CPACC PREP EXAM – 2

  • Fee: Free Practice Tests (based on CPACC Guide https://www.accessibilityassociation.org/ )
  • Passing score: 95%
  • Time limit: 30 minutes
  • Number of questions: 38
  • Format: Multiple Choice, Multi Answer and True/False
  • Difficulty: Advance
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CPACC PREP EXAM - 2

CPACC PREP EXAM - 2

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Principle 5 of Universal Design, Tolerance for Error, looks for the design of a product or service to:

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Practices for Universal Design for Learning involve incorporating flexibility into the design of educational content.

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If navigating a website is unclear, or its structure is illogical, and extremely complex for all users, the issues the website has are:

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Universal Design for Learning is based on scientific research.

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Self check-in/check-out kiosks that are placed at different heights are an example of which Universal Design principle?

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Designing web sites to benefit people with disabilities:

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All of the following are true except:

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Buildings that provide ramps as an alternative for steps or have flat entryways resolve which type of an issue:

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Door handles on a refrigerator that extend the entire length of the refrigerator's doors are an example of which Universal Design principle

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Kitchen utensils that are easy to hold and easy to use in spite of the user's strength and manual dexterity are an example of which Universal Design principle?

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Which of the following is true about data tables?

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Presenting information about a product or design in different formats adheres to which principle?

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When is the best time to start working to make a design accessible?

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Affective brain networks:

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A doorbell that uses sound and flashing lights when activated is an example of which Universal Design principle?

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For each reading assignment in her classroom, Mrs. Smith requires her students to complete a handout. She uses these handouts to measure her students' understanding of the reading assignments. While some of her students do well on these handouts, she finds that quite a few students repeatedly struggle to obtain good grades on them. Which principle of UDL might help Mrs. Smith see that most, if not all, of her students may actually understand their reading assignments?

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Who is directly affected by the laws of Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act in addition to the U.S. federal government?

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Flat, wide entryways for buildings combined with doors that open automatically using sensors are an example of which Universal Design principle?

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Which of the following is NOT a way that touchscreens at kiosks are made more universally accessible for people with blindness?

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A floor plan that incorporates ample room space and wide hallways is an example of which Universal Design principle?

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Which of the three brain networks supports planning, connecting information, and exhibiting skills?

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Large visual icons that are used to label and communicate the controls on a machine's control panel are an example of which Universal Design principle?

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An adjustable work desk that allows users to work either in a seated or standing position is an example of which Universal Design principle?

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Who is directly affected by the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA)?

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Universal Design in building entrances necessarily ruins elegant design.

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Which of the following is a way that touchscreens are made more universally accessible for people with low vision? (Select all that apply)

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Which of the following is NOT a good alternative to flat touchscreens for blind users?

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Which accessibility design feature should be visible to sighted keyboard users when the item receives keyboard focus?

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Multiple Means of Representation emphasizes implementing various ways of sparking interest in the learning process.

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An iron that shuts off automatically after 5 minutes of non-use is an example of which Universal Design principle?

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The goal of universal design is to design products and environments that are adaptable to different users.

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It is impossible to make touchscreens accessible to blind users

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Ensuring that students have the background knowledge for learning new information is a guideline for which principle of UDL?

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Which European mandate is similar to Section 508 in the United States?

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Which of the following is an example of Principle 3: Simple and Intuitive Use?

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The newer designs for U.S. dollar bills are better than the older designs for people with low vision to distinguish between dollar amounts.

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Which of the following is true about PDF documents?

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According to Principle 1 of Universal Design, Equitable Use, the design of products or environments should:

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