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LEADERSHIP SKILLS 001.01 Parliamentary Procedures 001.02 Motions and Voting 001.03 Establishing Goals 001.04 ID/Rev Career Goal/PLA Drafting Classes LESSON.

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2 LEADERSHIP SKILLS Parliamentary Procedures Motions and Voting Establishing Goals ID/Rev Career Goal/PLA Drafting Classes LESSON FORMAT

3 1. A practical tool to help members and officers learn parliamentary procedure is: A A Meeting Kit. B The Teacher's Tool Kit. C Robert's Rules of Order, Newly Revised. D The VICA Leadership Handbook.

4 1.A practical tool to help members and officers learn parliamentary procedure is: A A Meeting Kit. B The Teacher's Tool Kit. C Robert's Rules of Order, Newly Revised. D The VICA Leadership Handbook.

5 2. A listing of "typical" meeting events that helps members to know what to expect during a meeting is a/an: A Agenda. B Order of Business. C Committee Report Form. D Program of Work.

6 2. A listing of "typical" meeting events that helps members to know what to expect during a meeting is a/an: A Agenda. B Order of Business. C Committee Report Form. D Program of Work.

7 3. During chapter meetings, words such as "move" or "offer" show that the chapter members and officers are: A Asking for some type of action. B Using parliamentary procedure. C Making changes. D Both a and b above.

8 3. During chapter meetings, words such as "move" or "offer" show that the chapter members and officers are: A Asking for some type of action. B Using parliamentary procedure. C Making changes. D Both a and b above.

9 4. A typical meeting agenda or order of business does NOT include: A A call to order. B New business. C Old business. D Unfinished business.

10 4. A typical meeting agenda or order of business does NOT include: A A call to order. B New business. C Old business. D Unfinished business.

11 5. A listing of "personalized" meeting events written in logical sequence is a/an: A Agenda. B Order of Business. C Committee Report Form. D Program of Work.

12 5. A listing of "personalized" meeting events written in logical sequence is a/an: A Agenda. B Order of Business. C Committee Report Form. D Program of Work.

13 6. In the absence of the president and vice-president, who conducts the chapter meeting? A Treasurer B Parliamentarian C President ProTem D Secretary

14 6. In the absence of the president and vice-president, who conducts the chapter meeting? A Treasurer B Parliamentarian C President ProTem D Secretary

15 7. Parliamentary procedures are followed when: A Everyone talks. B Only one subject is discussed at a time. C Many questions or topics are discussed at once. D None of the above occur.

16 7. Parliamentary procedures are followed when: A Everyone talks. B Only one subject is discussed at a time. C Many questions or topics are discussed at once. D None of the above occur.

17 8. According to basic parliamentary procedure, decisions are made: A When the subcommittee on the topic agrees to the motion. B When the majority of members agree. C Only when the executive committee agrees. D Only when the executive committee and a majority agrees.

18 8. According to basic parliamentary procedure, decisions are made: A When the subcommittee on the topic agrees to the motion. B When the majority of members agree. C Only when the executive committee agrees. D Only when the executive committee and a majority agrees.

19 9. Which is a complete guide to parliamentary procedure? A The Complete Guide to Parliamentary Procedure B Robert's Rules of Order, Newly Revised C VICA Leadership Handbook D Randy's Right Ways to Parliamentary Procedure

20 9. Which is a complete guide to parliamentary procedure? A The Complete Guide to Parliamentary Procedure B Robert's Rules of Order, Newly Revised C VICA Leadership Handbook D Randy's Right Ways to Parliamentary Procedure

21 10. The rights of the minority in an organization meeting are protected as a: A Part of the meeting agenda. B Basic rule of parliamentary procedure. C Duty of the officers of the chapter. D Basic right under the organization's by-laws.

22 10. The rights of the minority in an organization meeting are protected as a: A Part of the meeting agenda. B Basic rule of parliamentary procedure. C Duty of the officers of the chapter. D Basic right under the organization's by-laws.

