I highly doubt anybody will ask you to confirm your nationality. I never had to verify mine, and I've never heard of anybody else having to.Hello! I have never been to a comp before, and I was wondering if you need to bring evidence of your nationality. is this something that you are asked at your first comp? if so, what can I bring to show my nationality? would a picture of my passport work too? thanks in advance
First you put your cube on the scrambling table on your score card. Then you wait. A runner comes up with your cube and calls your name. They tell you where to sit, they usually walk with you, and then you sit and solve. When you are done, you go back to the waiting area, etc. After your last solve you take your cube with you.I just looked at the comp tutorial you made, and when you get called up for your attempt, do you have to find a solving station which has a scorecard, which has your name on it? Or do you just find somewhere, someone gives you a card, and you put your cube on it?
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