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General Orientation Questions

1. How Many Regions are there in Connecticut?
2. Where are the SOCT Headquarters?
3. Which Class can you take to become certified?
4. All of the following sports are offered in SOCT, except:
5. An athlete of which age would not be eligible to compete in Special Olympics?
6. Athletes with Down Syndrome must have an x-ray to rule out atlanto-axial instability before competing in which of the following sport(s)?
7. ________ is a type of competition in which athletes compete in the fundamentals of a game, instead of in the traditional competition:
8. Individuals without intellectual disabilities, who participate on Unified Sports teams with Special Olympics athletes are referred to as:
9. A coach's certification must be updated every _____ years?
10. The program developed to teach athletes how to be public speakers and spread the message and vision of Special Olympics is called?
11. The Special Olympics Mission states that athletes should be given continuing opportunities to:
12. Special Olympics does not enforce sport rules?
13. Special Olympics uses a process called "divisioning", where athletes are divided for competition by :
14. Athletes are to be training for at least _____ weeks prior to a state competition.

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