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Environmental

Environmental Planning REFRESHER QUESTION BANK (SET D) CREDIT TO : PLANWARDS & PIEP

Planning

REFRESHER QUESTION BANK (SET D)

CREDIT TO : PLANWARDS & PIEP

1. New Urbanism promotes,

A. Walkability B. Mixed uses C. Compactness

1. New Urbanism promotes, A. Walkability B. Mixed uses C. Compactness D. Nostalgic architecture

D. Nostalgic architecture

1. New Urbanism promotes,

A. Walkability

B. Mixed uses

C. Compactness

1. New Urbanism promotes, A. Walkability B. Mixed uses C. Compactness D. Nostalgic architecture

D. Nostalgic architecture

2. What is the name of the requirement that involves a detailed process of zoning conformance?

2. What is the name of the requirement that involves a detailed process of zoning conformance?

A. Rezoning B. Nexus C. Consistency D. Zoning E. None of the above

2. What is the name of the requirement that involves a detailed process of zoning conformance?

2. What is the name of the requirement that involves a detailed process of zoning conformance

A. Rezoning B. Nexus

C. Consistency

D. Zoning E. None of the above

3. Which book did Jane Jacobs write?

3. Which book did Jane Jacobs write? A. American Skyline B. The Intelligence of Democracy C.

A. American Skyline B. The Intelligence of Democracy C. The Death and Life of Great American Cities D. How the Other Half Lives

3. Which book did Jane Jacobs write?

3. Which book did Jane Jacobs write ? A. American Skyline B. The Intelligence of Democracy

A. American Skyline B. The Intelligence of Democracy

C. The Death and Life of Great

American Cities

D. How the Other Half Lives

4. What 1961 book critiques the planning profession and planners?

4. What 1961 book critiques the planning profession and planners? A. Image of the City, by

A. Image of the City, by Kevin Lynch B. Carrying out the City Plan, by Flavel Shurtleff C. How the Other Half Lives, by Jacob

Riis D. The Death and Life of Great American

Cities, by Jane Jacobs

4. What 1961 book critiques the planning profession and planners?

4. What 1961 book critiques the planning profession and planners? A. Image of the City, by

A. Image of the City, by Kevin Lynch B. Carrying out the City Plan, by Flavel Shurtleff C. How the Other Half Lives, by Jacob

Riis

D. The Death and Life of Great American

Cities, by Jane Jacobs

5. Developer’s dedicating a certain

amount of open space for the

creation of park land in their new

5. Developer’s dedicating a certain amount of open space for the creation of park land in

development is an example of what?

A. Improvement Standard B. Exaction C. Growth Management Controls D. Recordation

5. Developer’s dedicating a certain amount of open space for the creation of park land in their new development is an example of what?

5. Developer’s dedicating a certain amount of open space for the creation of park land in

A. Improvement Standard

B. Exaction

C. Growth Management Controls

D. Recordation

6. Which book was written by Charles E. Lindblom?

6. Which book was written by Charles E. Lindblom? A. Urban Planning Society Policy B. The

A. Urban Planning Society Policy B. The Intelligence of Democracy C. City Planning Process D. The Urban General Plan

6. Which book was written by Charles E. Lindblom?

6. Which book was written by Charles E. Lindblom ? A. Urban Planning Society Policy B.

A. Urban Planning Society Policy

B. The Intelligence of Democracy

C. City Planning Process D. The Urban General Plan

7. What is the median of the following data set?

2

2

2

4

4

5

6

6

7

7

A. 4 B. 4.5 C. 5 D. 45

7. What is the median of the following data set? 2 2 2 4 4 5

7. What is the median of the following data set?

2

2

2

4

4

5

6

6

7

7

A. 4

 

B. 4.5

C. 5 D. 45

7. What is the median of the following data set? 2 2 2 4 4 5

8. Watersheds can be described as which of the following?

8. Watersheds can be described as which of the following? A. Topographic areas where surface water

A. Topographic areas where surface water

runoff drains to a specific point on a stream

or to a water body.

B. An underground bed or stratum of earth, gravel or porous stone containing water. C. Areas where the fresh water meets salt

water.

D. None of the above.

8. Watersheds can be described as which of the following?

8. Watersheds can be described as which of the following? A. Topographic areas where surface water

A. Topographic areas where surface water

runoff drains to a specific point on a stream

or to a water body.

B. An underground bed or stratum of earth, gravel or porous stone containing water. C. Areas where the fresh water meets salt

water.

D. None of the above.

9. You are responsible for interpreting the

land use map of a district within your

community. The color of the map is primarily purple. What could you conclude?

9. You are responsible for interpreting the land use map of a district within your community.

A. The area is primarily residential

B. The area is primarily an industrial district

C. The area is primarily a

commercial/shopping district D. The area is primarily a multi-family

residential district

9. You are responsible for interpreting the land use map of a district within your community. The color of the map is primarily purple. What could you conclude?

9. You are responsible for interpreting the land use map of a district within your community.

A. The area is primarily residential

B. The area is primarily an industrial district

C. The area is primarily a

commercial/shopping district D. The area is primarily a multi-family

residential district

10. Which of the following happened in

1909?

10. Which of the following happened in 1909? A. The San Francisco Plan was completed by

A. The San Francisco Plan was completed

by Burnham B. Burnham Park was completed C. The First National Conference on City Planning D. The City Plan of Manila was completed

10. Which of the following happened in

1909?

10. Which of the following happened in 1909 ? A. The San Francisco Plan was completed

A. The San Francisco Plan was completed

by Burnham B. Burnham Park was completed

C. The First National Conference on City

Planning

D. The City Plan of Manila was completed

11. This agreement began on January 1, 1994, with the intention of fostering trade and investment.

11. This agreement began on January 1, 1994, with the intention of fostering trade and investment.

A. NEFTA B. NAFTA C. China Agreement D. The International Shipping and Transportation Agreement

11. This agreement began on January 1, 1994, with the intention of fostering trade and investment.

11. This agreement began on January 1, 1994 , with the intention of fostering trade and

A. NEFTA

B. NAFTA

C. China Agreement D. The International Shipping and Transportation Agreement

12. Every

is

______________

mandated to have at least one

Materials Recovery Facility.

A. Barangay B. Municipality/City C. Province D. Zone E. District

12. Every is ______________ mandated to have at least one Materials Recovery Facility. A. Barangay B.

12. Every

is

______________

mandated to have at least one

Materials Recovery Facility.

A. Barangay

B. Municipality/City C. Province D. Zone E. District

12. Every is ______________ mandated to have at least one Materials Recovery Facility . A. Barangay

13. There are

U.N. Millennium

____ Development Goals.

A. 7 B. 8

C.16

D.17

13. There are U.N. Millennium ____ Development Goals. A. 7 B. 8 C.16 D.17 E. 18

E. 18

13. There are

U.N. Millennium

____ Development Goals.

A. 7

B. 8

C.16

D.17

13. There are U.N. Millennium ____ Development Goals . A. 7 B. 8 C.16 D.17 E.

E. 18

14. Which of the following is not a named sector covered in the CLUP?

14. Which of the following is not a named sector covered in the CLUP? A. Forest

A. Forest Areas B. Settlement Areas C. Infrastructure D. Production Areas

14. Which of the following is not a named sector covered in the CLUP?

14. Which of the following is not a named sector covered in the CLUP ? A.

A. Forest Areas

B. Settlement Areas C. Infrastructure D. Production Areas

15. At which point of the 12-step CLUP process is the Vision Reality Gap analysis made?

15. At which point of the 12-step CLUP process is the Vision Reality Gap analysis made?

A. Organize

  • B. Identify Stakeholders

C. Set the Vision

  • D. Analyze the Situation

  • E. None of the above

15. At which point of the 12-step CLUP process is the Vision Reality

Gap analysis made?

