F1 (BT) – Chapter 21 MCQ’s (Performance appraisal) – ACCA


These are ACCA F1 (BT/FBT) Business and Technology MCQs for Chapter; Performance appraisal.

These MCQs are designed in a way that students could better understand the exam format and get used to practice online. This approach will reduce exam stress and enable students to prepare better.

We request the students, Not to solve the MCQs until they have finished the entire chapter “Performance appraisal”.

All the questions are compulsory, so do not skip any.


Course: ACCA
Fundamental Level: Knowledge, FIA
Subject: Business And Technology
Paper: F1 – BT
Chapter: Performance appraisal
Chapter Number: 21 of the Practice and Exam Kit; and 25 of the Study Text
Syllabus Area: D – Leading and managing individuals and teams
Questions Type: MCQs
Exam Section: Section A

Number of the Questions

These MCQs Test consist of 13 Questions that covers the Chapter; Performance appraisal of ACCA F1 (BT) Business and Technology Module.


These MCQs have a deadline. Students have to finish the Test within the given time period so Students can get used to finishing the Exam in time.

As in ACCA Exam, there are 1.8 minutes per mark. So each 2 marks question have 3.6 minutes to complete.

This Test includes some MCQs that worth 2 marks and some worth 1 Mark. We therefore giving an average time to complete the Test.

This Test has 13 questions, so Students have total 26 minutes to complete the Test.


Students can see their result at the end of the test. Further, the correct and wrong questions. Moreover, the explanation of wrong questions.

Types of Questions

MCQs: Choose one from the given options.
Multiple choice: Choose all those answers which seems to you correct/ or incorrect, as per the requirement of the question. Keep your eye on the wording “(select all those which are correct/ or incorrect)“.
Drop down: Select from the list provided.
Type numbers: Type your answer in numbers as per the requirement of the question.

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F1 - Chapter 21 - Part D Test - MCQs and MTQs

1 / 13

Appraisal is a complex human relations and political exercise. Which of the following is NOT necessarily a helpful factor in the design of an appraisal scheme?

2 / 13

Which of the following are meaningful criteria for measuring the effectiveness of an appraisal scheme?

(i) Serious intent
(ii) Fairness
(iii) Efficiency
(iv) Co-operation
(v) Results

3 / 13

Which of the following criteria would NOT be suitable for evaluating an appraisal system?

4 / 13

Which of the following is NOT a purpose of performance appraisal?

5 / 13

................ is 'a process to establish a shared understanding about what is to be achieved, and an approach to managing and developing people in order to achieve it'.

Which two words correctly completes this definition?

6 / 13

In an appraisal interview, the manager tells the subordinate how he has been assessed – good and bad – and then gives him a chance to put questions, suggest improvement targets, explain shortcomings and identify problems.

Using Maier's classification, what is the name given to this approach to appraisal interviewing?

7 / 13

.................. is the name given to gathering of appraisals from the individual, superiors, subordinates, peers and co-workers and customers.

Which word or phrase correctly completes this sentence?

8 / 13

A manager is assessing the performance of her team members. In accordance with the appraisal system of the organisation, she has been given a list of characteristics and performance elements, with notes on how to interpret and apply the terms: 'integrity', 'punctuality' and so on. She is required to comment on how each appraisee measures up in terms of each factor.

Which appraisal technique is this organisation using?

9 / 13

Which of the following is an advantage to all employees of having a formal appraisal system?

10 / 13

All of the following, except one, are sound principles for devising performance measures. Which is the exception?

11 / 13

A sales team is assessed according to the number of sales calls made, number of leads generated, and number and value of sales made.

Which appraisal technique is described in this example?

12 / 13

Which of the following is likely to be the most objective approach to appraisal?

13 / 13

Which of the following is NOT a barrier to effective appraisal?


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