ARM™ 401 Practice Exam Questions
The ARM™ 401 exam questions are tough. The ARM™ 401 exam consists of 75 multiple choice questions broken up into two sections, part A and part B.
Let’s look at an example of a Part A and Part B question. Below we will breakdown two sample questions, including an answer and full explanation, from the ARM™ 401™ exam. These questions are written by AssociatePI, though we do not offer an ARM™ 401™ course at this time I do recommend this study material from AB Training Center. This is the study material I use; it includes practice questions much like the question and explanations in this blog.
ARM™ 401™ Sample Exam Questions – Part A
All of the following can reduce the property damaged caused by a flood, except?
- Building external walls
- Install shutoff valves
- Elevate electronic equipment
- Build a home on sturdy soil such as clay or limestone
Answer: D) Build a home on sturdy soil such as clay or limestone
Building on sturdy soil or clay does not reduce flood loss.
Preventative actions to reduce flood damage include:
- Analyze structural integrity of buildings in flood zones.
- Set up flood barriers or walls and plan for sandbagging.
- Evaluate each building site’s flood potential.
- Store electrical equipment above flood level (elevate electronics)
- Shutter building openings.
- Keep emergency supplies and portable power equipment.
- Avoid open flames and lights in flood-exposed buildings.
- Protect flammable gas piping and install shutoff valves.
- Seal lower-level openings against entry of flood water.
ARM™ 401™ Sample Exam Questions – Part B
Which of the following is a loss exposure associated with trade secrets?
- XYZ Company files a patent on their new radio wave technology device.
- Bill, the CEO of NTC Corporation, discloses the company’s trade secret only to the COO and CFO as they both need the trade secret to perform their jobs.
- ABC Company discovers the secret recipe of Big Bagel Company’s bestselling bagel sandwich.
- JUST TEES Company, a T-shirt manufacturer, suffers a decline in sales due to poor reputation after the company CEO layoffs 100 employees to increase his bonus.
Answer: C) ABC Company discovers the secret recipe of Big Bagel Company’s bestselling bagel sandwich.
There are two loss exposures associated with trade secrets. The two loss exposures are:
- The risk of inadvertent disclosure of the secret
- The risk that another party will later discover and patent the same secret
In this case, ABC Company discovers the trade secret. This is an example of a trade secret loss exposure.
On your exam, you will be given a scenario like the one seen above; it is your job to understand what is being asked of you and how to solve or recommend a solution to the scenario.
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