The interesting thing that happened was that they asked me today if I was testing as an "Adult" or as a "Masters" skater. I had never been asked this before. I just looked at my other two MIF tests and they show "Adult" for Bronze and the Pre-Bronze tests don't have an option on them.
My coach had to explain to me that it was an age thing and that if you are over 50 you qualify to be "Masters" skater in the test. The marks required for masters are lower than for adults. She thought I would pass either way but she told the judges "masters". I had no idea that there were two different categories. I never noticed it on the forms before and I thought "masters" had to do with accomplishing a level of Intermediate or higher as a standard track skater before switching to adult skating. What do I know?
So I skated my test and was informed I passed and I have attached my judges forms for your perusal.
I felt the test went pretty well. It could have gone better, but I thought I would have passed under either standard. If you see the scores they gave me I would NOT have passed as an adult.
YOU BE THE JUDGE !
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