23 11. Who has the right to express opinions or ideas during chapter meetings? A Only students who have been members for 30 days B Only members having passed the PDP C Students who have indicated a desire to become members D Each chapter member

24 11. Who has the right to express opinions or ideas during chapter meetings? A Only students who have been members for 30 days B Only members having passed the PDP C Students who have indicated a desire to become members D Each chapter member

25 12. One of the basic rules of parliamentary procedure is that the president presides and: A Asks for motions. B Makes motions. C Enforces the rules. D Gives the treasurer's report.

26 12. One of the basic rules of parliamentary procedure is that the president presides and: A Asks for motions. B Makes motions. C Enforces the rules. D Gives the treasurer's report.

27 13. To rise to a parliamentary inquiry is what classification of motion? A Main B Privileged C Subsidiary D Incidental

28 13. To rise to a parliamentary inquiry is what classification of motion? A Main B Privileged C Subsidiary D Incidental

29 14. What type of motion is a resolution? A A Main Motion B An Incidental Motion C A Privileged Motion D A Subsidiary Motion

30 14. What type of motion is a resolution? A A Main Motion B An Incidental Motion C A Privileged Motion D A Subsidiary Motion

31 15. What is the term for adopting business without a motion? A General consent B Motionless C Off agenda D Club business

32 15. What is the term for adopting business without a motion? A General consent B Motionless C Off agenda D Club business

33 16.What type majority occurs when the number of those voting in favor of a question equals one more than half? A Standing B Simple C Minor D Major

34 16.What type majority occurs when the number of those voting in favor of a question equals one more than half? A Standing B Simple C Minor D Major

35 17. To bring up an item of business at a meeting by processing a main motion, stand and say: A "I call that..." B "I move that..." C "I vote that..." D "I second that..."

36 17. To bring up an item of business at a meeting by processing a main motion, stand and say: A "I call that..." B "I move that..." C "I vote that..." D "I second that..."

37 18. How many times may a member speak in a debate on a debatable motion in the absence of special rules? A One B Two C Three D Four

38 18. How many times may a member speak in a debate on a debatable motion in the absence of special rules? A One B Two C Three D Four

39 19. A division of the assembly requires that members vote by: A Standing. B Voice. C Roll call. D A show of hands.

40 19. A division of the assembly requires that members vote by: A Standing. B Voice. C Roll call. D A show of hands.

41 20. What word is used in a voice vote to signify approval? A Yes B Okay C Approved D Aye

42 20. What word is used in a voice vote to signify approval? A Yes B Okay C Approved D Aye

43 21. What is the term used if a member disagrees with a vote as declared by the chair? A Agreement B Violation C Division D Disorder

44 21. What is the term used if a member disagrees with a vote as declared by the chair? A Agreement B Violation C Division D Disorder

45 22. What does a member do if he/she disagrees with a voice vote decision as declared by the chair? A Call for a re-vote B Ask for a recall C Call for a division D Call for a reconsideration

46 22. What does a member do if he/she disagrees with a voice vote decision as declared by the chair? A Call for a re-vote B Ask for a recall C Call for a division D Call for a reconsideration

47 23. A main motion requires a: A Minority vote. B Simple vote. C Majority vote. D Two-thirds majority vote.

48 23. A main motion requires a: A Minority vote. B Simple vote. C Majority vote. D Two-thirds majority vote.

49 24. A motion that is currently on the floor is said to be what type of motion? A Active B Working C Pending D Waiting

50 24. A motion that is currently on the floor is said to be what type of motion? A Active B Working C Pending D Waiting

51 25. The first step in presenting a motion is to: A Vote. B Get the floor. C Call the chair's attention. D State your motion.

52 25. The first step in presenting a motion is to: A Vote. B Get the floor. C Call the chair's attention. D State your motion.

53 26. To bring up an item of business at a meeting, you need to go through the steps of processing a: A Privileged Motion. B Subsidiary Motion. C Main Motion. D Incidental Motion.

54 26. To bring up an item of business at a meeting, you need to go through the steps of processing a: A Privileged Motion. B Subsidiary Motion. C Main Motion. D Incidental Motion.

55 27. A simple majority vote occurs when the final vote is: A More than half. B Less than half. C Three-fourths majority. D Two-thirds majority.

