Students must earn a certain number of days of practice, as outlined below, before being eligible for the test. The tests require students to demonstrate their competence with the test requirements for each level. Note: Requests for hours are counted from the last test, with the exception of the 5th Kyu. * Teacher`s option – depending on age and abilities. Please complete an application with the exam fee in the dojo office before Thursday of the exam day. The date and results of an audit are announced each time it takes place. Dan Grade exams are held on the first Sunday in March, May, July, October and December. However, it will take place on the second Sunday in May. Please check every time. Kaeshi-waza — Counter-techniques. Uke (attacker) uses the technique to gnaw.

Then gnaw the counter with the corresponding counter. The original techniques (for uke) are called by the examiner. (e.g. to use sankyo against nikkyo). ** Henka-waza – The techniques were the changes of rodents (launchers) from one technique to another. The examiner will call the first technique (or the beginning). Usually, Kyu Grade exams are held on the first Sunday of each month, while Dan Grade exams are held on the first Sunday of each month. However, there are no exams in January and August. NOTES ・Zagi (Suwari waza): seated.

・Hanmi-handachi waza: Sitting vs standing. ・Tachi waza: standing. ・Make sure you have the required number of practice days before applying for an exam. Application forms and fees must be submitted 3 days prior to the review. ・Tests and articles must be submitted 3 days before the exam. ・The success of the summer and winter training is taken into account. ・The minimum age for the 1st Dan is 15 years and for the 4th Dan 22 years. ・Exams are taken in the dojo where you usually practice. If you wish to take an exam in a dojo where you practice normally, the approval of both dojos is required. ・Morotedori is two hands holding one hand.

・As a general rule, partners (uke) must have the same rank in an exam. ・Continue with the same technique, left and right, ura and omote, until the examiner says „stop”. * Uchi & Soto Mawari – both inner (uchi) and exterior (Soto) movements or variations.