FINAL EXAM-Principles, Marketing, & Finance
  • 1. How many credits are there on the Foundation Plan?
A) 22
B) 2
C) 24
D) 26
  • 2. How many credits of Mathematics must you take throughout your four years of High School?
A) 4
B) 3
C) 2
D) 1
  • 3. How many credits of English must you take throughout your four years of High School?
A) 4
B) 3
C) 2
D) 1
  • 4. How many credits of Science must you take throughout your four years of High School?
A) 1
B) 3
C) 4
D) 2
  • 5. How many credits of Social Studies must you take throughout your four years of High School?
A) 3
B) 1
C) 4
D) 2
  • 6. How many credits of Foreign Language must you take throughout your four years of High School?
A) 3
B) 2
C) 1
D) 4
  • 7. How many credits of Fine Arts must you take throughout your four years of High School?
A) 2
B) 1
C) 4
D) 3
  • 8. How many credits of Physical Education must you take throughout your four years of High School?
A) 4
B) 3
C) 2
D) 1
  • 9. How many credits of Electives must you take throughout your four years of High School?
A) 4
B) 3
C) 2
D) 5
  • 10. If you play a sport, does that replace the Physical Education credit that you need?
A) Yes
B) No
  • 11. How many extra credits are needed to the Endorsement Area?
A) 2
B) 4
C) 1
D) 3
  • 12. In the STEM Endorsement, what are the classes you must take?
A) 1-Math or 1-CTE Math, !-Science or 1-CTE Science, Elective 1, and Elective 2
B) 1-Math or 1- CTE Math, 1- Science, Elective 1 and Elective 2
C) 1-Math, 1-Science, Elective 1, and Elective 2
D) 1-Math, 1-Science or 1- CTE Science, Elective 1 and Elective 2
  • 13. In the Business & Industry Endorsement, what are the classes you must take?
A) 1-Math or 1- CTE Math, 1- Science, Elective 1 and Elective 2
B) 1-Math or 1-CTE Math, !-Science or 1-CTE Science, Elective 1, and Elective 2
C) 1-Math, 1-Science, Elective 1, and Elective 2
D) 1-Math, 1-Science or 1- CTE Science, Elective 1 and Elective 2
  • 14. In the Arts & Humanities Endorsement, what are the classes you must take?
A) 1-Math, 1-Science or 1- CTE Science, Elective 1 and Elective 2
B) 1-Math, 1-Science, Elective 1, and Elective 2
C) 1-Math or 1- CTE Math, 1- Science, Elective 1 and Elective 2
D) 1-Math or 1-CTE Math, !-Science or 1-CTE Science, Elective 1, and Elective 2
  • 15. In the Public Service Endorsement, what are the classes you must take?
A) 1-Math or 1-CTE Math, !-Science or 1-CTE Science, Elective 1, and Elective 2
B) 1-Math or 1- CTE Math, 1- Science, Elective 1 and Elective 2
C) 1-Math, 1-Science or 1- CTE Science, Elective 1 and Elective 2
D) 1-Math, 1-Science, Elective 1, and Elective 2
  • 16. In the Multidisciplinary Endorsement, what are the classes you must take?
A) 1-Math or 1-CTE Math, !-Science or 1-CTE Science, Elective 1, and Elective 2
B) 1-Math or 1- CTE Math, 1- Science, Elective 1 and Elective 2
C) 1-Math, 1-Science or 1- CTE Science, Elective 1 and Elective 2
D) 1-Math, 1-Science, Elective 1, and Elective 2
  • 17. In order to Graduate as a Distinguished Graduate, what must you take?
A) Geometry
B) Algebra I
C) Algebra II
D) Trigonometry
  • 18. How many End of Course Exams must you take in High School?
A) 4
B) 5
C) 2
D) 3
  • 19. How many Endorsements are there for the High School?
A) 4
B) 2
C) 3
D) 5
  • 20. How many Career Clusters are there under the Business & Industry Endorsement?
A) 10
B) 9
C) 11
D) 8
  • 21. How many Career Clusters are there under the Public Service Endorsement?
A) 4
B) 5
C) 7
D) 6
  • 22. How many Career Clusters are there under the Arts & Humanities Endorsement?
A) 2
B) 4
C) 1
D) 3
  • 23. How many Career Clusters are there under the STEM Endorsement?
A) 1
B) 4
C) 2
D) 3
  • 24. How many Career Clusters are there under the Multidisciplinary Endorsement?
A) 12
B) 17
C) 16
D) 15
  • 25. How many credits in total do you need to graduate from High School?