56 27. A simple majority vote occurs when the final vote is: A More than half. B Less than half. C Three-fourths majority. D Two-thirds majority.

57 28. What class of motion takes precedence over all other classifications of motions? A Main B Privileged C Subsidiary D Incidental

58 28. What class of motion takes precedence over all other classifications of motions? A Main B Privileged C Subsidiary D Incidental

59 29. To make a motion at a meeting, you must state your own motion by saying: A "I state that..." B "I move that..." C "I make the motion that..." D "I observe that..."

60 29. To make a motion at a meeting, you must state your own motion by saying: A "I state that..." B "I move that..." C "I make the motion that..." D "I observe that..."

61 30. Which of the following motions do NOT require a vote? A Objection to a consideration of the question B Lay on the table C Division of assembly D None of the above

62 30. Which of the following motions do NOT require a vote? A Objection to a consideration of the question B Lay on the table C Division of assembly D None of the above

63 31. A majority vote is required to fix the time for adjournment of a meeting. A True B False

64 31. A majority vote is required to fix the time for adjournment of a meeting. A True B False

65 32. A two-thirds majority vote is required to pass the motion "Lay on the Table". A True B False

66 32. A two-thirds majority vote is required to pass the motion "Lay on the Table". A True B False

67 33. The FIRST STEP in the five- step Career Planning Process is: A Evaluating your plan. B Career Exploration. C Goal Setting. D Self Assessment.

68 33. The FIRST STEP in the five- step Career Planning Process is: A Evaluating your plan. B Career Exploration. C Goal Setting. D Self Assessment.

69 34. Goals divided into two categories enable one to: A Disregard one category and concentrate on the other. B Have back-up goals if one fails. C Make short gains that are related to the big goal. D Work independently on goals.

70 34. Goals divided into two categories enable one to: A Disregard one category and concentrate on the other. B Have back-up goals if one fails. C Make short gains that are related to the big goal. D Work independently on goals.

71 35. The first rule in selecting a vocation is to find activities: A That pay a lot of money. B Where there are a lot of job openings. C That interest you. D That your friends enjoy.

72 35. The first rule in selecting a vocation is to find activities: A That pay a lot of money. B Where there are a lot of job openings. C That interest you. D That your friends enjoy.

73 36. Goals are usually divided into: A Important and less important ones. B Large and small ones. C Short and long-term ones. D Related and unrelated ones.

74 36. Goals are usually divided into: A Important and less important ones. B Large and small ones. C Short and long-term ones. D Related and unrelated ones.

75 37. Two students are engaged in a discussion about planning their career goals. Student A says that setting short-term and long-term goals is the responsibility of each individual. Student B says that setting short-term and long-term goals for each student is the sole responsibility of their teacher. Which student is correct? A Student A B Student B C Both A & B D Neither A nor B

76 37. Two students are engaged in a discussion about planning their career goals. Student A says that setting short-term and long-term goals is the responsibility of each individual. Student B says that setting short-term and long-term goals for each student is the sole responsibility of their teacher. Which student is correct? A Student A B Student B C Both A & B D Neither A nor B

77 38. Which Department of Labor occupational category would include a person who likes to work on automobiles? A People B Data C Things D Ideas

78 38. Which Department of Labor occupational category would include a person who likes to work on automobiles? A People B Data C Things D Ideas

79 39. The setting of personal long- term goals is the responsibility of the: A Entire class. B School teaching staff. C Individual concerned. D School counselor.

80 39. The setting of personal long- term goals is the responsibility of the: A Entire class. B School teaching staff. C Individual concerned. D School counselor.

81 40. Which of the following professional people can help you with career plans? A School counselors B Career Development Coordinators C Classroom teachers D All the above

82 40. Which of the following professional people can help you with career plans? A School counselors B Career Development Coordinators C Classroom teachers D All the above

83 41. An individual's SHORT-TERM goals should be: A Attainable. B Abstract. C Reliable. D Both A & C above.

84 41. An individual's SHORT-TERM goals should be: A Attainable. B Abstract. C Reliable. D Both A & C above.

85 42. Newspaper advertisements in the "HELP WANTED" section can give you: A The number of people that are out of work. B The answers to questions about job performance. C The companies that have products to sell. D An indication of new and emerging job skills.

