means that Exam B is “greyed out” in the curriculum, and will become available after you complete Exam A.  After you have taken Exam A, if you need to take Exam B, it is suggested you study those questions you marked wrong on the first exam before attempting to take Exam B.    Even if you pass Exam A, it is still possible to take Exam B if you wish, to ensure you have all rules you need in your repertoire for the season!
  • If you do not achieve a 90 on Exam A, it will be necessary to take Exam B.  Again, if you do not achieve a 90 on either Exam A or Exam B, you will be placed on probation with the Officials Commission for the season.  Also, remember that your exam results, whether A or B, MUST be completed by midnight, EST, on February 15th.


Updated 3/15/13