This module contains practice exams for both the Rules and Policy sections of the actual Level 1 Final Exam. We hope that these are helpful for both certified judges and those preparing for the final exam. The Rules practice test contains 20 questions and the Policy section has 5. Good Luck!
Welcome! This module is a review of the 2020 and 2021 rules and policy changes. There’s a lot to cover, so rules topics in this module will be organized according to the set that introduced them, and policy changes will be covered at the end. These sets include Theros: Beyond Death, Ikoria: Lair of Behemoths, […]
The Magic Tournament Rules (or MTR), for tabletop play, sets the baseline for what’s expected from a tournament and how that tournament should function. The Digital MTR, unsurprisingly, does the same thing, but for events held using digital platforms, primarily MTG Arena. We’ll go through the Digital MTR section by section and highlight the points […]
Now that we’ve gone over the Digital MTR and set the baseline for digital events, we’re going to talk about what happens when violations occur. That’s where the Digital Infraction Procedure Guide, or Digital IPG comes in. Once again, we’ll go through section by section, but we’ll do so in a little bit more detail, […]
You must have a personal endorsement from an L2 or L3 judge to become Level 1. This can take time, and we STRONGLY suggest building that relationship as soon as possible. To see what this means and why it’s required, please read Endorsement Information. In this Module, we’ll start with an overview of the structure […]
We are currently working on finalizing and uploading this course’s content but wanted to give you an idea of what modules the full skill tree will contain. We’ll be sure to let everyone know during our Tuesday update which modules have been filled in during that week, but you can check back at any time […]