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DECA Practice Test

Retail Merchandising

Practice Test
      
  1.Clothing, curtains, and bedding are all examples of  
  a.   durable goods  
  b.   textile merchandise  
  c.   convenience items  
  d.   shopping items  
      
  2.When customers buy products showcased on the Home Shopping Network, they are engaging in  
  a.   Internet shopping  
  b.   fad shopping  
  c.   impulse shopping  
  d.   electronic shopping  
      
  3.An audit tape is  
  a.   a record made by an internal auditor of sales for each cash register in a store  
  b.   a record of total sales for a single day for an entire store  
  c.   a record kept by a cash register of all transactions entered in that register  
  d.   a record kept by point-of-purchase terminal of all sku numbers for all products purchased at that terminal  
      
  4.The process of distinguishing services or products through design is called  
  a.   building awareness  
  b.   grade labeling  
  c.   informative labeling  
  d.   differentiation  
      
  5.A department store that only sells clothing and accessories can be described as  
  a.   a full-line store  
  b.   a hard-line store  
  c.   a multi-line store  
  d.   a limited-line store  
      
  6.A retail store that advertises low prices and offers few or no services, and at which any member of the public can shop can be categorized as a  
  a.   variety store  
  b.   specialty store  
  c.   discount store  
  d.   warehouse store  
      
  7.The electronic machine at a checkout station that reads product tags and feeds information directly into a central computer is known as a  
  a.   point-of-sale terminal  
  b.   UVM reader  
  c.   unit controller  
  d.   UPC reader  
      
  8.Kylie is trying to choose between two clothes dryers. One has extra capacity and promises to prevent clothes from wrinkling. The other has fewer features and is much less expensive. The dryers would be considered  
  a.   heterogenous products  
  b.   homogenous products  
  c.   nondurable products  
  d.   convenience products  
      
  9.A flying squad is  
  a.   a group of employees who are not assigned to a particular department  
  b.   a group of employees who work in a branch store located in an airport  
  c.   employees trained to sell and deliver merchandise such as appliances  
  d.   employees trained to sell and install merchandise such as car stereos  
      
  10.Women’s rings are often marked with price tags known as  
  a.   ringseal tickets  
  b.   pin tickets  
  c.   gummed tickets  
  d.   button tickets  

 

 
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