Welcome to the Cue Sports Club Billiard Analytics website! If you've ever wanted to evaluate how well you actually play, we allow you to take a two part exam that can help you understand your strengths and weaknesses.
The exam is officially designed by Billiard University (founded in 2012). The purpose is to "provide a complete, structured, well designed, and challenging pool workout you can use to develop and improve your game to reach the next level."
Personal Analysis After you've taken your exam, you will be taken to your profile page to see a breakdown and a chart displaying your abilities in the areas of: ball control, accuracy, positioning, complex situation ability, safe ability, special shot ability, break ability.
Create an Account An account is required to save and see your results. Sign up here!
Ready to take the exam? Before you begin, please read about the exams and setup the pool table as shown in the diagram below.
Print out the required Rectangle Template for the exams.
Exam I: Fundamentals
The first exam covers fundamentals including aiming, stroke, stop/follow/draw control, and cue ball position control.
Exam II: Skills
The second exam assesses important pool skills including aiming, position play, rail cut shots, safeties, kicks and banks, jump and masse shots, and the break.
Exam II Levels
There are three different levels of Exam II (Bachelors, Masters, and Doctorate). Your performance on Exam I places you into the appropriate Exam II. The difficulty level and number of available points increases with exam level. So, please take the appropriate exam. If you have taken Exam I, but are unsure about which Exam II you are supposed to take, please see your profile page which will indicate the appropriate exam.
Exam Table Setup
Final Point Conversion
|Score||Player Category||Player Level||A-D Rating|
|125-139||Advanced 2||Upper Advanced||A-/B+|
|110-124||Advanced 1||Lower Advanced||B/B-|
|95-109||Intermediate 3||Upper Intermediate||B-/C+|
|70-94||Intermediate 2||Middle Intermediate||C+/C|
|55-69||Intermediate 1||Lower Intermediate||C|
|40-54||Beginner 3||Upper Novice||C-|
|30-39||Beginner 2||Middle Novice||D+|
|20-29||Beginner 1||Lower Novice||D|
|0-19||Beginner 0||Absolute Beginner||D-|