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How to Take the Final Examination The following final examination is designed to find out how much you have learned about the basics of emergency management and about being an emergency manager. While taking the final examination, read each question carefully and select the answer that you think is correct after reading all the possible choices. Complete all of the questions. You may refer to the course materials to help you answer the questions. When you have completed the examination, you may submit your answers online at www.training.fema.gov, click on FEMA Independent Study and follow the links to the specific course or you may order an Opscan Answer Sheet form by going to www.training.fema.gov, click on FEMA Independent Study and go to Opscan Request. Follow the instructions on the answer sheet and mail it to: FEMA Independent Study Program 16825 South Seton Avenue Emmitsburg, MD. 21727 Your answers will be scored and the results returned to you as quickly as possible. If you score 75 percent or higher, you will receive a certificate of completion from FEMA. If you score less than 75 percent, you will be given another chance to take the test. There are 50 questions on the final examination, and should take no more than 60 minutes to complete. Find a quiet spot where you will not be interrupted during this time. The Emergency Manager Final Exam-1
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Final Examination Instructions: There is only one correct answer for each question. When you have finished, prepare the answer sheet as directed and mail to the address provided or you may submit your answers online at http://training.fema.gov, click on FEMA Independent Study and follow the links to the specific course. Your examination will be evaluated and the results will be issued to you. 1. Developing an emergency operations plan is an activity in this phase of emergency management: a. Preparedness b. Response c. Recovery d. Mitigation 2. A system built on the basic principle that many of the same management strategies that apply to one emergency will apply to other emergencies is: a. Integrated Emergency Management b. Coordinated Management System c. Incident Prevention System d. Comprehensive Emergency Management 3. Hurricanes, snowstorms, flooding fall into this type of hazard category: a. Natural b. Man-made 4. Adjacent sectors in a community will have the same vulnerability for a hazardous transportation accident if the frequency of occurrence is projected to be the same. a. True b. False 5. A request for a federal declaration for disaster assistance must come from this person: a. Mayor b. Attorney General c. Governor d. Comptroller Final Exam-2 The Emergency Manager
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Final Examination 6. The emergency manager’s role for media relations is to: a. Make all contacts with the media. b.
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This note was uploaded on 01/21/2011 for the course FEMA 1 taught by Professor None during the Spring '10 term at Thomas Edison State.

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