Standard Grade Bitesize
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Which is the correct definition of objective scoring?
When the score is decided upon by a judge
When the score is decided upon by: how many goals/points scored, or how fast or how far
When the score is decided upon by the referee
Which of the following activities uses subjective scoring?
Swimming - 50 metre free style
Which of the following activities uses objective scoring?
Ball room dancing
How is a game of badminton won?
By the person who demonstrates the most creative performance
By the person who scores the most goals
By the person who gets to 21 points first
How is a gymnastics floor routine competition won?
By the team that score the most baskets
By the person who runs the fastest time
By the person who demonstrates the most creativity and executes their moves with the most quality
What happens at the end of 90 minutes in a cup final in football if it is a draw?
The result of the game is decided by the toss of a coin
The game is decided by a penalty shoot-out
The game is decided by 30 minutes extra play then a penalty shoot-out if there is still no winner after extra time
Which of the following is the correct scoring system for tennis?
Games and sets
Fastest time and furthest throw
Trys and conversions
In which sport would you come across the terms: bogeys, pars and birdies?
In which activity is the winner decided upon by how high they jump?