15. At which point of the 12-step CLUP process is the Vision Reality Gap analysis made?

A. Organize

  • B. Identify Stakeholders

C. Set the Vision

  • D. Analyze the Situation

  • E. None of the above

16. Which of the following is not a component of the Human Development Index?

16. Which of the following is not a component of the Human Development Index? A. Income

A. Income Index B. Life Expectancy C. Fertility Rate D. Education Index E. All of the above are components

16. Which of the following is not a component of the Human Development Index?

16. Which of the following is not a component of the Human Development Index ? A.

A. Income Index B. Life Expectancy

C. Fertility Rate

D. Education Index E. All of the above are components

17. Which government agency is the proponent of the Ambisyon Natin 2040?

17. Which government agency is the proponent of the Ambisyon Natin 2040? A. NEDA B. DILG

A. NEDA B. DILG C. HLURB D. DENR

17. Which government agency is the proponent of the Ambisyon Natin 2040?

17. Which government agency is the proponent of the Ambisyon Natin 2040 ? A. NEDA B.

A. NEDA

B. DILG C. HLURB D. DENR

18. Which of the following is not a tool used for implementing the CLUP?

18. Which of the following is not a tool used for implementing the CLUP? A. Zoning

A. Zoning Ordinance B. Business Tax C. Real Property Tax D. Business Permits E. Zoning Clearances

18. Which of the following is not a tool used for implementing the CLUP?

18. Which of the following is not a tool used for implementing the CLUP ? A.

A. Zoning Ordinance

B. Business Tax

C. Real Property Tax D. Business Permits E. Zoning Clearances

19. What is the childbearing age of females in the Philippines, according to the Philippine Statistics Authority?

19. What is the childbearing age of females in the Philippines, according to the Philippine Statistics

A. 18-49 years old B. 18-64 years old C. 15-44 years old D. 15-64 years old E. 15-49 years old

19. What is the childbearing age of females in the Philippines, according to the Philippine Statistics Authority?

19. What is the childbearing age of females in the Philippines , according to the Philippine

A. 18-49 years old B. 18-64 years old C. 15-44 years old D. 15-64 years old

E. 15-49 years old

20. If an LGU has a density of 175 households per hectare, what is its density classification?

20. If an LGU has a density of 175 households per hectare, what is its density

A. Medium B. High C. Low D. Barren

20. If an LGU has a density of 175 households per hectare, what is its density classification?

20. If an LGU has a density of 175 households per hectare , what is its

A. Medium

B. High C. Low D. Barren

21. When was the last census made?

A. 2007

B. 2010 C. 2014 D. 2015 E. 2016

21. When was the last census made? A. 2007 B. 2010 C. 2014 D. 2015 E.

21. When was the last census made?

A. 2007

B. 2010 C. 2014

D. 2015

E. 2016

21. When was the last census made ? A. 2007 B. 2010 C. 2014 D. 2015

22. The Human Development Index

conceptualized by Amartya Sen and Mahbubul

Hag for the UNDP is based on 3 indicators.

22. The Human Development Index conceptualized by Amartya Sen and Mahbubul Hag for the UNDP is

Which among the following Millennium Development Goals is least related to the 3?

A. Reduce child mortality B. Eradicate extreme poverty and hunger C. Achieve universal primary education

D. Improve maternal health

22. The Human Development Index conceptualized by Amartya Sen and Mahbubul Hag for the UNDP is based on 3 indicators. Which among the following Millennium Development Goals is least related to the 3?

22. The Human Development Index conceptualized by Amartya Sen and Mahbubul Hag for the UNDP is

A. Reduce child mortality B. Eradicate extreme poverty and hunger C. Achieve universal primary education

D. Improve maternal health

23. What is the ideal teacher-student ratio for graduate school?

23. What is the ideal teacher-student ratio for graduate school? A. 1:10 B. 1:15 C. 1:20

A. 1:10

B.

1:15

C. 1:20

D. 1:25

23. What is the ideal teacher-student ratio for graduate school?

23. What is the ideal teacher-student ratio for graduate school ? A. 1:10 B. 1:15 C.

A. 1:10

B.

1:15

C. 1:20

D. 1:25

24. What is the ideal classroom size per pre-schooler?

24. What is the ideal classroom size per pre-schooler? A. 1.0 sqm B. 1.5 sqm C.

A. 1.0 sqm B. 1.5 sqm C. 2.0 sqm D. 2.5 sqm

24. What is the ideal classroom size per pre-schooler?

24. What is the ideal classroom size per pre-schooler ? A. 1.0 sqm B. 1.5 sqm

A. 1.0 sqm

B. 1.5 sqm

C. 2.0 sqm D. 2.5 sqm

25. Which is not a standard for sports and recreation?

a
a

A. At least 600 sqm per 1,000 population for

and municipality park

a city

B. At least 500 sqm per 1,000 population for

designed park

C. At least 1/2 hectare per 1,000 population as

open playfield

D. At least 30% of the entire gross area of

an

open-market subdivision kept as unbuilt

25. Which is not a standard for sports and recreation?

a
a

A. At least 600 sqm per 1,000 population for

and municipality park

a city

B. At least 500 sqm per 1,000 population for

designed park

C. At least 1/2 hectare per 1,000 population as

open playfield

D. At least 30% of the entire gross area of

an

open-market subdivision kept as unbuilt

26. Which are not valid scales of data? i. Nominal - blood type ii. Ordinal - ranking iii. Interval - temperature in Kelvin

26. Which are not valid scales of data? i. Nominal - blood type ii. Ordinal -

iv. Ratio - temperature in Celsius

A. All are valid

B. All are not valid

C. i, ii D. iii, iv

26. Which are not valid scales of data? i. Nominal - blood type

ii. Ordinal - ranking

iii. Interval - temperature in Kelvin iv. Ratio - temperature in Celsius

26. Which are not valid scales of data? i. Nominal - blood type ii. Ordinal -

A. All are valid B. All are not valid C. i, ii

D. iii, iv

27. The PH annual population growth

rate from 2010-2015 is replacement rate.

A. Below B. Equal C. Over

the

__________

27. The PH annual population growth rate from 2010-2015 is replacement rate. A. Below B. Equal

27. The PH annual population growth

rate from 2010-2015 is replacement rate.

A. Below

B. Equal C. Over

the

__________

27. The PH annual population growth rate from 2010-2015 is replacement rate. A. Below B. Equal

28. Rank the regions in increasing population based on 2015 census.

28. Rank the regions in increasing population based on 2015 census. A. IV-A, III, NCR B.

A. IV-A, III, NCR

  • B. III, IV-A, NCR

C. NCR, III, IV-A

  • D. III, NCR, IV-A

28. Rank the regions in increasing population based on 2015 census.

28. Rank the regions in increasing population based on 2015 census . A. IV-A, III, NCR

A. IV-A, III, NCR

  • B. III, IV-A, NCR

C. NCR, III, IV-A

  • D. III, NCR, IV-A

29. Which type of research is not described as applied research?

29. Which type of research is not described as applied research? A. Action B. Explanatory C.

A. Action B. Explanatory C. Exploratory D. Evaluation

29. Which type of research is not described as applied research?

29. Which type of research is not described as applied research ? A. Action B. Explanatory

A. Action B. Explanatory

C. Exploratory

D. Evaluation

30. Enumerate the major steps of the Executive - Legislative Agenda from

start to finish.

