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NAME: ________________________

GRADE/SECTION:_______________

DATE:____________
SCORE:___________

MULTIPLE CHOICE
Direction: Read each item carefully and choose the letter of the best answer from the choices below.
Write your answer on the space provided before each number.
_______1. It is used to clean different computer components without scratching or leaving debris.
A. Compressed air
C. Parts organizer
B. Lint free cloth
D. Cable ties
_______2. It is a tool used to blow away dust and debris from different parts of the computer without
touching the components.
A. Lint- free cloth
C. Cable ties
B. Parts Organizer
D. Compressed air
_______3. It is used to strip and cut wires.
A. Tweezer
C. Wire cutter
B. Part retriever
D. Flash light
_______4. It is used to test the functionality of computer parts.
A. Multimeter
C. Loopback adapter
B. Parts organizer
D. None of the above
_______5. Why do we need to study the proper storage of tools, parts and equipment?
A. To ensure that tools and equipment remain in good condition.
B. To make our tools and tools and equipment last long.
C. Tools and equipment will be easy to find when we need.
D. All of the above.
_______6. Your teacher asks you to clean the desktop keyboard of the computer in your classroom.
What safety precautions do you need to apply in this task?
A. Use the standard vacuum cleaner inside a computer case.
B. Clean the desktop keyboard with compressed air or a small handheld cleaner with
brush attachment.
C. Use a wet cloth in cleaning it.
D. All of the above.
_______7. Which do not belong to the proper use of cleaning materials?
A. Blow the dust using short burst from the can.
B. Clean the contacts on components with rubbing alcohol.
C. Use glass cleaner and a soft cloth to clean the outside of the mouse.
D. Clean dusty components with a can of compressed air.
_______8. The following are the benefits in proper storage of tools, parts and equipment, except one.
Which is it?
A. Tools and parts are kept in good condition and are easy to find.
B. Costs are reduced.
C. Productivity is decreased because time is not wasted looking for tools, parts and
equipment.
D. Workshop staff develop a sense of responsibility and pride in their work.
_______9. What will happen if we forgot to turn off and unplug the device from the power source when
we are cleaning it?
A. It can cause accident.
B. We can clean the device easily.
C. We can use the device when we are cleaning it.
D. All of the above.

_______10.What could be done to minimize the incidents while the technicians are repairing the
computers?
A. The technicians should use pencil inside the computer to change the setting of
switches or to pry off jumpers.
B. Turn off and unplug the device from the power source.
C. The technicians need to be able to properly use each tool in the tool kit.
D. Both B and C
_______11.Why does all tools and equipment must be properly maintained?
A. So that the workers are not endangered.
B. Costs are reduced.
C. Workshop staff develops a sense of responsibility.
D. None of the above
_______12. What are the benefits in proper storage of tools, parts and equipment?
A. Tools and parts are kept in good condition.
B. Costs are reduced.
C. Productivity is increased.
D. All of the above
_______13. The computer technician was working on small parts of the CPU and he uses the tweezers
to repair the small parts. Do you agree with the decision of the technician? Why?
A. Yes, because the tweezers are used to manipulate small parts.
B. Yes, because the tweezers are used to strip and cut wires.
C. Yes, because the tweezers are used to loosen and tighten screws.
D. Yes, because the tweezers are used to hold screws, jumper, fastener and other small
parts.
_______14. Would it be better to wear a dust mask in cleaning your computer?
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A. Yes, because you can breathe easily with the help of your dust mask.
B. Yes, because it is good to see when you are wearing dust mask.
C. Yes, because the dust mask makes sure that you do not breathe in the dust particles.
D. Yes, because it can prevent you from breathing.
_______15. _____ chips contain instruction that can be directly accessed directly by the CPU.
A. ROM (Read-only memory)
B. RAM (Random Access Memory)
C. DIP (Dual Inline Package)
D. SIMM (Single Inline Memory Module)
_______16. It is a storage device that uses laser to read data on the optical media.
A. External Flash Drive
C. Optical Drive
B. Floppy Drive
D. Hard Drive
_______17. _____ is a removable storage device that connect to a USB port.
A. Hard Drive
C. Floppy Drive
B. External Flash Drive
D. Optical Drive
_______18. _____ is a magnetic storage device that is installed inside the computer.
A. Hard Drive
C. Floppy Drive
B. External Flash Drive
D. Optical Drive
_______19. What is the function of ROM?
A. Retain their content even when the computer is powered down.
B. Hold and process large programs and files.
C. Uses laser to read data on the optical media.
D. Connects to a USB port.
_______20. What storage device should you use as permanent storage for data?
A. Floppy Drive
C. Optical Drive
B. Hard Drive
D. External Flash Drive
_______21. The following are kinds of storage devices, except one. Which is it?
A. Hard Drive
C. External Flash Drive
B. Optical Drive
D. None of the above