86 42. Newspaper advertisements in the "HELP WANTED" section can give you: A The number of people that are out of work. B The answers to questions about job performance. C The companies that have products to sell. D An indication of new and emerging job skills.

87 43. A short-term goal that is attainable for the student setting it, is a: A Specific goal. B Realistic goal. C Traditional goal. D Class goal.

88 43. A short-term goal that is attainable for the student setting it, is a: A Specific goal. B Realistic goal. C Traditional goal. D Class goal.

89 44. A profile of a student's talents, interests, abilities, and experiences is a: A Newsletter. B Self-assessment C File folder. D Career map.

90 44. A profile of a student's talents, interests, abilities, and experiences is a: A Newsletter. B Self-assessment C File folder. D Career map.

91 45. In researching a career, one should consider the working environment. Which is part of the working environment? A Indoor/outdoor work B Sitting down/standing up C Extreme hot or cold environment D All the above

92 45. In researching a career, one should consider the working environment. Which is part of the working environment? A Indoor/outdoor work B Sitting down/standing up C Extreme hot or cold environment D All the above

93 46. A process in which a student learns about himself/herself, the world of work, and the relationship between the two is called: A Directional learning. B Job application. C Tips from family and friends. D Career planning.

94 46. A process in which a student learns about himself/herself, the world of work, and the relationship between the two is called: A Directional learning. B Job application. C Tips from family and friends. D Career planning.

95 47. To establish individual long- term goals one must do which of the following? A Research B Plan C Review D All of the above

96 47. To establish individual long- term goals one must do which of the following? A Research B Plan C Review D All of the above

97 48. The U.S. Department of Labor classifies occupations into four broad categories. Which one of the following is NOT one of those categories? A People B Data C Things. D Character.

98 48. The U.S. Department of Labor classifies occupations into four broad categories. Which one of the following is NOT one of those categories? A People B Data C Things. D Character.

99 49. The setting of personal short- term goals is the responsibility of the: A Entire class. B School counseling staff. C Individual concerned. D School teaching staff.

100 49. The setting of personal short- term goals is the responsibility of the: A Entire class. B School counseling staff. C Individual concerned. D School teaching staff.

101 50. The process of analyzing your interests, aptitudes, and talents is called: A Recognition. B Reality check. C A personal profile. D Self assessment.

102 50. The process of analyzing your interests, aptitudes, and talents is called: A Recognition. B Reality check. C A personal profile. D Self assessment.

103 51. A goal that is within the capabilities of the person setting it is a: A Specific goal. B Realistic goal. C Traditional goal. D Short term goal.

104 51. A goal that is within the capabilities of the person setting it is a: A Specific goal. B Realistic goal. C Traditional goal. D Short term goal.

105 52. To establish individual LONG- TERM goals, you should do which of the following? A Self-assessment B Career exploration C Develop a personal action plan D All the above

106 52. To establish individual LONG- TERM goals, you should do which of the following? A Self-assessment B Career exploration C Develop a personal action plan D All the above

107 53. The ability to look internally at oneself is called: A Self assessment. B Peer review. C Group guidance. D Positive self concept.

108 53. The ability to look internally at oneself is called: A Self assessment. B Peer review. C Group guidance. D Positive self concept.

109 54. A group of careers that have certain things in common is a: A Career interest area. B Volunteer career. C Career cluster. D Career information area.

110 54. A group of careers that have certain things in common is a: A Career interest area. B Volunteer career. C Career cluster. D Career information area.

111 55. When establishing SHORT- TERM goals, it is important to consider: A What your parents think you should do. B What your friends have set as their goals. C Fringe benefits. D Your personal strengths and weaknesses.

112 55. When establishing SHORT- TERM goals, it is important to consider: A What your parents think you should do. B What your friends have set as their goals. C Fringe benefits. D Your personal strengths and weaknesses.

113 56. Which of the following is NOT a career planning skill? A Updating information from earlier career plans. B Framing a house. C Identifying a long range goal. D Developing a career plan.

114 56. Which of the following is NOT a career planning skill? A Updating information from earlier career plans. B Framing a house. C Identifying a long range goal. D Developing a career plan.

