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DECA Practice Test

Retail Merchandising

Practice Test
      
  1.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  
      
  2.Clothing, curtains, and bedding are all examples of  
  a.   durable goods  
  b.   textile merchandise  
  c.   convenience items  
  d.   shopping items  
      
  3.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  
      
  4.Retail merchandise is often marked with a bar code, also known as the  
  a.   sku  
  b.   UPC  
  c.   UVM  
  d.   UPN  
      
  5.Coca-Cola advertises its products heavily on television, radio, and magazines. This is part of the company’s  
  a.   pull policy  
  b.   push policy  
  c.   retailing strategy  
  d.   product/service mix  
      
  6.Jeffrey has a navy blue jacket that he bought in 1963 and still wears because it has never gone out of style. The jacket can be described as  
  a.   a fad  
  b.   classic  
  c.   a convenience product  
  d.   reserved  
      
  7.Many manufacturers mark merchandise with a retail price at the factory. This process is known as  
  a.   premarking  
  b.   preretailing  
  c.   proxemics  
  d.   unit control  
      
  8.Each item in a unit control inventory system is assigned a number known as a(n)  
  a.   Universal Product Code (UPC)  
  b.   Universal Vendor Marketing (UVM)  
  c.   FIFO  
  d.   stockkeeping unit (sku)  
      
  9.Which of the following would be considered durable goods?  
  a.   winter coats  
  b.   washing machines  
  c.   hiking boots  
  d.   coffeemakers  
      
  10.Bread, milk, eggs, and paper towels are examples of  
  a.   soft line products  
  b.   emergency products  
  c.   staples  
  d.   homogenous products  

 

 
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