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PSIA Level 2 tasks & scoring

Further to my posting on requirements for PSIA Level 2 (posting #14), here is a list of tasks that has to be taken during the Level 2 exams:

Traverse done well (could be a pure carve traverse or a "targeted" traverse (straight line))
1. Appropriate flex in all joints.
2. Upper body poised and stable, slightly countered.
3. Skis leave a narrow track
4. Lead change is appropriate for slope.
5. Edges are engaged in the snow.

Scoring:
7 = All technical elements, flawless execution
6 = Most technical elements.
5 = No major problems

Traverse Problems
1. Out of balance, awkward stance.
2. Upper body faces skis.
3. Upper body out of balance.
4. Unequal edging.
5. Stance too narrow.

Scoring:
3 = Any technical problems.
2 = Two or more problems.
1 = Shows many problems.

Skating Done Well
1. Good athletic stance.
2. Solid edging skills
3. Can roll from inside to outside edge or vice versa.
4. Upper body active but stable
5. Use of arms and hands do not effect balance
6. Center of mass travels forward

Scoring:
7 = All technical elements, flawless execution
6 = Has most technical elements.
5 = Has three technical elements.

Skating Problems
1. Out of balance.
2. Difficulty moving from foot to foot.
3. Weak edging skills, difficulty finding an edge.
4. Arm and hand activities take the upper body out of position.
5. Center of mass travels upwards not forward.

Scoring:
3 = Any technical problems.
2 = Two or more problems.
1 = Shows many problems.

Leapers done well.
1. Good athletic stance.
2. Solid edging skills = platform.
3. Leap comes from activity in ankles.
4. Lands balanced and softly.
5. Consistent turn shape.
6. Leap is done at the initiation of the turn.
7. Both skis are off the snow.

Scoring:
7 = All technical elements, flawless execution
6 = Has most technical elements.
5 = Has a few technical elements.

Leapers Problems.
1. Weak platform to leap from.
2. Leaps with use of whole body.
3. Tails or tips stay on the snow.
4. Leaps at other parts of turn.
5. Inconsistent turn radius.

Scoring:
3 = Any technical problems.
2 = Two or more problems.
1 = Shows many problems.

Free skiing "tasks"
Beginning Wedge Christie (demo)
Advanced Wedge Christie (demo)
Basic Parallel (demo, These are skidded soft edges)
Moderate Bumps.
Moderate Steeps.

What the examiners are looking for in these situations are solid skiing using all the movement patterns required for the skiing tasks. appropriate use of edges, Counter rotation appropriate for the terrain, good skills blend, rhythm, pole use, control, speed, COM direction, etc.
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