115 57. A student's written plan for career and education goals is called a: A Notebook. B Map. C Career plan D Pathway.

116 57. A student's written plan for career and education goals is called a: A Notebook. B Map. C Career plan D Pathway.

117 58. Goals and/or roles of individuals that have existed over an extended period of time are: A Specific goals. B Traditional goals. C Long-term goals. D Realistic goals.

118 58. Goals and/or roles of individuals that have existed over an extended period of time are: A Specific goals. B Traditional goals. C Long-term goals. D Realistic goals.

119 59. When evaluating your career goals, a good indicator of possible career paths may be your: A Interests. B Father's current job. C Friends' favorite activities. D Parents' desires.

120 59. When evaluating your career goals, a good indicator of possible career paths may be your: A Interests. B Father's current job. C Friends' favorite activities. D Parents' desires.

121 60. The small steps you must take to get from where you are now to where you want to be are: A Planning goals. B Career goals. C Lifestyle goals. D Career aptitudes

122 60. The small steps you must take to get from where you are now to where you want to be are: A Planning goals. B Career goals. C Lifestyle goals. D Career aptitudes

123 61. CAREER PLANNING is: A A life-long process. B Beliefs, values, skills, aptitudes, and interests. C A process involving your past, present, and future work role. D All of the above.

124 61. CAREER PLANNING is: A A life-long process. B Beliefs, values, skills, aptitudes, and interests. C A process involving your past, present, and future work role. D All of the above.

125 62. To achieve your goal, do NOT wait until the end of your plan to measure your progress. Keep track of your achievements by using a: A Stopwatch. B Barometer. C Time log. D Time Clock

126 62. To achieve your goal, do NOT wait until the end of your plan to measure your progress. Keep track of your achievements by using a: A Stopwatch. B Barometer. C Time log. D Time Clock

127 63. Where are job opportunities listed? A Want Ads B School counselor's office C Internet D All of above

128 63. Where are job opportunities listed? A Want Ads B School counselor's office C Internet D All of above

129 64. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING deals with: A Planning transportation systems such as highways and bridges. B Producing buildings and developing the landscape. C Designing machines and devices. D Planning structural design and aerodynamics.

130 64. MECHANICAL ENGINEERING deals with: A Planning transportation systems such as highways and bridges. B Producing buildings and developing the landscape. C Designing machines and devices. D Planning structural design and aerodynamics.

131 65. If you set and attain a number of SHORT-TERM goals, you are more likely to: A Reach your long-term goals. B Spread yourself out too thinly. C Stop setting short-term goals. D Reach few if any of your long-term goals.

132 65. If you set and attain a number of SHORT-TERM goals, you are more likely to: A Reach your long-term goals. B Spread yourself out too thinly. C Stop setting short-term goals. D Reach few if any of your long-term goals.

133 66. Short-term goals should be set by each student and checked periodically for currency. A True B False

134 66. Short-term goals should be set by each student and checked periodically for currency. A True B False

135 67. To establish individual long- term goals one must conduct research, lay out a plan, and question certain people for appropriate information. A True B False

136 67. To establish individual long- term goals one must conduct research, lay out a plan, and question certain people for appropriate information. A True B False

137 68. Each student should set long- term goals for a specific five year period and NOT examine them until the end of that period. A True B False

138 68. Each student should set long- term goals for a specific five year period and NOT examine them until the end of that period. A True B False

139 69. Each individual should set short-term goals for the new year and change all of them at the beginning of the next year. A True B False

140 69. Each individual should set short-term goals for the new year and change all of them at the beginning of the next year. A True B False

141 70. The majority of job openings are: A Listed with private employment agencies. B Listed in the school's newspaper. C Listed in the classified section of the Sunday newspaper. D Not listed in any one source.

142 70. The majority of job openings are: A Listed with private employment agencies. B Listed in the school's newspaper. C Listed in the classified section of the Sunday newspaper. D Not listed in any one source.

143 71. The best way to learn about a career is through: A Research. B Using libraries. C Career consultations. D Working in it.