I. Formulate sectoral strategies

II. Determine vision-reality gap

III. Formulate sectoral goals and objectives

IV. Redefine/revisit the LGU vision and mission statements

30. Enumerate the major steps of the Executive - Legislative Agenda from start to finish. I.

V. Identify programs, projects, activities, and legislative requirements

VI. Prioritize programs, projects, activities, and legislative requirements

VII. Rank and match prioritized PPA's and legislative requirements with

available funds

A. III, I, IV, II, V, VI, VII B. II, IV, III, I, V, VI, VII

C. IV, II, III, I, V, VI ,VII

D. VI, IV, II, III, I, V, VII

30. Enumerate the major steps of the Executive - Legislative Agenda from start to finish.

I. Formulate sectoral strategies

II. Determine vision-reality gap

III. Formulate sectoral goals and objectives

IV. Redefine/revisit the LGU vision and mission statements

30. Enumerate the major steps of the Executive - Legislative Agenda from start to finish. I.

V. Identify programs, projects, activities, and legislative requirements

VI. Prioritize programs, projects, activities, and legislative requirements

VII. Rank and match prioritized PPA's and legislative requirements with

available funds

A. III, I, IV, II, V, VI, VII B. II, IV, III, I, V, VI, VII

C. IV, II, III, I, V, VI ,VII

D. VI, IV, II, III, I, V, VII

31. The Local Development Indicator System portrays information in the following dimensions, except:

31. The Local Development Indicator System portrays information in the following dimensions, except: A. Sectoral B.

A. Sectoral B. Temporal C. Geographical D. Spatial E. Ecological

31. The Local Development Indicator System portrays information in the following dimensions, except:

31. The Local Development Indicator System portrays information in the following dimensions, except : A. Sectoral

A. Sectoral B. Temporal

C. Geographical D. Spatial

E. Ecological

32. What is NOT a characteristic of urban design?

  • I. The process that planners employ to provide detailed guidance to

the development of areas in the city. II. It seeks to realize the vision for an area by making the public realm more organized, aesthetically pleasing, and functional.

32. What is NOT a characteristic of urban design? I. The process that planners employ to

III. It draws together the fields of planning and transportation policy, architectural design, development economics, landscape and engineering. IV. It is the science of ‘place-making’ which enhances the value of a city and improves the quality of life of its people.

A. I and II

  • B. I and III

  • C. II and IV

  • D. IV only

  • E. none of the above

  • F. all of the above

32. What is NOT a characteristic of urban design?

  • I. The process that planners employ to provide detailed guidance to

the development of areas in the city. II. It seeks to realize the vision for an area by making the public realm more organized, aesthetically pleasing, and functional.

32. What is NOT a characteristic of urban design ? I. The process that planners employ

III. It draws together the fields of planning and transportation policy, architectural design, development economics, landscape and engineering. IV. It is the science of ‘place-making’ which enhances the value of a city and improves the quality of life of its people.

A. I and II

  • B. I and III

  • C. II and IV

  • D. IV only

  • E. none of the above

  • F. all of the above

33. What is NOT a principle of urban design?

  • A. Design for all

    • B. Create places for people

  • C. Conserve heritage

    • D. Take advantage of compact design

    • E. Enrich the existing

    • F. Make connections

    • G. Work with nature

    • H. Mix uses and forms

I. Manage the investment

  • J. Design for change

33. What is NOT a principle of urban design? A. Design for all B. Create places

33. What is NOT a principle of urban design?

  • A. Design for all

    • B. Create places for people

  • C. Conserve heritage

    • D. Take advantage of compact design

    • E. Enrich the existing

    • F. Make connections

    • G. Work with nature

    • H. Mix uses and forms

I. Manage the investment

  • J. Design for change

33. What is NOT a principle of urban design ? A. Design for all B. Create

34. What zone is NOT included in transect- based planning?

A. Civic

  • B. Natural

  • C. Rural

    • D. Sub-Urban

    • E. General Urban

    • F. Urban Core

  • G. Special District

    • H. None of the above

    • I. All of the above

  • 34. What zone is NOT included in transect- based planning? A. Civic B. Natural C. Rural

    34. What zone is NOT included in transect- based planning?

    A. Civic

    • B. Natural

    • C. Rural

      • D. Sub-Urban

      • E. General Urban

      • F. Urban Core

  • G. Special District

    • H. None of the above

    • I. All of the above

  • 34. What zone is NOT included in transect- based planning ? A. Civic B. Natural C.

    35. In this urban form, the nodes support the major

    center as its captive market while providing

    neighborhood facilities and services to its area of influence. Also, a number of additional mixed-use

    35. In this urban form, the nodes support the major center as its captive market while

    growth areas will be developed outside the Poblacion area or existing center of development.

    A. Galaxy

    • B. Concentric

    C. Centric and Nodal

    • D. Radial and circumferential

    • E. Universal

    35. In this urban form, the nodes support the major center as its captive market while providing

    neighborhood facilities and services to its area of influence. Also, a number of additional mixed-use growth areas will be developed outside the Poblacion area or existing center of development.

    35. In this urban form, the nodes support the major center as its captive market while

    A. Galaxy

    • B. Concentric

    C. Centric and Nodal

    • D. Radial and circumferential

    • E. Universal

    36. In the concentric ring theory, this is the zone where only scattered residences remain I. Zone 1 II. Central Business District

    III. Zone in Transition

    IV. Downtown

    36. In the concentric ring theory, this is the zone where only scattered residences remain –

    A. I,

    II and IV only

    B. I, III, and IV only

    C. III and IV only

    D. III only

    E. I, II, III and IV

    36. In the concentric ring theory, this is the zone where only scattered residences remain I. Zone 1 II. Central Business District

    III. Zone in Transition

    IV. Downtown

    36. In the concentric ring theory, this is the zone where only scattered residences remain –

    A. I,

    II and IV only

    B. I, III, and IV only

    C. III and IV only

    D. III only

    E. I, II, III and IV

    37. This is known as the ease with which the parts of the city can be recognized and organized in a coherent pattern

    37. This is known as the ease with which the parts of the city can be

    A. Identifiability

    • B. Coherence

    C. Consistency

    • D. Organization

    • E. Legibility

    37. This is known as the ease with which the parts of the city can be recognized and organized in a coherent pattern

    37. This is known as the ease with which the parts of the city can be

    A. Identifiability

    • B. Coherence

    C. Consistency

    • D. Organization

    • E. Legibility

    38. ______________

    is an approach to development

    that encourages a mix of building types and uses,

    diverse housing and transportation options, development within existing neighborhoods, and

    community engagement.

    38. ______________ is an approach to development that encourages a mix of building types and uses,

    A. Multi-nodal development

    B. Place-making

    C. Smart growth

    D. Transit-oriented development

    38. ______________

    is an approach to development

    that encourages a mix of building types and uses,

    diverse housing and transportation options, development within existing neighborhoods, and

    community engagement.

