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Administration - Quiz

1.

What is the test duration for QbTest 12-60?

 

Select one:

a) 10 min

b) 15 min

c) 20 min

d) 25 min

 

2.

What is the test duration for QbTest 6-12?

 

Select one:

a) 10 min

b) 15 min

c) 20 min

d) 25 min

 

3.

How far away from the camera should the test taker be seated?

 

Select one:

a) 1 meter (3.28 feet)

b) It does not matter as long as the marker is in the center of the calibration box

c) 1.3 meters (4.26 feet)

 

4.

When choosing the appropriate seating arrangement for the test taker, which of the following statements are correct?

 

Select one or more:

a) Children performing QbTest 6-12 should be seated on a chair with backrest but no armrests.

b) Depending on the patient’s height either choose a stool or a chair

c) It is okay for patients performing QbTest 12-60 to dangle their feet

d) Patients performing QbTest 12-60 should be seated on a chair with backrest and armrests

e) Even if the seat is too high for the feet to reach the floor, it is not allowed to use an extra foot support

f) None of the above

 

5.

If a patient scores 30% or higher commission and/or omission errors on the first ability test, you should:
 

Select one:

a) Start QbTest

b) Use the Stimulus Card to clarify instructions and then repeat the ability test

c) Discontinue QbTest immediately

d) Without further instructions, let the patient repeat the ability test
 

6.

To standardize the test situation, how should you give the test instructions? Select one:
 

Select one:

a) First show the stimulus card and explain the test instructions, then show the instruction video, run the ability test, and then start the QbTest.

b) First show the instruction video, then show the stimulus card then run the ability test and finally start the test

c) First show the stimulus card, then run the ability test, then show the video if needed and lastly start the test
 

7.

Which of the following objects can cause reflections and disturb the camera during the test, and should thus either be covered or removed?
 

Select one or more:

a) Jewelry and shiny doorknobs

b) Normal ceiling fixtures

c) Ordinary glasses

d) Bright daylight facing the camera from a window

e) Sun reflections from walls and other objects

f) Mirrors and shiny doorknobs

 

8.

How can you tell if other sources of reflections, other than the reflective marker on the headband worn by the patient, are being picked up by the camera?
 

Select one or more:

a) There is an extra marker visible on the screen before you start the test

b) There are red track marks in the little square showing the results from the ability test

c) The number ‘0’ is visible under the camera

d) The light indicating that the camera is connected to the computer shows red

e) The number ‘1’ is visible under the camera

f) The number ‘2’ or higher is visible under the camera
 

9.

Before starting to administer a QbTest, it is advised that you check the following with the patient. Select one or more:
 

Select one or more:

a) How they are feeling prior to the test, such as sleepy, stressed, anxious, in pain, etc.

b) If they have eaten breakfast/lunch prior to the test

c) If they need to use the restroom before starting the test

d) If they have taken any medication prior to testing

e) If they are chewing gum
 

10.

When should a patient performing QbTest 6-12 press the responder button?
 

Select one or more:

a) When a grey circle with a cross repeats itself

b) When a grey circle without a cross appears on the screen

c) When a grey circle with a cross appears on the screen
 

11.

When should a patient performing QbTest 12-60 press the responder button?
 

Select one:

a) When a figure of the same shape but different colour repeats itself

b) When a figure of the same shape and same colour repeats itself

c) When a figure of the same colour but different shape repeats itself

d) All of the above

 

12.

How can you stop an ongoing test?
 

Select one or more:

a) Disconnect the internet

b) Press the delete button on the keyboard

c) Press the Esc button on the keyboard
 

13.

If you stop an ongoing test, how can you continue the interrupted test?
 

Select one:

a) It is not possible to continue an interrupted test

b) Press the Escape button on the keyboard

c) Click next and then collect the interrupted test in the outbox of the QbTest software
 

14.

When observing the patient during the test, how should you, as the administrator, be seated?
 

Select one:

a) You should be seated 1 meter directly behind the patient

b) You should be seated diagonally behind the patient and outside their field of vision and personal sphere

c) You should be seated next to the patient so that you may help out during the test

 

15.

While administering a QbTest, you find that the test taker is moving excessively during the test. What is the recommended way of handling the situation?
 

Select one:

a) Let the test taker continue without any prompts unless there are obvious risks of harming themselves or the equipment

b) Discontinue the test and review the instructions once more and start a new test administration

c) Ask the test taker to please sit still
 

16.

A patient starts talking to you as the administrator 10 minutes into the test. What should you do?
 

Select one:

a) Converse with the patient during the task and encourage them to continue

b) Inform the patient how much time is left in the task

c) Try to ignore it and to avoid eye contact. If the patient persists, remind the patient that you are not allowed to talk during the test.
 

17.

How does QbTest measure activity?
 

Select one:

a) By filming the test taker’s activity

b) By registering the test taker’s activity pattern via a reflective marker and plotting it on a graph

c) Both a) and b)
 


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