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The instruction pages for the online DCI Judges exams/practice tests (requires login) says:

Before you start, it's important to note that, in order for the testing experience to remain relevant and give everyone a good gauge of their knowledge you may not disclose any of the content on any of the tests, anywhere.

If this is the case what should I do if there was a question/interaction I did not understand even after the explanation given?

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You could have asked the question without mentioning it was on the test, but it's kinda late for that now –  ikegami Jul 24 at 19:12
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@Fr33dan You could just make up an equivalent play scenario that has the same issue and then ask about that. –  murgatroid99 Jul 24 at 19:49
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This question appears to be off-topic because it is about how to ask questions about a game pursuant to a particular non-disclosure agreement, not about a game. –  murgatroid99 Jul 24 at 20:04
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To clarify my close reason, your question isn't really about Magic. It's more about interpreting an implied contract you have with the DCI regarding non-disclosure of content on their website. That's not what this site is for. –  murgatroid99 Jul 24 at 20:07
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I think this question is reasonable and on topic. MTG players can answer this better than anyone else, even if it isn't a question about the MTG game itself. See meta.boardgames.stackexchange.com/q/1167/5573 –  doppelgreener Jul 25 at 1:16

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You probably have some sort of judge-mentor, which is either a higher Level judge that might eventually take your judge-test or your regional coordinator.

If there was a question or interaction that you did not understand after the explanation, you can talk with this mentor in private about it.

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