OK - not meaning to cheat here at all . . . but I did think that these questions on the Master Judge test were worth consideration because:
1) They illustrate that the Master Judge's test is not a simple to complete test.
2) The questions are fun to ponder and
3) They are somewhat subjective, just like judging!
Here's the first really challenging question from the test:
If you, as a judge, see one of your fellow judges doing the following: not judging in order, going back to compare, tasting and then writing down the scores, what procedure would you follow?
What's your answer? I already have mine.
Oh, and by the way, a Master Judge has to get 90% correct in order to pass. I only had to get 70% correct for my MySQL Administrator certificate . . .
And Dave (Rookie4
. . . please let others answer before you answer! :-)