• Fee: Free Practice Tests (based on CPACC Guide https://www.accessibilityassociation.org/ )
  • Passing score: 95%
  • Time limit: 40 minutes
  • Number of questions: 40
  • Format: Multiple Choice, Multi Answer and True/False
  • Difficulty: Advance
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CPACC Practice Exam - 1

CPACC Practice Exam - 1

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What is the economic model?

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What's the definition of robust?

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What are the three phases of the web development process?

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What are five types of mobility disorders?

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What's the definition of understandable?

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How can you make a product or site more operable?

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What are ICT options for people with visual disabilities?

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What is the functional solutions model?

 

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What are ways to make a web product more understandable?

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What are the two types of seizure disorders?

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What disability model says that disability is an issue with inaccessible environments rather than people ?

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What's a pro of the functional solutions model?

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Name a disability that might not be obvious to an observer

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What are ICT options for people with hearing disabilities?

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What is the Marrakesh Treaty?

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What are civil rights laws?

, Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act, the UK Equality Act of 2010, and the Japanese Act on the Elimination of Discrimination against Persons with Disabilities)

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What are the 3 Universal Designs for Learning principles?

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How can an instructor provide multiple means of engagement?

Give students the chance to personalize what they're learning so they want to be involved. Help them keep their attention on the subject through collaboration and feedback.

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What's the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities?

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What is a weakness of the functional solutions model?

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What are the weaknesses of the medical model?

Very specific definitions can be an issue when some people don't fit into a box and might miss out on benefits or assistance that they need.

It also overlooks the need for accessible environments because of its focus on the individual.

And it can give a person an "other" label.

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What are ways to provide multiple means of action and expression?

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What is a pro of the medical model?

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What is the charity model?

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What are three types of psychological disorders?

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What are pros of the economic model?

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What is the medical model of disability?

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What's a weakness of the social identity model?

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What are ways to make a site or product more perceivable?

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What are procurement laws?

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What's the Universal Declaration of Human Rights?

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How can you provide multiple means of representation?

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What are three types of visual disabilities?

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What are ways to make a site or product's code more robust?

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What are industry-specific laws?

Laws that regulate specific industries or technologies (like the 21st Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act, the Air Carrier Access Act, Web Standards for the Government of Canada, Standards sur l'accessibilité du Web, and other country-specific regulations for websites that are based on WCAG 1.0 or 2.0)

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What is the definition of perceivable?

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What are the categories of laws relating to disabilities?

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What is the definition of operable?

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What are the cons of the economic model?

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What are some types of cognitive disorders?

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