A) 22
B) 28
C) 26
D) 24
  • 26. Food Product Inspector
A) Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources
B) Health Science
C) STEM
D) Informational Technology
  • 27. Farming and Ranching
A) Manufacturing
B) Finance
C) Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources
D) Transportation, Distribution, and Logistics
  • 28. Architect
A) Architecture & Construction
B) Government & Public Administration
C) Hospitality & Tourism
D) STEM
E) Health Science
  • 29. Building Inspector
A) Architecture & Construction
B) Information Technology
C) Marketing, Sales & Service
D) Finance
  • 30. Graphic Designer
A) Arts, A/V Technology & Communication
B) Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources
C) STEM
D) Education & Training
  • 31. Audio-Video Systems Technician
A) Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security
B) Hospitality & Tourism
C) Manufacturing
D) Arts, A/V Technology & Communication
  • 32. Human Resource Manager
A) Architecture & Construction
B) Education & Training
C) STEM
D) Business Management and Administration
  • 33. Chief Executive Officer
A) Business Management and Administration
B) STEM
C) Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources
D) Marketing, Sales & Service
  • 34. Speech Pathologist
A) Marketing
B) Education & Training
C) Hospitality & Tourism
D) Information Technology
  • 35. Elementary Teacher
A) Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources
B) Education & Training
C) Finance
D) Government & Public Administration
  • 36. Accountants
A) Hospitality & Tourism
B) Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security
C) Finance
D) Transportation, Distribution & Logistics
  • 37. Controllers
A) Arts, A/V Technology & Communication
B) Finance
C) Hospitality & Tourism
D) Education & Training
  • 38. President and Members of Congress
A) Government & Public Administration
B) Marketing
C) Human Services
D) Information Technology
  • 39. Governors and State Legislators
A) Government & Public Administration
B) Manufacturing
C) Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources
D) Education & Training
  • 40. Communication, Transportation, and Utilities Manager
A) Marketing
B) Hospitality & Tourism
C) Information Technology
D) Education & Training
  • 41. Traffic Managers
A) STEM
B) Marketing
C) Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources
D) Arts, A/V Technology & Communication
  • 42. Technicians
A) Transportation, Distribution & Logistics
B) STEM
C) Manufacturing
D) Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources
  • 43. Computer Programmers
A) Education & Training
B) Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources
C) STEM
D) Government & Public Administration
  • 44. Trucks and Bus Driver
A) Information Technology
B) Hospitality & Tourism
C) Transportation, Distribution & Logistics
D) Education & Training
  • 45. Warehouse Managers
A) Hospitality & Tourism
B) Transportation, Distribution & Logistics
C) Education & Training
D) Information Technology
  • 46. Event Planner
A) Human Services
B) Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security
C) Information Technology
D) Hospitality & Tourism
  • 47. Mortician
A) Hospitality & Tourism
B) Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security
C) Information Technology
D) Human Services
  • 48. Software Developers
A) Hospitality & Tourism
B) Human Services
C) Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security
D) Information Technology
  • 49. Computer Network Architects
A) Human Services
B) Hospitality & Tourism
C) Information Technology
D) Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security
  • 50. Police Officers
A) Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security
B) Human Services
C) Information Technology
D) Hospitality & Tourism
  • 51. Fire Fighter
A) Hospitality & Tourism
B) Human Services
C) Information Technology
D) Law, Public Safety, Corrections & Security
  • 52. Chamber of Commerce Managers
A) Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources
B) Arts, A/V Technology & Communication
C) Education & Training
D) Government & Public Administration
  • 53. Orthodontist
A) Manufacturing
B) Information Technology
C) Health Science
D) Hospitality & Tourism
  • 54. Nurse Practitioner
A) Transportation, Distribution & Logistics
B) Health Science
C) Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources
D) aw, Public Safety, Corrections & Security
  • 55. Environmental Engineer
A) Arts, A/V Technology & Communication
B) Education & Training
C) Manufacturing
D) Agriculture, Food and Natural Resources
  • 56. Safety Coordinators
A) Hospitality & Tourism
B) Finance
C) Arts, A/V Technology & Communication
D) Manufacturing
  • 57. What does each letter in STEM stand for?
A) Science, Technology, Engineering, & Math
B) Science, Technology, Engineering, & Marketing
C) Science, Technical, Engineering, & Math
D) Social Studies, Technology, Engineering, & Math
  • 58. What percentage is Distinguished Eligible for automatic admission.
A) 100 percent
B) 20 percent
C) 10 percent
D) 15 percent
  • 59. The electives that are in the Endorsement are the same electives from the Foundation Plan.
A) False
B) It Depends
C) True
  • 60. When you began back in August, what Endorsement were you coded as?
A) Public Service
B) Multidisciplinary
C) Business & Industry
D) Arts & Humanities
E) STEM
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