Canada Liquor Server Training Final Practice Test Online

Canada Liquor Server Training Final Practice Test Online: The real practice test is untimed however, once you start your test, you can not leave the camera view. On average, it takes approximately 30 to 45 minutes to complete. This practice test can help your Canada Liquor Server Training Certificate Online preparation better.

During the real test, the proctors have the ability to view the screen and utilize the mouse and keyboard as if they were sitting next to you. Once the exam starts, your proctor will monitor everything on the computer screen, but can no longer utilise your mouse and keyboard.

Anyone who serves handles or sells alcohol, as well as security staff, must be in possession of a certification. You can also check various Alcohol Serving Courses in Canada.

Canada Liquor Server Training Final Practice Test Online

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Canada Liquor Server Training
Final Practice Test 3

Total Items: 33
Question Type: Multiple Choice
Passing Marks: 80%
Time Limit: N/A

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1) Calculate the estimated BAC for the following person.

Sex: Male
Weight: 225 lbs
No. of Standard Drinks: 2
Time: One Hour

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2) Which of the following are things that servers could do to help ensure a safe environment? Select all that apply.

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3) What kind of signs are required to be posted? (select all that apply)

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4) When to check ID? (Select all that apply)

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5) If the same number of standard drinks is consumed. which guest will most likely have the lowest BAC?

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6) What are the rules about bringing outside alcohol into a licensed establishment?

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7) In order to be a valid ID, identification must (select all that apply)

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8) As a license holder it is your responsibility to control who goes behind the bar; what are some of the acceptations of that? (select that apply)

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9) Which of the following is true about Sandy's Law? Select all that apply.

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10) How long do servers have to clear signs of service after the last call?

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11) As a server, it is your right and obligation to provide safe alcohol service. That includes making smart decisions based on:

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12) Which of the following statements are true, where must an establishment purchase their alcohol and what are the conditions and acceptations? (select all that apply)

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13) As a Duty of Care in a Private Event, How would you provide help to prevent drinking and driving? (select all that apply)

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14) What is the law in regard to the hours in which an establishment is able to sell alcohol?

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15) To be eligible for a Tailgate Event Permit in Ontario, the tailgate event must be which of the following types of live sporting events

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16) Maria is slurring her speech, and having difficulty with coordination and balance. Is she intoxicated?

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17) For which of the following situations should you write up an incident report? Select all that apply.

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18) How much alcohol by volume is to be served for Wine?

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19) What is the legal drinking age in Ontario?

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20) If someone brings in a bottle of wine and does not finish it what are the requirements for them to take the rest home? (select all that apply)

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21) Which of the following activities could lead the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) to suspend a licence?

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22) Which of the following is true about people with a high tolerance for alcohol? Select all that apply.

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23) Calculate the estimated BAC for the following person.

Sex: Female
Weight: 100 lbs
No. of Standard Drinks: 3
Time: Two Hours

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24) Which of the following would suggest that a customer's identification is fake? Select all that apply.

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25) A customer wants to buy alcohol in a grocery store and presents an expired Ontario Driver's Licence. This is the only I.D. the customer has. What should the cashier do?

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26) Which of the following is not acceptable when verifying a customer's I.D.?

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27) Which of the following statements is true in regard to rating your guest?

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28) Which of the following you should not allow, as a responsible Special Occasion Permit (SOP) holder in Ontario? (select all that apply)

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29) Alcohol is metabolized in the body at a set rate. For most people. that rate is:

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30) How much alcohol by volume is to be served for Beer?

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31) Alcohol slows down the central nervous system and impacts how a person thinks. acts. and mines. This means alcohol

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32) What is the most effective way to determine if your customers have been drinking prior to arrival? Select all that apply.

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33) Employees working for a licensed establishment may be found civilly liable for intoxicated customers who injure themselves or others. Which of the following is also true about Civil Liability?

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The training in each province and territory differs depending on the liquor laws and has different names:

  1. Serving It Right (British Columbia),: www.responsibleservicebc.gov.bc.ca
  2. Proserve Program (Alberta): proserve.aglc.ca
  3. Serve it Right (Saskatchewan), business.tourismsaskatchewan.com
  4. Smart Choices (Manitoba): smartchoicesmb.ca
  5. Smart Serve Ontario (Ontario), smartserve.ca
  6. Service in Action (Quebec), www.educalcool.qc.ca
  7. It’s Good Business: Responsible Service of Alcohol (New Brunswick), training.aitnb.com
  8. It’s Good Business (Nova Scotia), onlinetraining.tourismhrc.com
  9. It’s Our Business (Prince Edward Island), members.restaurantscanada.org
  10. It’s Good Business: Responsible Service of Alcohol (Newfoundland and Labrador) hnl.ca/training/serve-responsible-nl/
  11. Be a Responsible Server (B.A.R.S) (Yukon) yukon.ca