    38. ______________ is an approach to development that encourages a mix of building types and uses

    A. Multi-nodal development

    B. Place-making

    C. Smart growth

    D. Transit-oriented development

    39. He is the first modern environmental planner. He pioneered environmental impact statements, GIS use.

    39. He is the first modern environmental planner. He pioneered environmental impact statements, GIS use. A.

    A. Sir Leslie Patrick Abercrombie B. Lewis Mumford C. Clarence Stein

    D. Ian McHarg

    E. Sir Patrick Geddes

    39. He is the first modern environmental planner. He pioneered environmental impact statements, GIS use.

    39. He is the first modern environmental planner. He pioneered environmental impact statements, GIS use .

    A. Sir Leslie Patrick Abercrombie B. Lewis Mumford C. Clarence Stein

    D. Ian McHarg

    E. Sir Patrick Geddes

    40. ______________________

    is used to describe a

    type of development and the regulatory process

    that permits a developer to meet overall community density and land use goals without

    40. ______________________ is used to describe a type of development and the regulatory process that permits

    being bound by existing zoning requirements.

    A. Eco-centric urban design

    • B. Agropolis

    C. Planned unit development

    • D. New Urbanism

    • E. Multi-functional land use

    40. ______________________

    is used to describe a

    type of development and the regulatory process

    that permits a developer to meet overall community density and land use goals without

    40. ______________________ is used to describe a type of development and the regulatory process that permits

    being bound by existing zoning requirements.

    A. Eco-centric urban design

    • B. Agropolis

    C. Planned unit development

    • D. New Urbanism

    • E. Multi-functional land use

    41. What are NOT parts of the Pre-Investment Phase of the

    NEDA Project Development Cycle?

    i. Project Appraisal and Financing ii. Engineering and Design

    iii. Project Operation iv. Project Implementation

    v. Project Identification

    vi. Project Preparation

    A. All of the above

    B. i and ii only

    C. None of the above

    D. ii, iii and iv only

    E. i, v and vi only

    41. What are NOT parts of the Pre-Investment Phase of the NEDA Project Development Cycle? i.

    41. What are NOT parts of the Pre-Investment Phase of the NEDA Project Development Cycle? i. Project Appraisal and Financing ii. Engineering and Design

    iii. Project Operation iv. Project Implementation

    v. Project Identification

    vi. Project Preparation

    41. What are NOT parts of the Pre-Investment Phase of the NEDA Project Development Cycle ?

    A. All of the above

    B. i and ii only

    C. None of the above

    D. ii, iii and iv only

    E. i, v and vi only

    42. It is the creative combination of the built and unbuilt environment.

    A. Spatial Strategy B. Land Development C. Desired Rural Form D. None of the above

    42. It is the creative combination of the built and unbuilt environment. A. Spatial Strategy B.

    42. It is the creative combination of the built and unbuilt environment.

    A. Spatial Strategy

    B. Land Development C. Desired Rural Form D. None of the above

    42. It is the creative combination of the built and unbuilt environment . A. Spatial Strategy

    43. The following are tools used in prioritizing programs and projects except:

    43. The following are tools used in prioritizing programs and projects except: A. Resource Impact Matrix

    A. Resource Impact Matrix B. Resource Compatibility Matrix C.Conflict Compatibility Complementarity Matrix D. Goal Achievement Matrix

    43. The following are tools used in prioritizing programs and projects except:

    A. Resource Impact Matrix

    43. The following are tools used in prioritizing programs and projects except : A. Resource Impact

    B. Resource Compatibility Matrix

    C.Conflict Compatibility Complementarity Matrix D. Goal Achievement Matrix

    44. Which plan does not belong?

    A. RDP

    B. CCDP C. PDPFP D. CDIP

    44. Which plan does not belong? A. RDP B. CCDP C. PDPFP D. CDIP

    44. Which plan does not belong?

    A. RDP

    B. CCDP C. PDPFP D. CDIP

    44. Which plan does not belong ? A. RDP B. CCDP C. PDPFP D. CDIP

    45. The color code for mangrove forest and nipa swamps.

    45. The color code for mangrove forest and nipa swamps. A. Blue B. Royal Blue C.

    A. Blue B. Royal Blue C. Light Blue D. Sky Blue

    45. The color code for mangrove forest and nipa swamps.

    45. The color code for mangrove forest and nipa swamps . A. Blue B. Royal Blue

    A. Blue B. Royal Blue

    C. Light Blue

    D. Sky Blue

    46. The 8th step of the CLUP process is:

    46. The 8th step of the CLUP process is: A. Drafting zoning ordinance B. Establish Dev’t

    A. Drafting zoning ordinance B. Establish Dev’t Thrust and Spatial Strategies C. Prepare Land Use Plan D. Conduct Public Hearing

    46. The 8th step of the CLUP process is:

    46. The 8th step of the CLUP process is: A. Drafting zoning ordinance B. Establish Dev’t

    A. Drafting zoning ordinance B. Establish Dev’t Thrust and Spatial Strategies C. Prepare Land Use Plan D. Conduct Public Hearing

    47. A planner is studying the economic sector of a particular LGU which

    47. A planner is studying the economic sector of a particular LGU which agency does he/she

    agency does he/she need to go to

    acquire data for prices of food products:

    A. CBMS B. PSA C. LGU D. DTI

    47. A planner is studying the economic sector of a particular LGU which

    47. A planner is studying the economic sector of a particular LGU which agency does he/she

    agency does he/she need to go to

    acquire data for prices of food products:

    A. CBMS B. PSA C. LGU

    D. DTI

    48. The CDP must coincide with the,

    A. MTPDP

    B. PPFP

    C. MTPP D. PDPFP

    48. The CDP must coincide with the, A. MTPDP B. PPFP C. MTPP D. PDPFP

    48. The CDP must coincide with the,

    A. MTPDP

    B. PPFP

    C. MTPP D. PDPFP

    48. The CDP must coincide with the , A. MTPDP B. PPFP C. MTPP D. PDPFP

    49. The LDIP is made up of 3 streams of activities except:

    49. The LDIP is made up of 3 streams of activities except: A. Producing a ranked

    A. Producing a ranked list of programs and projects with their individual and cumulative cost estimates. B. Determining available future funds for investment.

    C. Prepare and adopt a work and financial plan for

    the updating of the programs and projects. D. Matching the fund requirements with projected funds available and deciding on financing options

    should the funds available be insufficient.

    49. The LDIP is made up of 3 streams of activities except:

    49. The LDIP is made up of 3 streams of activities except : A. Producing a

    A. Producing a ranked list of programs and projects with their individual and cumulative cost estimates.

    B. Determining available future funds for investment.

    C. Prepare and adopt a work and financial plan for

    the updating of the programs and projects. D. Matching the fund requirements with projected funds available and deciding on financing options

    should the funds available be insufficient.

    50. The Philippines has a total land area of:

    A. 29,979,315 has

    B. 29,654,431 has C. 29,532,111 has D. 29,120,111 has

    50. The Philippines has a total land area of: A. 29,979,315 has B. 29,654,431 has C.

    50. The Philippines has a total land area of:

    A. 29,979,315 has

    B. 29,654,431 has C. 29,532,111 has D. 29,120,111 has

    50. The Philippines has a total land area of: A. 29,979,315 has B. 29,654,431 has C.

    51. The 3rd step in the CDP Formulation is:

    A. Revisit Existing Plans and Review

    51. The 3rd step in the CDP Formulation is: A. Revisit Existing Plans and Review Vision,

    Vision, Mission and Sectoral Objectives. B. Organize and mobilize the planning Team.

