The junior season where I am will be starting next month, and that means lots of new junior umpires as well as players. Currently, the umpires are required to take a course before they can get out on the field, but I always get the feeling that it's a lot of info to take in during a short space of time, and a lot of them (especially the younger ones) tend to panic when their first games are coming up because they've "forgotten" much of what they've learned, or don't know how to apply it to game situations. While umpiring is best learned by experience, I was thinking of trying to compile a kind of "quiz" that poses game situation questions to get the umps thinking about how they can apply the rules they've learned in a game, and distribute it sometime between the course and the first weekend of games. We're not looking at super brain-crushing situations, and not mindlessly obvious things either (ie: "A player stops the ball with her foot and then dribbles up the field with it - what do you call?"), but just some questions that get them to look at the rules outside of a lecture-y course setting and think "what would I do if this happened during my game?". However, I am crap at thinking up this kind of stuff, so any possible questions or situations for this "quiz" would be much appreciated! This is aimed mainly at U13-U16 umpires who have never officiated before, but should be applicable to all age groups. Any suggestions?