_______22. The following are the types of drive interface, except one. Which is it?
A. IDE
C. SATA
B. ROM
D. SCSI
_______23. Floppy drive, Hard drive, Optical drive and External Flash Drive. What are those?
A. Memory
C. Drive interface
B. Storage Devices
D. ROM
_______24. Suppose you will install a storage drive in a computer. What drive interface should you use?
Why?
A. IDE, because it connects computer and hard disk drives.
B. SATA, because it uses several version of the ATA drive controller interface.
C. SCSI, because it connect up to 15 drives.
D. All of the above.
_______25.The speed of the memory has a direct impact on how much data a processor can process.
Which of the following support the statement?
A. Faster memory improves the performance of the processor
B. As processor speed increases, memory speed must also increase.
C. As processor speed decreases, memory speed must be decrease.
D. Both A and B
_______26. How does CPU accessed memory?
i. keyboard
ii. CPU
iii. RAM
iv. Register
A. i,ii,iii,iv
C. i,iii,ii,iv
B. iii,i,iv,ii
D. iv,iii,ii,i
_______27. How will you convert a decimal number to binary?
A. Divide the number by 2, get the quotient and remainder
B. Just divide the number by 2
C. Both A and B
D. None of the above
_______28. How the storage capacity of a hard drive can be measured?
A. KB
C. GB
B. MB
D. TB
_______29. It show the connection of a particular step to another page or part of the flow chart?
A. Triangle
C. Arrow Line
B. Oval
D. Circle
_______30. It represents by a triangle that refers to an action in a business process?
A. Process
C. Terminator
B. Sub-process
D. Decision
______31. Which statement supports that the flowchart promotes understanding of a process?
A. Flowchart can help gain agreement of sequence of steps.
B. Flowchart promotes understanding in a way that written procedures cannot do.
C. One good flow chart can replaced pages of words.
D. All of the above
_______32. Liza is new to her work and she dont know to whom she will give the files needed by her
boss. Which benefits of using flowchart did Liza need to use?
A. Provide a tool for training employees.
B. Promote understanding of process.
C. Identify problem opportunities
D. Opportunities for processes improvement
_______33. What will be the next basic flowchart symbol that follow before the oval and represent as an
individual step or activities in the process?
A. Diamond
C. Box
B. Rectangle
D. Circle
_______34. Would it be better to use symbols in creating flowcharts? Why?
A. Yes, because symbols indicate the flow from one step to another.
B. Yes, because it has specific meaning that helps in indicating the step.