144 71. The best way to learn about a career is through: A Research. B Using libraries. C Career consultations. D Working in it.

145 72. Where are job opportunities listed? A Want ads B School counselor offices C Professional journals D All of the above

146 72. Where are job opportunities listed? A Want ads B School counselor offices C Professional journals D All of the above

147 73. The least reliable source of information a person can learn about a company is from: A Its brochures and catalogs. B The classified section of the telephone directory. C Teachers and relatives. D Classmates.

148 73. The least reliable source of information a person can learn about a company is from: A Its brochures and catalogs. B The classified section of the telephone directory. C Teachers and relatives. D Classmates.

149 74. Career planning should begin: A When a person graduates from high school. B In the first grade if possible, but no later than grade six. C When a person thinks they are ready to go to work. D In the tenth grade.

150 74. Career planning should begin: A When a person graduates from high school. B In the first grade if possible, but no later than grade six. C When a person thinks they are ready to go to work. D In the tenth grade.

151 75. How do most employers choose the best and most qualified candidates for a job? A Letter of Application B Job Application C Job Interview D Resume

152 75. How do most employers choose the best and most qualified candidates for a job? A Letter of Application B Job Application C Job Interview D Resume

153 76. What should be matched with the career information that has been gathered when evaluating career goals? A Values, aptitudes, and skills B Values, interests, and skills C Work, interests, and skills D All of the above

154 76. What should be matched with the career information that has been gathered when evaluating career goals? A Values, aptitudes, and skills B Values, interests, and skills C Work, interests, and skills D All of the above

155 77. Career planning for starting your own business would include: A Describing the costs and benefits of self-employment. B Doing a self assessment of skills and personality traits. C Knowing how to start a business. D All of the above.

156 77. Career planning for starting your own business would include: A Describing the costs and benefits of self-employment. B Doing a self assessment of skills and personality traits. C Knowing how to start a business. D All of the above.

157 78. In evaluating career goals, one must consider: A Lifestyle. B Job. C Promotions. D Fringe benefits.

158 78. In evaluating career goals, one must consider: A Lifestyle. B Job. C Promotions. D Fringe benefits.

159 79. When evaluating career goals, a good indicator of the career lies in your: A Hobbies. B Current job. C Attitudes. D Favorite subjects.

160 79. When evaluating career goals, a good indicator of the career lies in your: A Hobbies. B Current job. C Attitudes. D Favorite subjects.

161 80. Which of the following is NOT a career planning skill? A Development of an individual career plan B Updating information from earlier career plans C Framing a house D Identifying a long range goal

162 80. Which of the following is NOT a career planning skill? A Development of an individual career plan B Updating information from earlier career plans C Framing a house D Identifying a long range goal

163 81. A process in which a student learns about him/herself, the world of work, and the relationship between the two. A Directional learning B Job application C Tips from family and friends D Career decision making

164 81. A process in which a student learns about him/herself, the world of work, and the relationship between the two. A Directional learning B Job application C Tips from family and friends D Career decision making

165 82. Which of the following is NOT a recognized source of drafting instruction? A Private trade/technical school B Two-year community college program C Four-year college program D Job shadowing

166 82. Which of the following is NOT a recognized source of drafting instruction? A Private trade/technical school B Two-year community college program C Four-year college program D Job shadowing

167 83. Newspaper advertisements in the "Help Wanted" section can give the reader: A The number of people out of work. B The answers to questions pertaining to job performance. C The companies that have products to sell. D An indication of new and emerging job skills.

168 83. Newspaper advertisements in the "Help Wanted" section can give the reader: A The number of people out of work. B The answers to questions pertaining to job performance. C The companies that have products to sell. D An indication of new and emerging job skills.

169 84. CONCURRENT ENGINEERING means that the engineering design team: A Passes the design to drafting after prototype testing has been done. B Uses preliminary design drawings to create promotions. C Is involved in mechanical engineering operations. D Allows everyone in the company to have access to product information.

170 84. CONCURRENT ENGINEERING means that the engineering design team: A Passes the design to drafting after prototype testing has been done. B Uses preliminary design drawings to create promotions. C Is involved in mechanical engineering operations. D Allows everyone in the company to have access to product information.