    C. Prepare Ecological Profile and Structured List of PPAs.

    D. Prepare the LDIP

    51. The 3rd step in the CDP Formulation is:

    A. Revisit Existing Plans and Review

    51. The 3rd step in the CDP Formulation is : A. Revisit Existing Plans and Review

    Vision, Mission and Sectoral Objectives. B. Organize and mobilize the planning Team.

    C. Prepare Ecological Profile and Structured List of PPAs.

    D. Prepare the LDIP

    52. What is the minimum police - population ratio requirement?

    52. What is the minimum police - population ratio requirement? A. 1 per 500 population B.

    A. 1 per 500 population B. 1 per 300 population C. 1 per 700 population D. 1 per 1000 population

    52. What is the minimum police - population ratio requirement?

    52. What is the minimum police - population ratio requirement ? A. 1 per 500 population

    A. 1 per 500 population B. 1 per 300 population C. 1 per 700 population

    D. 1 per 1000 population

    53. What is the minimum jail guard inmate ratio requirement?

    53. What is the minimum jail guard – inmate ratio requirement? A. 1 per 7 inmates

    A. 1 per 7 inmates B. 1 per 5 inmates C. 1 per 3 inmates D. 1 per 2 inmates

    53. What is the minimum jail guard inmate ratio requirement?

    53. What is the minimum jail guard – inmate ratio requirement ? A. 1 per 7

    A. 1 per 7 inmates

    B. 1 per 5 inmates C. 1 per 3 inmates D. 1 per 2 inmates

    54. What is the minimum fire truck population and firemen ratio requirement?

    54. What is the minimum fire truck – population and firemen ratio requirement? A. 1:30,000 population

    A. 1:30,000 population and 1:15 firemen

    • B. 1:28,000 population and 1:14 firemen

    C. 1:10,000 population and 1:10 firemen

    D. 1:5,000 population and 1: 5 firemen

    • E. 1:20,000 population and 1:12 firemen

    54. What is the minimum fire truck population and firemen ratio requirement? A. 1:30,000 population and 1:15 firemen

    54. What is the minimum fire truck – population and firemen ratio requirement ? A. 1:30,000
    • B. 1:28,000 population and 1:14 firemen

    C. 1:10,000 population and 1:10 firemen

    • D. 1:5,000 population and 1: 5 firemen

    • E. 1:20,000 population and 1:12 firemen

    55. What is the minimum fireman- population ratio requirement?

    55. What is the minimum fireman- population ratio requirement? A. 1:300 B. 1:1000 C. 1:500 D.

    A. 1:300 B. 1:1000 C. 1:500 D. 1:400 E. 1:2000

    55. What is the minimum fireman- population ratio requirement?

    55. What is the minimum fireman- population ratio requirement ? A. 1:300 B. 1:1000 C. 1:500

    A. 1:300 B. 1:1000 C. 1:500 D. 1:400

    E. 1:2000

    56. According to Raul de Guzman,

    ________________

    generally

    refers to the systematic and rational dispersal of power,

    authority and responsibility from the center to the periphery,

    from top to lower levels, or from national to local

    56. According to Raul de Guzman, ________________ generally refers to the systematic and rational dispersal of

    governments. It hastens decision-making processes by

    decongesting central government and decreasing red tape,

    and at the same time, and perhaps more important, it

    increases citizen participation, and empowers them, thereby

    leading to a more open and democratic government.

    A. Local governance

    B. Decentralization

    C. Democratization

    D. Federalism

    56. According to Raul de Guzman,

    ________________

    generally

    refers to the systematic and rational dispersal of power,

    authority and responsibility from the center to the periphery,

    from top to lower levels, or from national to local

    56. According to Raul de Guzman , ________________ generally refers to the systematic and rational dispersal

    governments. It hastens decision-making processes by

    decongesting central government and decreasing red tape,

    and at the same time, and perhaps more important, it

    increases citizen participation, and empowers them, thereby

    leading to a more open and democratic government.

    A. Local governance

    B. Decentralization

    C. Democratization

    D. Federalism

    57. This form of decentralization refers to the transfer of functions to lower level

    administrative units designated by the central office. It is essentially a

    management tool to decongest the central office and spare it from having to

    act on matters, including routine and administrative ones that may be best

    57. This form of decentralization refers to the transfer of functions to lower level administrative units

    addressed at the lower levels. However, final and substantive authority still rests

    on central authorities. This is therefore, administrative in nature. Example of this

    is the Integrated Reorganization Plan (IRP) adopted in 1972 to bring about a

    comprehensive reorganization of the country’s administrative system. Under

    the IRP, the country was divided into initially 11 administrative regions and

    regional offices of many national government agencies throughout the

    country were established.

    A. Decentralization

    B. Devolution

    C. Deconcentration

    D. Debureaucratization

    E. Democratization

    57. This form of decentralization refers to the transfer of functions to lower level administrative units designated by the central office. It is essentially a management tool to decongest the central office and spare it from having to

    act on matters, including routine and administrative ones that may be best

    57. This form of decentralization refers to the transfer of functions to lower level administrative units

    addressed at the lower levels. However, final and substantive authority still rests

    on central authorities. This is therefore, administrative in nature. Example of this

    is the Integrated Reorganization Plan (IRP) adopted in 1972 to bring about a

    comprehensive reorganization of the country’s administrative system. Under

    the IRP, the country was divided into initially 11 administrative regions and

    regional offices of many national government agencies throughout the

    country were established.

    A. Decentralization

    B. Devolution

    C. Deconcentration

    D. Debureaucratization

    E. Democratization

    58. This form of decentralization refers to the transfer of powers and authorities to lower-level political or local

    government units, with the following major features:

    58. This form of decentralization refers to the transfer of powers and authorities to lower-level political

    elected local executive, elected local legislative body,

    and with specific taxing powers, and jurisdiction over a

    certain defined geographical area. This concept is related

    to that of local autonomy. It is therefore political in nature.

    A. Decentralization

    B. Devolution

    C. Deconcentration

    D. Debureaucratization

    E. Democratization

    58. This form of decentralization refers to the transfer of powers and authorities to lower-level political or local government units, with the following major features:

    58. This form of decentralization refers to the transfer of powers and authorities to lower-level political

    elected local executive, elected local legislative body, and with specific taxing powers, and jurisdiction over a

    certain defined geographical area. This concept is related

    to that of local autonomy. It is therefore political in nature.

    A. Decentralization

    B. Devolution

    C. Deconcentration

    D. Debureaucratization

    E. Democratization

    59. This form of decentralization refers to the transfer of powers and authorities to units not within the

    purview of government, like NGOs, POs, including the private sector, which are sometimes collectively

    59. This form of decentralization refers to the transfer of powers and authorities to units not

    referred to as civil society, to harness the energies of

    the private sector to bring about good governance.

    A. Decentralization

    B. Devolution

    C. Deconcentration D. Debureaucratization

    E. Democratization

    59. This form of decentralization refers to the transfer of powers and authorities to units not within the purview of government, like NGOs, POs, including the private sector, which are sometimes collectively

    59. This form of decentralization refers to the transfer of powers and authorities to units not

    referred to as civil society, to harness the energies of

    the private sector to bring about good governance.

