What do you know about business administration, and would you like to put your knowledge to the test? The business administration exam is the business’s administration core exam utilized in business management and administration principles. This exam will test vocabulary, comprehensive skills, common sense skills, fundamental problem-solving, and multiple-choice exams. If you want to have a better shot at passing the exam, this is the quiz for you.
The name of the business is chosen by the franchisee.
Products are bought directly from the supplier.
It is the least popular franchise arrangement.
Continuous assistance is provided by the franchisor.
Ability to listen
Good reading skills
Effective speaking voice
The company's annual report
The company's list of current job openings
The use of company property
The number of vacation days that an employee has taken
Know when to speak
Note key words
Keep the voice at the same pitch
Use speech mannerisms
Try to avoid eye contact
Use gestures for emphasis
Use complex words.
Limit body language.
An effective conclusion.
Defending an idea objectively.
Expressing a cultural barrier.
Many opinions increase the chances of developing useful recommendations.
It makes it easier to reach a unanimous decision.
Less conflict is likely to occur when discussing controversial issues.
The participants' input usually helps the business to resolve problems quickly.
Information of interest.
The data are too complex to describe in the body of the text.
It is important to build credibility and impress the audience.
The report does not require a bibliography.
It is placed in the appendices of a complex report.
A map of all business locations.
Product ratings and grades.
All the necessary information.
Provide supporting evidence for key points.
Attract attention to the writer's hidden agenda.
Organize content in a cohesive, manageable way.
Solicit an opinion or response from the audience.
An honest opinion.
A request for action.
Shipping and receiving
Features and benefits
Pricing and accounting
Laws and regulations
Understand the goal of the meeting prior to its start
Contribute at least one opinion to every staff meeting in which you participate
Avoid arguing with other participants, even if you strongly disagree with their point of view
Follow the instructions of the group leader, even if you have a better idea for organizing the meeting
Pay attention to internal customers.
Keep your promises.
Making eye contact.
Keep operations running smoothly.
Guide employees' actions.
Labeling, faulty design, and mispricing
Improper decisions, oversight, and service
Product, personnel, and the business
Poor service, inaccurate forms, and rudeness
Here's an interesting quiz for you.