171 85. Who of the following need a career development plan? A Those going to college B Everyone C Those who are preparing to enter a profession D Those who plan to be technicians, trade persons, or craft persons

172 85. Who of the following need a career development plan? A Those going to college B Everyone C Those who are preparing to enter a profession D Those who plan to be technicians, trade persons, or craft persons

173 86. A drafter would LEAST likely exhibit a/an: A Mathematical ability. B Neatness. C Desire to work outside. D Interest in physical science.

174 86. A drafter would LEAST likely exhibit a/an: A Mathematical ability. B Neatness. C Desire to work outside. D Interest in physical science.

175 87. A student's written plan for career and education goals is a: A Notebook. B Map. C Career plan. D Pathway.

176 87. A student's written plan for career and education goals is a: A Notebook. B Map. C Career plan. D Pathway.

177 88. To become a civil engineer in North Carolina you must: A Have at least a four-year degree in an engineering specialty. B Have an Associate Degree from a two-year community college. C Have at least ten years of on-the- job experience and pass a test. D Go to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

178 88. To become a civil engineer in North Carolina you must: A Have at least a four-year degree in an engineering specialty. B Have an Associate Degree from a two-year community college. C Have at least ten years of on-the- job experience and pass a test. D Go to the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

179 89. Career development is: A A life long process. B Developed beliefs, values, skills, aptitudes, and interests. C A process involving a person's past, present, and future work roles. D All the above.

180 89. Career development is: A A life long process. B Developed beliefs, values, skills, aptitudes, and interests. C A process involving a person's past, present, and future work roles. D All the above.

181 90. To be COMPUTER LITERATE typically means that you can: A Program computers in C ++. B Build a computer. C Buy a computer. D Efficiently use a computer.

182 90. To be COMPUTER LITERATE typically means that you can: A Program computers in C ++. B Build a computer. C Buy a computer. D Efficiently use a computer.

183 91. A carefully selected collection of information that demonstrates a student's talents, interests, abilities, achievements, and experiences. A Newsletter B Career portfolio C File folder D Career map

184 91. A carefully selected collection of information that demonstrates a student's talents, interests, abilities, achievements, and experiences. A Newsletter B Career portfolio C File folder D Career map

185 92. A MECHANICAL ENGINEER would be most likely to design: A Buildings. B Machines. C Airfields. D Landscapes.

186 92. A MECHANICAL ENGINEER would be most likely to design: A Buildings. B Machines. C Airfields. D Landscapes.

187 93. Many job openings are unlisted because: A There aren't many jobs available. B Employers try to prevent a rush of applicants. C Employers are looking for a certain type applicant. D Employers do not expect the best applicants to read the classified ads.

188 93. Many job openings are unlisted because: A There aren't many jobs available. B Employers try to prevent a rush of applicants. C Employers are looking for a certain type applicant. D Employers do not expect the best applicants to read the classified ads.

189 94. Which of the following professional people can help you with career planning? A School counselors B Career development coordinators C Classroom teachers D All the above

190 94. Which of the following professional people can help you with career planning? A School counselors B Career development coordinators C Classroom teachers D All the above

191 95. A person's career plan may change: A When significant new information, interests, or desire appear. B Never. C At the beginning of each school year. D When a teacher or parent says it may.

192 95. A person's career plan may change: A When significant new information, interests, or desire appear. B Never. C At the beginning of each school year. D When a teacher or parent says it may.

193 96. The ability to look inside oneself is called: A Self assessment. B Peer review. C Group guidance. D Positive self concept.

194 96. The ability to look inside oneself is called: A Self assessment. B Peer review. C Group guidance. D Positive self concept.

195 97. A CIVIL ENGINEER would be most likely to design: A Satellites. B Computers. C Machines. D Bridges.

196 97. A CIVIL ENGINEER would be most likely to design: A Satellites. B Computers. C Machines. D Bridges.

197 98. People with design and drafting skills can find good employment when they also have an aptitude for: A Speaking. B Tooling. C Marketing. D Problem-solving.

198 98. People with design and drafting skills can find good employment when they also have an aptitude for: A Speaking. B Tooling. C Marketing. D Problem-solving.