C. No, because some of the people didnt know the meaning of the symbols and it will
just act as a hindrance to understand the flowchart.
D. Both A and B
_______35. Why should we use the oval in making flowcharts at the beginning and at the end of the
process steps?
A. Because oval indicates that a particular steps is connected to another page or part of
the flowchart.
B. Because oval represent an individual steps or activity in the process.
C. Because oval indicate both the starting point and the end point of the process steps.
D. Because oval shows a decision point.
_______36. The team use the as-is flowchart to understand how it work. Why?
A. They find it helpful the way the process is supposed to work.
B. They may find it hard to use the as-is flowchart.
C. They want to use the diagram.
D. None of the above
_______37. A hazard that result from the accidental cause by toxic chemicals
A. Physical hazard
C. Chemical hazard
B. Mechanical hazard
D. Electric shock hazard
_______38. It is a situation in the workplace that has the potential to harm the health and safety of the
people.
A. Physical hazard
C. Mechanical hazard
B. Chemical hazard
D. Hazard
_______39. It is always better to control hazard as doze to the sources as possible. Where are controls
used?
A. At the source
C. At the worker
B. Along the path
D. All of the above
_______40. It is the development of system to prevent accidents or injuries?
A. Housekeeping
C. Hazard Control
B. Risk management
D. Risk
_______41. Which statement is correct?
A. Inkjet printer cartridge is a mechanical hazard.
B. Inkjet printer cartridge is a chemical hazard.
C. Inkjet printer cartridge is a physical hazard.
D. Inkjet printer cartridge is an electric shock hazard.
_______42. When you are using computer in the working area, what is the best way you can identify
your health and safety problems?
A. Clean your workplace
B. Observe and read reports or other information about your workplace
C. Ask to other workers to inspect your area
D. None of the above
_______43. The following are some precautions which can be taken to reduce the risks of accidents,
except one. Which is it?
A. Heating and ventilation should be suitable for the working environment
B. Electrical equipment should be safety tested at least once a year.
C. Food and drink should not be place near a machine
D. Bags and obstacles should not be stored out of the way so that people cant trip over
them
_______44. Cables running across the floor. What kind of hazard is this?
A. Chemical hazard
C. Mechanical hazard
B. Physical hazard
D. Electric shock hazard
_______45. Can you predict what would happen if we practice to control hazard and risk?
A. Yes, it prevents workers from being exposed to occupational hazard.
B. Yes, it prevents workers from being exposed to their work.
C. Yes, it prevents workers from being exposed to their workmates.
D. Yes, it prevents workers from being exposed to the opportunity around them.

_______46. Suppose that the workers did not follow the rules and regulation in the workplace. What
might happen to them?
A. The workers will be safe from any dangerous materials.
B. The workers understand the hazard of their jobs.
C. The workers will perform their job as required.
D. The workers will be exposing to the hazard in their workplace.
_______47. Is it good to change posture at frequent intervals when using a computer? Why?
A. No, because the employees might feel uncomfortable.
B. Yes, because changing posture at frequent intervals minimize the fatigue.
C. Yes, because changing posture at frequent intervals maximize the fatigue.
D. No, because changing posture at frequent intervals minimize the fatigue.
_______48. We need to practice the proper storage of chemicals use in cleaning our computer. Which
statement is correct?
A. Chemicals can be harmful if accidentally swallowed, get on bare skin, or get in eyes.
B. Chemicals are not harmful and it is safe for every workers.
C. Chemicals can clean our computer.
D. Chemicals can be used several times.
_______49. Would it be better to manage your own desktop?
A. Yes, because desktop is a starting point of our entire computing experience.
B. Yes, because if you let your desktop ugly and messy your productivity will take a
dive.
C. Yes, because when you manage your desktop properly, your workspace will be nice,
clean and productive with minimal effort.
D. All of the above.
_______50. Why it is important to monitor and review your hazard control program and methods?
A. To make sure that the control is working effectively
B. That exposure to the hazard is reduced and eliminated
C. Both a and b
D. None of the above

TABLE OF SPECIFICATION IN TLE 8

Level of Objectives
Subject Matter

Total
No. of
Points

Topic
Lesson 1
Use Hand Tools
Lesson 2
Perform Mensuration
and Calculation
Lesson 3
Prepare and interpret
Technical Drawing
Lesson 4
Practice Occupational
Health
TOTAL

ANSWER KEYS
Multiple Choice
1. B
2. D

K
(30%
)

C
(10%)

A
(10%
)

A
(10%)

S
(10%)

E
(30%
)

10

16.8

1-4

7-8

9-10

11-14

14

10

16.8

15-18

19

20

21-22

23-24

25-28

14

9.6

29-30

31

32

33

34

35-36

10

16.8

37-40

41

42

43-44

45-46

47-50

14

36

60
mins.

14

14

50

3. C
4. C
5. D
6. B
7. B

8. C
9. A
10. D
11. A
12. D
13. A
14. C
15. A
16. C
17. B
18. A
19. A
20. B
21. D
22. B
23. B
24. D
25. D

26. C
27. A
28. C
29. D
30. A
31. D
32. B
33. C
34. C
35. C
36. A
37. C
38. B
39. D
40. C
41. B
42. B
43. D
44. B
45. A
46. D
47. B
48. A
49. D
50. C