    A. Decentralization

    B. Devolution

    C. Deconcentration

    D. Debureaucratization

    E. Democratization

    60. Under Executive Order No. 79, series of 2012 (Institutionalizing

    and Implementing Reforms in the Philippine Mining Sector

    Providing Policies and Guidelines to Ensure Environmental

    Protection and Responsible Mining in the Utilization of Mineral

    60. Under Executive Order No. 79, series of 2012 (Institutionalizing and Implementing Reforms in the Philippine

    Resources), the Mining Industry Coordinating Council (MICC) is to be composed of the following members, except one which is

    the:

    A. Chair, Climate Change Adaption and Mitigation Cabinet

    Cluster

    • B. Chair, Economic Development Cabinet Cluster

    • C. Chief Justice, Supreme Court

    • D. Secretary, Department of Justice

    • E. Chair, National Commission on Indigenous Peoples

    • F. President, Union of Local Authorities of the Philippines

    60. Under Executive Order No. 79, series of 2012 (Institutionalizing and Implementing Reforms in the Philippine Mining Sector

    Providing Policies and Guidelines to Ensure Environmental

    Protection and Responsible Mining in the Utilization of Mineral

    60. Under Executive Order No. 79, series of 2012 (Institutionalizing and Implementing Reforms in the Philippine

    Resources), the Mining Industry Coordinating Council (MICC) is

    to be composed of the following members, except one which is the:

    A. Chair, Climate Change Adaption and Mitigation Cabinet

    Cluster

    • B. Chair, Economic Development Cabinet Cluster

    • C. Chief Justice, Supreme Court

    • D. Secretary, Department of Justice

    • E. Chair, National Commission on Indigenous Peoples

    • F. President, Union of Local Authorities of the Philippines

    61. Who is the Chair of the Climate Change Adaption and

    Mitigation Cabinet Cluster, which cluster under Executive

    Order No. 43, series of 2011, (i) is tasked to focus on the

    conservation and protection of the environment and natural

    61. Who is the Chair of the Climate Change Adaption and Mitigation Cabinet Cluster, which cluster

    resource, (ii) shall take the lead in pursuing measures to

    adapt to and mitigate the effects of climate change in the

    Philippine archipelago, (iii) shall undertake all the necessary

    preparation for both natural and man-made disasters?

    • A. Chair, MMDA

      • B. Secretary, DSWD

      • C. Secretary, DILG

      • D. Secretary, DENR

      • E. Secretary, DND

    61. Who is the Chair of the Climate Change Adaption and Mitigation Cabinet Cluster, which cluster under Executive Order No. 43, series of 2011, (i) is tasked to focus on the

    conservation and protection of the environment and natural

    61. Who is the Chair of the Climate Change Adaption and Mitigation Cabinet Cluster , which

    resource, (ii) shall take the lead in pursuing measures to

    adapt to and mitigate the effects of climate change in the

    Philippine archipelago, (iii) shall undertake all the necessary

    preparation for both natural and man-made disasters?

    • A. Chair, MMDA

      • B. Secretary, DSWD

      • C. Secretary, DILG

      • D. Secretary, DENR

      • E. Secretary, DND

    62. Smart Growth Planning has which of the following as its goals?

    62. Smart Growth Planning has which of the following as its goals? A. environmental protection B.

    A. environmental protection B. social equity C. economic vitality

    D. All of the above

    62. Smart Growth Planning has which of the following as its goals?

    62. Smart Growth Planning has which of the following as its goals ? A. environmental protection

    A. environmental protection B. social equity C. economic vitality

    D. All of the above

    63. Examples of Renewable energy include:

    I. solar power II. hydro-power III. wind power

    IV. geothermal power

    A. I and II

    B. I, II and III

    C. II only

    D. All of the above

    63. Examples of Renewable energy include: I. solar power II. hydro-power III. wind power IV. geothermal

    63. Examples of Renewable energy include:

    I. solar power II. hydro-power III. wind power

    IV. geothermal power

    A. I and II

    B. I, II and III

    C. II only

    D. All of the above

    63. Examples of Renewable energy include: I. solar power II. hydro-power III. wind power IV. geothermal

    64. What years would you likely be born in to be in the category Generation X?

    64. What years would you likely be born in to be in the category Generation X?

    A. Those born between 1965 and 1980 B. Those born after 1980 C. Those born prior to 1965 D. Those born between 1945 and 1965

    64. What years would you likely be born in to be in the category Generation X?

    64. What years would you likely be born in to be in the category Generation X

    A. Those born between 1965 and 1980

    B. Those born after 1980 C. Those born prior to 1965 D. Those born between 1945 and 1965

    65. What color generally illustrates residential land uses on a land use map?

    65. What color generally illustrates residential land uses on a land use map? A. Yellow B.

    A. Yellow

    B. Blue C. Red

    D. Green

    65. What color generally illustrates residential land uses on a land use map?

    65. What color generally illustrates residential land uses on a land use map ? A. Yellow

    A. Yellow

    B. Blue C. Red

    D. Green

    66. Catherine Bauer Wurster was interested in what field?

    A. Industry B. Parks C. Housing D. Environment

    66. Catherine Bauer Wurster was interested in what field? A. Industry B. Parks C. Housing D.

    66. Catherine Bauer Wurster was interested in what field?

    A. Industry B. Parks

    C. Housing

    D. Environment

    66. Catherine Bauer Wurster was interested in what field? A. Industry B. Parks C. Housing D.

    67. An FAR of 1, would allow which of the following:

    67. An FAR of 1, would allow which of the following: A. One building on two

    A. One building on two acres of land

    B. A three story building on half the lot C. A two story building on half of the lot D. A two story building covering the lot

    67. An FAR of 1, would allow which of the following:

    67. An FAR of 1 , would allow which of the following: A. One building on

    A. One building on two acres of land B. A three story building on half the lot

    C. A two story building on half of the lot

    D. A two story building covering the lot

    68. This type of map reflects the production and market areas for major agricultural crops.

    68. This type of map reflects the production and market areas for major agricultural crops. A.

    A. General Land Use Plan B. Geographic Flow of Commodity Map C. Key Production Areas Map D. Existing Land Use Map

    68. This type of map reflects the production and market areas for major agricultural crops.

    68. This type of map reflects the production and market areas for major agricultural crops .

    A. General Land Use Plan

    B. Geographic Flow of Commodity Map

    C. Key Production Areas Map D. Existing Land Use Map

    69. All are issues on Social Environmental Programs except:

    69. All are issues on Social Environmental Programs except: A. Domestic waste generations and disposal B.

    A. Domestic waste generations and disposal B. Ground water quality and quantity and rate of extraction C. Air pollution by source D. Infrastructure to monitor air quality

    69. All are issues on Social Environmental Programs except:

    69. All are issues on Social Environmental Programs except : A. Domestic waste generations and disposal

    A. Domestic waste generations and disposal B. Ground water quality and quantity and rate of extraction C. Air pollution by source

    D. Infrastructure to monitor air quality

    70. The rate which water within the soil moves thru a given volume of material.

    70. The rate which water within the soil moves thru a given volume of material. A.

    A. Permeability B. Percolation C. Infiltration D. Drainage

    70. The rate which water within the soil moves thru a given volume of material.

    70. The rate which water within the soil moves thru a given volume of material .

    A. Permeability

    B. Percolation C. Infiltration D. Drainage

    71. The first planned park in the US.

    A. Yellow Stone National Park

    B. Yosemite National Park C. Central Park D. National Mall

    71. The first planned park in the US. A. Yellow Stone National Park B. Yosemite National

    71. The first planned park in the US.

    A. Yellow Stone National Park

    B. Yosemite National Park

    C. Central Park

    D. National Mall

    71. The first planned park in the US . A. Yellow Stone National Park B. Yosemite

    72. Fishing belongs to which economic sector?

    A. Primary B. Secondary C. Tertiary D. Quaternary E. Quinary

    72. Fishing belongs to which economic sector? A. Primary B. Secondary C. Tertiary D. Quaternary E.

    72. Fishing belongs to which economic sector?

    A. Primary

    B. Secondary C. Tertiary D. Quaternary E. Quinary

    72. Fishing belongs to which economic sector ? A. Primary B. Secondary C. Tertiary D. Quaternary

    73. Location Quotient pertains to the

    of an area.

