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- What does an examination question look like?
Evaluation of professional qualifications
What does an examination question look like?
- All examinations are comprised of objective correction and multiple-choice questions (4 choices, A, B, C, D).
- For each question, there is only one valid answer, and the candidate marks his/her answer on a sheet provided for this purpose.
- Depending on the subclass, the examination can contain questions referring to a handbook. The handbooks shall be distributed to the candidates inside the examination room.
- Some questions also require that you refer to codes, regulations or legislative enactments. All the reference material which is necessary for your examination will be lent to you in the examination room.
- There may be different types of questions within a single examination. For instance, there might be simple multiple-choice questions, and questions where you must choose the statements which are suitable to the situation scenario set forth by the question.
Here are a few examples of examination questions:
For some work, you apply an invoicing policy based on the following data:
- The wage is established at $20.00/hour.
- The fringe benefits, employer contributions before CSST and various taxes on the payroll total $5.00/hour.
- The cost for the CSST is of $5.50 per $100 of wage.
- The profit expected is of 15%.
At what hourly rate should you invoice your clients? (To the nearest $1.00)
- A) $25.00/hour
- B) $26.00/hour
- C) $30.00/hour
- D) $35.00/hour
Correct answer: C
Safety management on construction sites
According to the laws and regulations in force, who has the obligation of paying the benefit or compensation of the injured worker during the first 14 days of absence?
- A) The Commission de la santé et de la sécurité du travail
- B) The ministère de l’Emploi et de la Solidarité sociale
- C) The worker’s wage loss insurance
- D) The employer
Correct answer: D
Project and site management
Among the following actions, which ones are the most appropriate to the construction of a one-storey single-family bungalow?
- To apply for a permit at the municipality
- To have the plans approved by an engineer
- To file a call for bids at the BSDQ
- To rent a tower crane
- To provide for temporary electrical power
- To comply with the Regulation respecting the guarantee plan for new residential buildings (R.S.Q. c. B-1.1, r.0.2)
- A) 1, 5 and 6 only
- B) 2, 3 and 4 only
- C) 1, 3, 5 and 6 only
- D) (1 to 6) All of the above
Correct answer: A
Performance of construction work
From the plan view on page 8 of HANDBOOK 1, given that the studs have a thickness of 140 mm (6 in.), that they are placed 400 mm (16 in.) on center, and that the double thickness lintels are built from materials measuring 38 mm x 235 mm (2 in. x 10 in.), with a 38 mm (1½ in.) sill on each side. What quantity of wood is necessary to perform the erection of the exterior walls?
- A) 108 pieces, including jambs and corner posts 324 lin. ft for the wall rails and plates 4 pieces of 3 048 mm (10 ft) for the lintels
- B) 91 pieces, including jambs and corner posts 216 lin. ft for wall rails and plates 4 pieces of 3 048 mm (10 ft) for the lintels
- C) 98 pieces, including jambs and corner posts 324 linear feet for wall rails and plates 5 pieces of 2 440 mm (8 ft) for the lintels
- D) 112 pieces, including jambs and corner posts 216 linear feet for wall rails and plates 4 pieces of 3 048 mm (10 ft) for the lintels
Correct answer: A