F1 (BT) – Chapter 9 – PART B – MCQ’s and OTQs – ACCA

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F1-BT-Part-B-MCQs-OTQs

These are ACCA F1 (BT/FBT) Business and Technology MCQs and OTQs for Part-B of the Syllabus “Business organisation structure, functions and governance”.

These MCQs and OTQs 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 and OTQs until they have finished the entire F1 (BT/FBT) Business and Technology Part-B “Business organisation structure, functions and governance”.

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

INFORMATION ABOUT THESE MCQs Test

Course: ACCA
Fundamental Level: Knowledge, FIA
Subject: Business And Technology
Paper: F1 – BT
Chapter: 6 to 9
Chapter Number: 9 of the Practice and Exam Kit
Syllabus Area: B – Business organisation structure, functions and governance
Questions Type: MCQs and OTQs
Exam Section: Section B

Number of the Questions

These MCQs Test consist of 30 Questions that covers the Part B of the Syllabus; Business organisation structure, functions and governance of ACCA F1 (BT) Business and Technology Module.

Time

These MCQs and OTQs has a time deadline. Students have to finish the Test within the given time period so Students can get used to finishing the Exam on 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 30 questions, so Students have total 60 minutes to complete the Test.

Result

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 9 - Part B Test - MCQs and MTQs

1 / 30

Fill in the gaps in the King report's summary of the role of the board below.

To define the ________ by which the company will perform its daily duties

2 / 30

Which of the following has the greatest influence on a machine bureaucracy?

3 / 30

Scenario

The following four components of an organisation were identified by Mintzberg

  • Operating core
  • Support staff
  • Strategic apex
  • Middle line

Requirement: You are required to Match the following jobs to the above components.

(i) Canteen worker
(ii) Production worker
(iii) Sales manager
(iv) Director

QUESTION

Sales manager is ____________ ?

4 / 30

Scenario

The main levels of strategy in an organization are as follows:

  • Corporate
  • Business
  • Operational

Requirement: You are required to Match the strategic questions below to the appropriate level of strategy above.

(i) Which business should we be in?
(ii) Should we specialize in a profitable product?
(iii) How best can we market the products?
(iv) Should we segment the market?

QUESTION

Which business should we be in?

5 / 30

Scenario

The main levels of strategy in an organization are as follows:

  • Corporate
  • Business
  • Operational

Requirement: You are required to Match the strategic questions below to the appropriate level of strategy above.

(i) Which business should we be in?
(ii) Should we specialize in a profitable product?
(iii) How best can we market the products?
(iv) Should we segment the market?

QUESTION

How best can we market the products?

6 / 30

Which TWO of the following are advantages of centralisation?

7 / 30

Fill in the gaps in the King report's summary of the role of the board below.

To develop a ________combining these factors

8 / 30

Scenario

  • Company W focuses on autonomy of its employees. Task achievement is seen as more important than working relationships. The company is impersonal and defends its business interests.
  • Company X has a strict task structure with written rules and regulations which are adhered to by all employees. Dissent is not tolerated.
  • Company Y has a focus on good working relationships between employees and seeks consensus on all business decisions.
  • Company Z has a flat organisation structure and a high level of employee participation in decision-making.

Requirement: For each company, select which of Hofstede's four main dimensions of cultural differences is being displayed.

QUESTION

Which of the Hofstede's four main dimensions of cultural differences is indicating/explaining Company W?

9 / 30

Markets for trading short-term financial instruments such as certificates of deposit are known as _______________

Which of the following correctly fills the gap above?

10 / 30

Scenario

The following four components of an organisation were identified by Mintzberg

  • Operating core
  • Support staff
  • Strategic apex
  • Middle line

Requirement: You are required to Match the following jobs to the above components.

(i) Canteen worker
(ii) Production worker
(iii) Sales manager
(iv) Director

QUESTION

Director is ____________ ?

11 / 30

According to Schein there are three determinants of culture. The first of these is the observable level.

QUESTION

Concrete expressions such as design of office premises are known as ___________

Which word correctly fills in the blank above?

12 / 30

Scenario

Paul, Mary, Alan and Kate are having a board meeting of a newly formed company and they are discussing the orientation of the company.

  • Paul believes that the company will actively need to persuade customers to buy their products.
  • Mary believes they should add additional features to their products, without carrying out market research, and this will increase demand from customers.
  • Alan believes the products will sell as they are and the company should produce as many items as it can.
  • Kate believes that they should research what customers need and value and adapt the products to meet the findings of the research.

QUESTION

Select the orientation Alan recommending.

13 / 30

Scenario

The main levels of strategy in an organization are as follows:

  • Corporate
  • Business
  • Operational

Requirement: You are required to Match the strategic questions below to the appropriate level of strategy above.

(i) Which business should we be in?
(ii) Should we specialize in a profitable product?
(iii) How best can we market the products?
(iv) Should we segment the market?

QUESTION

Should we segment the market?

14 / 30

Scenario

Paul, Mary, Alan and Kate are having a board meeting of a newly formed company and they are discussing the orientation of the company.