    _______________

    A. Intelligence B. Wealth C. Specialization D. Density E. Accessibility

    73. Location Quotient pertains to the of an area. _______________ A. Intelligence B. Wealth C. Specialization

    73. Location Quotient pertains to the

    of an area.

    _______________

    A. Intelligence B. Wealth

    C. Specialization

    D. Density E. Accessibility

    73. Location Quotient pertains to the of an area. _______________ A. Intelligence B. Wealth C. Specialization

    74. In the CDP, this sector holds together all of the other sectors.

    74. In the CDP, this sector holds together all of the other sectors. A. Infrastructure B.

    A. Infrastructure B. Social C. Environmental D. Economic E. Institutional

    74. In the CDP, this sector holds together all of the other sectors.

    74. In the CDP, this sector holds together all of the other sectors . A. Infrastructure

    A. Infrastructure B. Social C. Environmental D. Economic

    E. Institutional

    75. This planner championed Regional

    Conservationism and was also responsible for the Appalachian Trail that stretched from Georgia to Maine.

    75. This planner championed Regional Conservationism and was also responsible for the Appalachian Trail that stretched

    A. Clarence Perry

    • B. Clarence Stein

    C. Ebenezer Howard

    • D. Benton MacKaye

    • E. Lewis Mumford

    75. This planner championed Regional Conservationism and was also responsible for the Appalachian Trail that stretched from Georgia to Maine.

    75. This planner championed Regional Conservationism and was also responsible for the Appalachian Trail that stretched

    A. Clarence Perry

    • B. Clarence Stein

    C. Ebenezer Howard

    • D. Benton MacKaye

    • E. Lewis Mumford

    76. Where for the CLUP, the main implementing tool is the ZO; for the

    76. Where for the CLUP, the main implementing tool is the ZO; for the CDP, the

    CDP, the main implementing tool is

    the __________.

    A. RPT

    B. LDIP C. AIP

    D. ELA E. None of the above

    76. Where for the CLUP, the main implementing tool is the ZO; for the CDP, the main implementing tool is the __________.

    76. Where for the CLUP, the main implementing tool is the ZO ; for the CDP,

    A. RPT

    B. LDIP C. AIP

    D. ELA

    E. None of the above

    77. Which of the following is not among the ecosystem components according to the HLURB?

    77. Which of the following is not among the ecosystem components according to the HLURB? A.

    A. Coastal & Marine B. Upland C. Forest D. Lowland E. Rivers & Streams

    77. Which of the following is not among the ecosystem components according to the HLURB?

    77. Which of the following is not among the ecosystem components according to the HLURB? A.

    A. Coastal & Marine B. Upland C. Forest D. Lowland

    E. Rivers & Streams

    78. _____

    of the LGU’s Internal

    Revenue Allotment and regular revenue sources must be allocated

    to Disaster Risk Reduction and Management.

    A. 20%

    B. 10% C. 5%

    78. _____ of the LGU’s Internal Revenue Allotment and regular revenue sources must be allocated to

    D. 3% E. 1%

    78. _____

    of the LGU’s Internal

    Revenue Allotment and regular revenue sources must be allocated

    to Disaster Risk Reduction and Management.

    A. 20%

    B. 10%

    78. _____ of the LGU’s Internal Revenue Allotment and regular revenue sources must be allocated to

    C. 5%

    D. 3% E. 1%

    79. This is the Geographic Coordinate System now in use in the Philippines.

    79. This is the Geographic Coordinate System now in use in the Philippines. A. PRS1992 B.

    A. PRS1992 B. WGS1984 C. Luzon1911 D. None of the above

    79. This is the Geographic Coordinate System now in use in the Philippines.

    79. This is the Geographic Coordinate System now in use in the Philippines. A. PRS1992 B.

    A. PRS1992

    B. WGS1984 C. Luzon1911 D. None of the above

    80. In the vision statement of an LGU, these are identified to be the Descriptors

    that serve as basis for the LGU’s

    performance Indicators.

    80. In the vision statement of an LGU, these are identified to be the Descriptors that

    A. Verbs

    B. Pronouns C. Nouns

    D. Adjectives E. Measure words

    80. In the vision statement of an LGU,

    these are identified to be the Descriptors that serve as basis for the LGU’s

    performance Indicators.

    80. In the vision statement of an LGU, these are identified to be the Descriptors that

    A. Verbs

    B. Pronouns C. Nouns

    D. Adjectives

    E. Measure words

    81. Don Arturo Soria y Mata advocated which of the following?

    81. Don Arturo Soria y Mata advocated which of the following? A. Broadacre City B. Park

    A. Broadacre City B. Park City C. Industrial City D. Garden City E. Linear City

    81. Don Arturo Soria y Mata advocated which of the following?

    81. Don Arturo Soria y Mata advocated which of the following? A. Broadacre City B. Park

    A. Broadacre City B. Park City C. Industrial City D. Garden City

    E. Linear City

    82. He provided the principles of town, country, and town-country disparity and attraction.

    82. He provided the principles of town, country, and town-country disparity and attraction. A. Frederick Law

    A. Frederick Law Olmsted B. Hippodamus of Miletus C. Benton MacKaye D. Ebenezer Howard

    82. He provided the principles of town, country, and town-country disparity and attraction.

    82. He provided the principles of town, country, and town-country disparity and attraction . A. Frederick

    A. Frederick Law Olmsted B. Hippodamus of Miletus C. Benton MacKaye

    D. Ebenezer Howard

    83. Daniel Burnham is the

    83. Daniel Burnham is the A. Father of American City Planning B. Father of Regional Planning

    A. Father of American City Planning

    B. Father of Regional Planning C. Inventor of Formal City Planning D. Father of Urban Planning

    83. Daniel Burnham is the

    83. Daniel Burnham is the A. Father of American City Planning B. Father of Regional Planning

    A. Father of American City Planning

    B. Father of Regional Planning C. Inventor of Formal City Planning D. Father of Urban Planning

    84. The book Le Urbanisme, provided what city model?

    84. The book Le Urbanisme, provided what city model? A. Ciudad Lineal B. Le Ville Radieuse

    A. Ciudad Lineal B. Le Ville Radieuse C. Un Cite Industrielle D. Abercrombie City

    84. The book Le Urbanisme, provided what city model?

    84. The book Le Urbanisme , provided what city model? A. Ciudad Lineal B. Le Ville

    A. Ciudad Lineal

    B. Le Ville Radieuse

    C. Un Cite Industrielle D. Abercrombie City

    85. It is the process by which middle class people take up residence in a traditionally working-class area of a

    85. It is the process by which middle class people take up residence in a traditionally

    city changing the character of an area. A. Advocacy Planning B. Radical Planning C. Social Exclusion D. Gentrification