199 99. Who has access to the production information data base in CONCURRENT ENGINEERING? A Just the drafter B Just the engineer C Both the drafter and the engineer D Everyone on the production team

200 99. Who has access to the production information data base in CONCURRENT ENGINEERING? A Just the drafter B Just the engineer C Both the drafter and the engineer D Everyone on the production team

201 100. Only a few people satisfy their safety and survival needs by working. A True B False

202 100. Only a few people satisfy their safety and survival needs by working. A True B False

203 101. Once you develop decision- making skills, you can use them to choose a career. A True B False

204 101. Once you develop decision- making skills, you can use them to choose a career. A True B False

205 102. Making a career decision is the first step in achieving the lifestyle you want. A True B False

206 102. Making a career decision is the first step in achieving the lifestyle you want. A True B False

207 103. Very few people earn a living doing something they used to do as a hobby. A True B False

208 103. Very few people earn a living doing something they used to do as a hobby. A True B False

209 104. Work is the central activity around which most people plan their lives. A True B False

210 104. Work is the central activity around which most people plan their lives. A True B False

211 105. When evaluating career goals, one should consider income only. A True B False

212 105. When evaluating career goals, one should consider income only. A True B False

213 106. Women now do many of the jobs that used to be considered "man's work". A True B False

214 106. Women now do many of the jobs that used to be considered "man's work". A True B False

215 107. About 80 percent of Americans are well-satisfied with their work and lifestyles. A True B False

216 107. About 80 percent of Americans are well-satisfied with their work and lifestyles. A True B False

217 108. Work is any activity that may result in something useful. A True B False

218 108. Work is any activity that may result in something useful. A True B False

219 109. Self-esteem means that we are self-conscious and insecure. A True B False

220 109. Self-esteem means that we are self-conscious and insecure. A True B False

221 110. Most people eventually achieve self-realization. A True B False

222 110. Most people eventually achieve self-realization. A True B False

223 111. A job is a collection of tasks or duties that a person does to earn a living. A True B False

224 111. A job is a collection of tasks or duties that a person does to earn a living. A True B False

225 112. The happiest, most satisfied people have little control over their lives. A True B False

226 112. The happiest, most satisfied people have little control over their lives. A True B False

227 113. The last step in the decision- making process is to make the decision. A True B False

228 113. The last step in the decision- making process is to make the decision. A True B False

229 114. Your favorite subjects in school are indicators of career interests. A True B False

230 114. Your favorite subjects in school are indicators of career interests. A True B False

231 115. You should try to ignore your day dreams since they are pure fantasy and a waste of time. A True B False

232 115. You should try to ignore your day dreams since they are pure fantasy and a waste of time. A True B False

233 116. Natural ability for a career always guarantees success in that career. A True B False

234 116. Natural ability for a career always guarantees success in that career. A True B False

235 117. For most people, all five major parts of lifestyles (family, friends, leisure activities, spiritual well-being, and career) are of equal importance. A True B False

236 117. For most people, all five major parts of lifestyles (family, friends, leisure activities, spiritual well-being, and career) are of equal importance. A True B False

237 118. Private employment agencies are managed by people who make a profit for the placement service. A True B False

238 118. Private employment agencies are managed by people who make a profit for the placement service. A True B False

239 119. The more careers you are aware of, the better your chances of finding one that is right for you. A True B False

240 119. The more careers you are aware of, the better your chances of finding one that is right for you. A True B False

241 120. To evaluate your career choices, match your values, interests, and skills with the career information you have gathered. A True B False

242 120. To evaluate your career choices, match your values, interests, and skills with the career information you have gathered. A True B False

243 121. It is unfair to have a friend or family member help you get a job. A True B False

244 121. It is unfair to have a friend or family member help you get a job. A True B False

245 122. You should never ask how much a job pays because the employer will probably think that you are only interested in the money. A True B False

246 122. You should never ask how much a job pays because the employer will probably think that you are only interested in the money. A True B False

247 123. As an adult, you will be identified mainly by the kind of work you do. A True B False

248 123. As an adult, you will be identified mainly by the kind of work you do. A True B False


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