Unit 7: Final Knowledge Review
- Congratulations! You have now completed the instructional portion of this course.
- Next, you will take the final Knowledge Review.
- This exam consists of 45 questions.
- It is a way to test your knowledge of what you have learned in the course and to prepare you to take the state exam.
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A server is a person who serves alcohol for consumption on a premises licensed to serve alcoholic beverages. Which of the following duties that servers perform require them to be certified?CorrectIncorrect
Effective July 1, 2022, how long after being hired must alcohol servers and their managers complete an ABC-approved RBS training program and pass the ABC-administered state exam?CorrectIncorrect
Once a server or manager becomes certified by ABC, how long is their certification valid?CorrectIncorrect
Which of the following employees is not required to complete RBS training?CorrectIncorrect
What happens if a server doesn’t get certified?CorrectIncorrect
Which of the following crimes is not generally associated with the overuse of alcohol?CorrectIncorrect
Which of the following is not a negative impact that overuse of alcohol can have on a community?CorrectIncorrect
Which of the following statements is not associated with binge drinking?CorrectIncorrect
Which statement is characteristic of “alcoholism”?CorrectIncorrect
Why are servers considered gatekeepers for their customers?CorrectIncorrect
Alcohol is metabolized in the liver, which can process how much alcohol in what period of time?CorrectIncorrect
Where in the body is most alcohol absorbed?CorrectIncorrect
At what point can a person’s driving ability be impaired?CorrectIncorrect
Which foods or drinks help slow the speed that alcohol is absorbed in the body?CorrectIncorrect
What is the most effective way to sober up an intoxicated person?CorrectIncorrect
Which of the following is not considered a standard alcohol drink or drink equivalent?CorrectIncorrect
What effect does alcohol have on the body?CorrectIncorrect
How does alcohol affect a driver’s ability to safely operate a vehicle?CorrectIncorrect
What factor does not generally affect the severity of intoxication?CorrectIncorrect
What does it mean when a person builds up a tolerance to alcohol?CorrectIncorrect
ABC agents are state peace officers authorized by law to perform which of the following duties?CorrectIncorrect
In California, local law enforcement officers are authorized to inspect an ABC-licensed premises under which of the following conditions?CorrectIncorrect
If a licensee or a licensee’s employee refuses to permit an ABC agent or local law enforcement officer to inspect a premises, what penalty is likely to be taken against the ABC license?CorrectIncorrect
A TRACE investigation is a type of investigation conducted by ABC agents simultaneous to an investigation into a death or injury where alcoholic beverages are involved. What is the purpose of the TRACE investigation?CorrectIncorrect
Most alcohol-related crimes in the ABC Act are misdemeanors. What is the maximum penalty a person can face for committing a misdemeanor offense?CorrectIncorrect
In California, when can a licensee or server be civilly liable for serving alcoholic beverages to an intoxicated patron who then leaves the establishment and injures another?CorrectIncorrect
In California, when may a server be held criminally liable for violating the sales-to-minor law?CorrectIncorrect
Under what circumstances is it illegal for a minor server to serve alcoholic beverages to patrons in a restaurant?CorrectIncorrect
A person’s BAC level is a key factor in which of the following offenses?CorrectIncorrect
Which of the following penalties is a licensee unlikely to face for knowingly permitting illegal sales or negotiations for sales of controlled substances on the licensed premises?CorrectIncorrect
When can a server refuse to serve an alcoholic beverage to a customer?CorrectIncorrect
What feature must an ID have to be considered bona fide and legally acceptable for the purchase of alcoholic beverages in California?CorrectIncorrect
Which of the following forms of ID is considered legally acceptable for the purchase of alcoholic beverages in California?CorrectIncorrect
In California, a Federal REAL ID or driver’s license differs from a federal non-compliant ID or driver’s license in what way?CorrectIncorrect
What must a military ID contain to be considered a legally acceptable form of ID for the purchase of alcoholic beverages?CorrectIncorrect
Which of the following is not a feature of a California driver’s license or identification card for a person under the age of 21?CorrectIncorrect
Occasionally, an underage customer may present their ID when asked with the expectation that the server or seller will not look at it closely or do the math to figure out the customer’s age. If the customer’s birthday is June 1, 2002, what date can that customer legally purchase alcohol?CorrectIncorrect
When seizing a person’s ID, what are you required by law to do with the ID?CorrectIncorrect
What is the best action to take after refusing alcohol service to a patron?CorrectIncorrect
You suspected a customer was under the influence of a stimulant drug. What was it about that customer’s behavior that led you to think this was the case?CorrectIncorrect
Frequent calls for law enforcement assistance at an ABC-licensed business should not be viewed as a normal part of doing business and can affect the ABC license. Policy changes that may need to be considered to avoid frequent calls should include which of the following changes?CorrectIncorrect
Which of the following promotions is considered discriminatory?CorrectIncorrect
When a customer orders a drink for another customer who has indicated he does not wish to have another one, what is the best approach to avoid a confrontation?CorrectIncorrect
What are the benefits of having responsible beverage service policies in place?CorrectIncorrect
When is it generally unnecessary to complete an incident log?CorrectIncorrect