Softball Canada National Umpire Exam

Welcome to the 2020 season!

As part of every season start-up, umpires from coast to coast participate in clinics, review new rules, order fresh uniforms, and complete the national exam. There will be two exams. One will be for Level I-III umpires and the other for Level IV-V officials. The link for both exams is below. Once you enter, you will have to select the exam you are expected to complete and enter your personal data.

The Level I-III quiz is comprised of 50 standard questions (all umpires will see the same exam). The successful completion mark will vary dependent on your level (Level I – 30/50; Level II – 35/40; Level III – 40/50).

The Level IV – V  exam will also be 50 questions, but those 50 questions will be selected randomly from a bank of 200 questions. This means that every umpire will receive a slightly different exam. The successful completion rate will be set at 40/50 for Level IV and 45/50 for Level V.

All umpires attending Canadian Championships must successfully complete the appropriate exam. They will be given up to three opportunities to successfully complete the exam. All P/T UIC’s and Education Officers will have access to the answers and rule references for all Level 1 - 3 questions on both exams. To begin the exam,  select this link: Here’s to a GREAT season for everyone!

Please note that umpire registration fees must still be paid in order to be insured. All new umpires MUST attend a clinic. If you do not have a Softball Canada registration number, please enter the letter 'A'. All questions are either true or false. Your results will show at the end of the exam. If you do not receive a passing mark, please contact either the Softball Office or UIC.