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  • 1. Any property or mark that distinguishes.
A) habit
B) variation
C) characteristics
D) quality
  • 2. What makes up the document examiner's qualification?
A) experience
B) ability
C) all of these
D) education
  • 3. The act of setting two or more items side by side to weight their identifying qualities.
A) comparison
B) exaination
C) collation
D) conclusion
  • 4. Normal or usual deviation found between repeated specimens or any individual's handwriting or in the product of any typewriter or other record making machines.
A) natural variation
B) copy book form
C) significant writing habits
D) quality
  • 5. Graphology is the science of attempting to interpret the character or personality of an individuals from his handwriting.
A) true
B) false
  • 6. A condensed and compact set of authentic specimens which, if adequate and proper, should contain a true cross section of the material from a known source.
A) standard
B) evidential
C) unknown
D) questioned
  • 7. A characteristics that is highly personal and peculiar and is unlikely to occur in any other instance.
A) style characteristics
B) individual characteristics
C) common characteristics
D) class characteristics
  • 8. A scientific --------- results from relating observed facts by logical, common sense reasoning in accordance with established rules or laws.
A) comparison
B) collation
C) examination
D) conclusion
  • 9. document is defined as paper containing visible ink markings or symbol that conveys message to anyone
A) false
B) true
  • 10. An examination in which the document is viewed with the source of illumination behind it and the light passing through the paper.
A) reflected light examination
B) side light examination
C) transmitted light examination
D) oblique light examination
  • 11. A distinct or peculiar character.
A) variation
B) deviation
C) characteristics
D) quality
  • 12. Microscopic examination in any study or examination made with the ________ in order to discover minute physical details.
A) onoscope
B) telescope
C) microscope
D) spectroscope
  • 13. A selected, representative portion of the whole.
A) spicemen
B) sample
C) exemplar
  • 14. Any property or mark that distinguishes.
A) characteristics
B) habit
C) quality
D) variation
  • 15. Critical comparison or side by side examination.
A) examination
B) collation
C) conclusion
D) examination
  • 16. Material compiled and organized by the document examiner to assist him in answering special question.
A) sample
B) reference collection
C) exemplar
  • 17. a document completely written and signed by one person.
A) disputed document
B) questioned document
C) holographic document
  • 18. A widening of the ink stroke due to added pressure on a flexible pen point or to the use of a stub pen.
A) pen lift
B) retouching
C) retracing
D) shading
  • 19. forgery refers only to a non-genuine signature or document.
A) true
B) false
  • 20. can speed of writing be measured precisely from finished handwriting
A) yes
B) no
  • 21. wrong handed writings are those executed using the left hand
A) true
B) false
  • 22. the design of letters that is fundamental to a writing system.
A) copy book form
B) significant writing habits
C) system of writing
D) natural variations
  • 23. Both the circumstances under which the writing was prepared and the factors influencing the writers ability to write at the time of execution
A) significant writing habits
B) writing condition
C) natural variation
  • 24. pen lift caused by:
A) removing the writing instrument from the paper
B) added pressure on a flexible pen point
C) weakness or old age
  • 25. A term characterizing the visible record in the written stroke of the basic movements and manner of holding the writing instrument
A) line quality
B) rhythm
C) system of writing
D) shading
  • 26. the combination of the basic design of letters and the writing movements as taught in school.
A) copy book form
B) significant writing habits
C) system of writing
D) line quality
  • 27. Any characteristics of handwriting that is sufficiently uncommon and well fixed to serve as a fundamental point in the identification.
A) copy book form
B) significant writing habits
C) line quality
D) system of writing
  • 28. retracing is going back over a defective portion of a writing smoke.
A) true
B) false
  • 29. a writer who alter his usual writing habits is making a disguised writing.
A) false
B) true
  • 30. the average force with which the pen contacts the paper, as estimated from an examination of the writing
A) pen pressure
B) pen scope
C) pen emphasis
D) pen position
  • 31. A fraudulent signature executed by following the outline of a genuine signature with a writing instrument.
A) traced forgery
B) freehand imitation
C) spurious signature
  • 32. The relationship between the penpoint and the paper.
A) pen scope
B) pen emphasis
C) pen position
D) pen pressure
  • 33. any stroke that goes back over another writing stroke.
A) shading
B) patching
C) retracing
D) retouching
  • 34. a model signature is a forged signature that has been used to prepare an imitated or traced forgery.
A) false
B) true
  • 35. the angle or inclination of the axis of letters relative to the baseline.
A) slant
B) skill
C) speed of writing
  • 36. the element of the writing movement marked by regular or periodic recurrences
A) rhythm
B) line quality
C) writing condition
  • 37. baseline is only a ruled line upon which the writing rests.
A) true
B) false
  • 38. the act of intermittently forcing the pen against the paper surface with increased pressure.
A) pen scope
B) pen emphasis
C) pen pressure
D) pen position
  • 39. the condition of the typeface printing heavier on one side or corner than the remainder of its outline.
A) off its feet
B) horizontal malalignment
C) rebound
D) vertical malalignment
  • 40. a material used for writing that is not visible until treated by some developing process
A) ink eradicator
B) secret inks
C) visible ink
  • 41. a document that contains some change.
A) ALTERED DOCUMENTS
B) DISPUTED DOCUMENTS
C) CHARRED DOCUMENTS
  • 42. a writing instrument having as its marking tip a small freely rotating ball bearing that rolls the ink unto the paper.
A) BALL POINT PEN
B) FOUNTAIN PEN
C) PENCIL
  • 43. a photograph made through a compound microscope and maybe a greatly enlarged image of a small area.
A) photomicrographs
B) microfilm viewer
C) Microphotograps
  • 44. any abnormality or maladjustment in a typewriter that is reflected in its work and leads to its individualization or identification
A) DEFECT
B) PLATEN
C) CHARACTERS
  • 45. A colored fluid or viscous marking material used for writing or printing.
A) ink eradicator
B) pen
C) ink
  • 46. in connection with typewriting identification, letters, symbols, numerals, and points of punctuation.
A) DEFECTS
B) CHARACTERS
C) PLATEN
  • 47. A defect in which a character prints a double impression with the lighter one slightly offset to the rights or left.
A) off its feet
B) vertical malalignment
C) rebound
D) horizontal malalignment
  • 48. the order in which writing strokes are placed on the paper.
A) SYSTEM OF WRITINGS
B) LINE QUALITY
C) SEQUENCE OF STROKES
  • 49. any process in which erased writings is developed or brought out again on the document itself.
A) INTERLINEATION
B) RESTORATION
C) DECIPHERMENT
  • 50. the result of a character printing above or below its proper position.
A) horizontal malalignment
B) vertical malalignment
C) off its feet
D) rebound
  • 51. an alignment defect in which the character prints to the right or left of its proper position.
A) rebound
B) vertical malalignment
C) off its feet
D) horizontal malalignment
  • 52. the blotting out or smearing over of writing to make the original invisible or undecipherable.
A) INSERTION
B) OBLITERATION
C) INTERLINEATION
D) ERASURE
  • 53. Any identifying characteristics of typewriter that cannot be corrected by simply cleaning the typeface or replacing the ribbon.
A) PERMANENT DEFECT
B) TRANSITORY DEFECT
C) TEMPORARY DEFECT
  • 54. The cylinder that serves as the backing for the paper and absorbs the blow from the typeface.
A) DEFECT
B) CHARACTERS
C) PLATEN
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