pokemon proffesor test

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  1. Umbreonking

    Umbreonking New Member

    I was wondering how you take the pokemon professor challange can someone please tell me how thanks
     
  2. Marcello-Milord

    Marcello-Milord New Member

    it's not a challenge, but a program open to all 15+ players who want to judge in Pokémon tournaments. If you just want to play, wait for 15+ tournaments, that POP will allow.

    If you want to become a Professor instead, you have to wait until PUI will upload its site pokemon-tcg.com with the online test.
    hope that helps :)
     
  3. Gym Leader Blaine

    Gym Leader Blaine <a href="http://pokegym.net/forums/member.php?u=15

    Also from what information I know about the test it will be like WOTC online test, but you will need a 80% or higher to pass the test instead of the 75% that WOTC had.
     
  4. pokeprofRaymond

    pokeprofRaymond New Member

    Can players/people outside the U.S. take the Professor on line test? :)
     
  5. NoPoke

    NoPoke New Member

    IIRC the Prof Programme will be changing its focus under PUI. Its not primarily for players. (15+ is back remember)

    The PUI Prof Programme is for those who like to organise, run, judge, write about and promote pokémon.

    The biggest change to the prof programme is that you no longer have to be a prof to play in an PUI sponsored 15+ tournament
     
  6. mysterioustrainer

    mysterioustrainer New Member

    The test isn't out yet, and if you desire to help out the Pokemon-e TCG community by Judging, Running Leagues and such then the Professor Program is for you. If you wish to take the test when it is released you should start studing the pdfs avalable on the tournament section of http://op.pokemon-tcg.com. I also recommend you heavly study the Compendium and card spoilers of all sets. These materials should prep you for the very hard test. Don't bother becoming a Professor if your interests only lay in playing the game.
     
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