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Javelin Cognitive Test Analysis . Test and Answers. Multiple Choice: Circle the correct answer, there is only one correct answer. (3 points each) 1. . B. A. C. D. 2. When eight or fewer throwers are competing, how many throws is each competitor allowed? a. threec. five

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Javelin cognitive test analysis

Javelin Cognitive Test Analysis


Test and answers

Test and Answers

Multiple Choice: Circle the correct answer, there is only one correct answer. (3 points each)

1.

B

A

C

D


Javelin cognitive test analysis

2. When eight or fewer throwers are competing, how many throws is each competitor allowed?

a. threec. five

b. fourd. Six

3. The male’s javelin weighs ___________ grams.

a. 600c. 800

b. 700d. 900

4. The javelin was originally made of ____________.

a. metalc. aluminum

b. Olive woodd. hickory

5. How much time is each competitor allowed to throw their javelin?

a. 30 secondsc. 90 seconds

b. 60 secondsd. 120 second

6. When may a thrower cross the foul line?

a. before a throwc. after a throw

b. during a throwd. never


Javelin cognitive test analysis

7. What year was the javelin included in the Olympics for men and women?

a. 1908, 1932c. 1860, 1930

b. 1846, 1902d. 1900, 1904

8. What did the International Association Athletics Federations change about the dimensions of the javelin in 1986?

a. Moved the center of gravity two centimeters forward

b. Moved the center of gravity four centimeters forward

c. Moved the center of gravity two inches forward

d. Moved the center of gravity four inches forward

9. When competing a javelin thrower should wear?

a. Tennis Shoesc. Spikes

b. Baseball/ Softball Cleatsd. The throwers should be barefoot

10. The men's world record was set by Jan Zelezny in 1996 with a throw of ________________.

a. 64.28 metersc. 87.34 meters

b. 72.56 metersd. 98.48 meters


Javelin cognitive test analysis

11. The men’s world record was set by BarboraSpotakova in 2008 with a throw of _____________.

a. 63.57 metersc. 80.56 meters

b. 72.28 metersd. 87.98 meters

12. Which of the following is NOT one of the dominating countries in the javelin throw?

a. Czech Republicc. Finland

b. Cubad. Britain

13. Who made the javelin hollow?

a. Franklin Heldc. Jan Zelezny

b. BarboraSpotakovad. Thomas Cruz


Javelin cognitive test analysis

True/False: Write True or False in the space provided. (4 points each)

14. ____False_______ A thrower may hold the javelin wherever they choose.

15. _____True______ The javelin must land tip first in order to be measured.

16. _____True______ Women use a 600 gram javelin during competition.

17. ____False_______ A thrower may cross the foul line after the javelin has landed.

18. _____False______ When throwing the javelin, one may choose to throw with one or both hands.


Javelin cognitive test analysis

Fill in the Blank: Write out the dimensions including the units of each section of the runway in the blank provided. (7 points each)

19. ____26.25 ft___________

20._____2.76 in___________

21. ____3.28 ft____________

22. ____13.12 ft___________

23._____120 ft____________


Javelin cognitive test analysis

Fill in the Blank: State which grip is shown in the pictures. (3 points each)

24. __American_25. _ Fork_____


Class test scores

Class Test Scores


Grading scale

Grading Scale:

Because grades were consistently low, we decided to scale them. We took the highest grade and made it a 100.

Since 57 was the highest grade, we added 43 points to make it a 100. All scores will show the same addition.


Distribution of answers

Distribution of Answers


Distribution of answers1

Distribution of Answers


Class results

Class Results

Grading Scale

A= 90-100

B= 80-89

C= 70-79

D= 60-69

F= <59


Frequently missed questions

Frequently Missed Questions


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