Best way to study for the Professor Exam?

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  1. Punpun

    Punpun New Member

    I was wondering what resources I should use in order to study for the Pokémon Professor Exam. Is the test hard? Is it long? Will Batman be able to save the citizens from this horrible trap (just kidding)? Info and/or links please!

    Thanks in advance,
  2. SD PokeMom

    SD PokeMom Mod Supervisor Staff Member

  3. yoshi1001

    yoshi1001 Active Member

    Every day, pick a part of the compendium and study it. Same with the tournament rules. Practice, practice, practice.
  4. Regis_Neo

    Regis_Neo Moderator

    Or, if you're really desperate, have both of the links PokeMom suggested opened while you take the exam, and refer to them while doing the test.
  5. Flareon

    Flareon New Member

    I just read the entire compendium one day. Checking in ATM regularly will also help. To me, the only hard questions were penalty guidelines since I don't come across those as frequently.
  6. bullados

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    The best way to study?



    Always ask your TO or LL if you can judge a tourney, or even help out with League. That's where you learn everything. Of course, book smarts is part of it. But, if you don't have the on the floor experience, your book smarts simply won't be enough to get through the test.

    Also, common sense will prevail in about 95% of the answers.
  7. DukeFireBird

    DukeFireBird Gallery Administrator<br>Forum Moderator

    let me give you my tips.

    1. Keep track of the way rulings are made. Not all cards will have the same schematics, but the rulins will be similar (Fastwave and swift)

    2. Learn your Tournament Operations manual. Learn what it takes to run a tournament, and all the inner workings of the "paperwork"

    3. PRACTICE.

    the last test i took, i aced it, 40/40, and it was real simple.

    good luck!
  8. Cyrus

    Cyrus Iron Chef - Master Emeritus

    Totally agree with #2, DFB. Since I've judged in the past, but never TO'd, I usually trip up on an organizer question or two that i'm unfamiliar with.
  9. Krucifier

    Krucifier New Member

    1) open Google.
    2) search for "Professor Exam Awnsers".
    3) open new tab/window and then open Prof. Exam.
    4) With each question you come to, CNTRL + F on the google searched webpage to find the awnser.
    5) fill in the awnser
    6) repeat until complete.
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  11. prof unky dan

    prof unky dan New Member

    if it was only that easy.....

    i took the test again, an failed, ran out of time only got 24 questions done...all 24 were right but i took way to long...sigh


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