  • Paul believes that the company will actively need to persuade customers to buy their products.
  • Mary believes they should add additional features to their products, without carrying out market research, and this will increase demand from customers.
  • Alan believes the products will sell as they are and the company should produce as many items as it can.
  • Kate believes that they should research what customers need and value and adapt the products to meet the findings of the research.

QUESTION

Select the orientation Mary recommending.

15 / 30

According to Schein there are three determinants of culture. The first of these is the observable level.

QUESTION

Patterns of greeting styles and business formalities are known as ___________

Which word correctly fills in the blank above?

16 / 30

Scenario

The following four components of an organisation were identified by Mintzberg

  • Operating core
  • Support staff
  • Strategic apex
  • Middle line

Requirement: You are required to Match the following jobs to the above components.

(i) Canteen worker
(ii) Production worker
(iii) Sales manager
(iv) Director

QUESTION

Production worker is ____________ ?

17 / 30

Fill in the gaps in the King report's summary of the role of the board below.

To define the ________ of the company

18 / 30

Scenario

Paul, Mary, Alan and Kate are having a board meeting of a newly formed company and they are discussing the orientation of the company.

  • Paul believes that the company will actively need to persuade customers to buy their products.
  • Mary believes they should add additional features to their products, without carrying out market research, and this will increase demand from customers.
  • Alan believes the products will sell as they are and the company should produce as many items as it can.
  • Kate believes that they should research what customers need and value and adapt the products to meet the findings of the research.

QUESTION

Select the orientation Kate recommending.

19 / 30

Fill in the gaps in the King report's summary of the role of the board below.

To ensure ________ of this strategy

20 / 30

Scenario

The main levels of strategy in an organization are as follows:

  • Corporate
  • Business
  • Operational

Requirement: You are required to Match the strategic questions below to the appropriate level of strategy above.

(i) Which business should we be in?
(ii) Should we specialize in a profitable product?
(iii) How best can we market the products?
(iv) Should we segment the market?

QUESTION

Should we specialise in a profitable product?

21 / 30

Scenario

Paul, Mary, Alan and Kate are having a board meeting of a newly formed company and they are discussing the orientation of the company.

  • Paul believes that the company will actively need to persuade customers to buy their products.
  • Mary believes they should add additional features to their products, without carrying out market research, and this will increase demand from customers.
  • Alan believes the products will sell as they are and the company should produce as many items as it can.
  • Kate believes that they should research what customers need and value and adapt the products to meet the findings of the research.

QUESTION

Select the orientation Paul recommending.

22 / 30

Scenario

  • Company W focuses on autonomy of its employees. Task achievement is seen as more important than working relationships. The company is impersonal and defends its business interests.
  • Company X has a strict task structure with written rules and regulations which are adhered to by all employees. Dissent is not tolerated.
  • Company Y has a focus on good working relationships between employees and seeks consensus on all business decisions.
  • Company Z has a flat organisation structure and a high level of employee participation in decision-making.

Requirement: For each company, select which of Hofstede's four main dimensions of cultural differences is being displayed.

QUESTION

Which of the Hofstede's four main dimensions of cultural differences is indicating/explaining Company X?

23 / 30

Which of the following tasks are the responsibility of Treasury department?

24 / 30

Scenario

  • Company W focuses on autonomy of its employees. Task achievement is seen as more important than working relationships. The company is impersonal and defends its business interests.
  • Company X has a strict task structure with written rules and regulations which are adhered to by all employees. Dissent is not tolerated.
  • Company Y has a focus on good working relationships between employees and seeks consensus on all business decisions.
  • Company Z has a flat organisation structure and a high level of employee participation in decision-making.

Requirement: For each company, select which of Hofstede's four main dimensions of cultural differences is being displayed.

QUESTION

Which of the Hofstede's four main dimensions of cultural differences is indicating/explaining Company Y?

25 / 30

Which of the following is NOT part of the role of a company secretary?

26 / 30

Scenario

  • Company W focuses on autonomy of its employees. Task achievement is seen as more important than working relationships. The company is impersonal and defends its business interests.
  • Company X has a strict task structure with written rules and regulations which are adhered to by all employees. Dissent is not tolerated.
  • Company Y has a focus on good working relationships between employees and seeks consensus on all business decisions.
  • Company Z has a flat organisation structure and a high level of employee participation in decision-making.

Requirement: For each company, select which of Hofstede's four main dimensions of cultural differences is being displayed.

QUESTION

Which of the Hofstede's four main dimensions of cultural differences is indicating/explaining Company Z?

27 / 30

Scenario

The following four components of an organisation were identified by Mintzberg

  • Operating core
  • Support staff
  • Strategic apex
  • Middle line

Requirement: You are required to Match the following jobs to the above components.

(i) Canteen worker
(ii) Production worker
(iii) Sales manager
(iv) Director

QUESTION

Canteen worker is ____________ ?

28 / 30

Which of the following tasks are the responsibility of Financial accounting department?

29 / 30

Fill in the gaps in the King report's summary of the role of the board below.

To identify the ________ relevant to the company

30 / 30

Breaking up the market into different groups, which each have common needs, wants and preferences is known as ___________________

Which of the options below correctly fills the blank?

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