    85. It is the process by which middle class people take up residence in a traditionally working-class area of a city changing the character of an area. A. Advocacy Planning B. Radical Planning C. Social Exclusion

    85. It is the process by which middle class people take up residence in a traditionally

    D. Gentrification

    86. Her book paved the way for launching a global environmental movement.

    86. Her book paved the way for launching a global environmental movement. A. Catherine Bauer Wurster

    A. Catherine Bauer Wurster B. Jane Jacobs C. Rachel Louise Carson D. None of the above

    86. Her book paved the way for launching a global environmental movement.

    86. Her book paved the way for launching a global environmental movement. A. Catherine Bauer Wurster

    A. Catherine Bauer Wurster B. Jane Jacobs

    C. Rachel Louise Carson

    D. None of the above

    87. This plan pertains to a spatial framework.

    A. PDP B. MTPDP C. PPFP D. CDP

    87. This plan pertains to a spatial framework. A. PDP B. MTPDP C. PPFP D. CDP

    87. This plan pertains to a spatial framework.

    A. PDP B. MTPDP

    C. PPFP

    D. CDP

    87. This plan pertains to a spatial framework . A. PDP B. MTPDP C. PPFP D.

    88. Which is not a component of the CLUP?

    A. Plans, policies, programs B. Urban fabric C. Land use policy framework D. Four policy areas

    88. Which is not a component of the CLUP? A. Plans, policies, programs B. Urban fabric

    88. Which is not a component of the CLUP?

    A. Plans, policies, programs

    B. Urban fabric C. Land use policy framework

    D. Four policy areas

    88. Which is not a component of the CLUP ? A. Plans, policies, programs B. Urban

    89. Which is a strategy for land demand?

    A. New alternative centers B. Renewal C. Reclamation D. Infilling

    89. Which is a strategy for land demand? A. New alternative centers B. Renewal C. Reclamation

    89. Which is a strategy for land demand?

    A. New alternative centers

    B. Renewal C. Reclamation D. Infilling

    89. Which is a strategy for land demand ? A. New alternative centers B. Renewal C.

    90. This type of map has inner and outer coastal plains and river systems.

    A. Slope map B. Base map C. Geologic map D. Hydrogeologic map

    90. This type of map has inner and outer coastal plains and river systems. A. Slope

    90. This type of map has inner and outer coastal plains and river systems.

    A. Slope map B. Base map C. Geologic map

    D. Hydrogeologic map

    90. This type of map has inner and outer coastal plains and river systems. A. Slope

    91. These are created to provide a spatial framework for ecosystem assessment, inventory, research,

    91. These are created to provide a spatial framework for ecosystem assessment, inventory, research, monitoring, and

    monitoring, and management?

    A. Point Pollutants B. Watersheds C. Environmental Impact Statement D. Eco-regions

    91. These are created to provide a spatial framework for ecosystem assessment, inventory, research, monitoring, and management?

    91. These are created to provide a spatial framework for ecosystem assessment , inventory, research, monitoring,

    A. Point Pollutants

    B. Watersheds C. Environmental Impact Statement

    D. Eco-regions

    92. Prohibition of phosphate detergents represents a specific regulatory

    92. Prohibition of phosphate detergents represents a specific regulatory response to protect which of the following

    response to protect which of the

    following natural resources?

    A. Wetland habitat B. Surface water C. Groundwater D. Both A and B

    92. Prohibition of phosphate detergents represents a specific regulatory response to protect which of the following natural resources?

    92. Prohibition of phosphate detergents represents a specific regulatory response to protect which of the following

    A. Wetland habitat

    B. Surface water

    C. Groundwater D. Both A and B

    93. An image is not aligning properly with your

    other data themes or layers. This is most likely due

    to:

    93. An image is not aligning properly with your other data themes or layers. This is

    A. The image file is not compatible with your

    data files

    B. Your GIS software does not support that image

    file type C. The image file has not been registered

    correctly or is not registered

    D. Vector data cannot be displayed with raster

    or image data

    93. An image is not aligning properly with your other data themes or layers. This is most likely due to:

    93. An image is not aligning properly with your other data themes or layers . This

    A. The image file is not compatible with your

    data files

    B. Your GIS software does not support that image

    file type

    C. The image file has not been registered

    correctly or is not registered

    D. Vector data cannot be displayed with raster

    or image data

    94. What is leachate?

    A. Water that travels laterally or horizontally through the zone of aeration

    94. What is leachate? A. Water that travels laterally or horizontally through the zone of aeration

    B. A liquid formed by water percolating

    through a landfill C. An accumulation of earth and stones

    carried by a glacier D. An underground pattern of

    contaminant concentrations

    94. What is leachate?

    A. Water that travels laterally or horizontally through the zone of aeration

    94. What is leachate ? A. Water that travels laterally or horizontally through the zone of

    B. A liquid formed by water percolating

    through a landfill

    C. An accumulation of earth and stones

    carried by a glacier D. An underground pattern of

    contaminant concentrations

    95. Clarence Perry's "Neighborhood Unit" was:

    i. A self contained residential area

    ii. Bounded by major streets

    iii. Shops at the intersections

    iv. A school in the middle

    A. i, ii and iv B. i, ii and iii C. i and ii D. All of the above

    95. Clarence Perry's "Neighborhood Unit" was: i. A self contained residential area ii. Bounded by major

    95. Clarence Perry's "Neighborhood Unit" was:

    i. A self contained residential area

    ii. Bounded by major streets

    iii. Shops at the intersections

    iv. A school in the middle

    A. i, ii and iv B. i, ii and iii C. i and ii

    95. Clarence Perry's "Neighborhood Unit" was: i. A self contained residential area ii. Bounded by major

    D. All of the above

    96. Which of the following can be

    described as scientific measurements that track environmental conditions over time?

    96. Which of the following can be described as scientific measurements that track environmental conditions over

    A. Environmental Impact Statements B. Non-point Pollutants C. Environmental Indicators D. Environmental Assessment

    96. Which of the following can be

    described as scientific measurements that track environmental conditions over time?

    96. Which of the following can be described as scientific measurements that track environmental conditions over

    A. Environmental Impact Statements B. Non-point Pollutants

    C. Environmental Indicators

    D. Environmental Assessment

    97. What are the key characteristics of New Regionalism?

    i. A focus on specific territories and spatial planning

    ii. A response to the problems of a metropolitan region

    97. What are the key characteristics of New Regionalism? i. A focus on specific territories and

    iii. Integrating environmental, equity and economic goals iv. Emphasis on urban design

    v. A more activist stance by the planners

    A. i, ii and iii

    B. ii, iii and iv

    C. iii, iv and v

    D. All of the above

    97. What are the key characteristics of New Regionalism?

    i. A focus on specific territories and spatial planning

    ii. A response to the problems of a metropolitan region

    97. What are the key characteristics of New Regionalism ? i. A focus on specific territories

    iii. Integrating environmental, equity and economic goals iv. Emphasis on urban design

    v. A more activist stance by the planners

    A. i, ii and iii

    B. ii, iii and iv

    C. iii, iv and v

    D. All of the above

    98. A township Square is used in described land in the Government Survey method, how big is a township square?

    98. A township Square is used in described land in the Government Survey method, how big

    A. There is no standard size for a township square. B. 6 Square miles C. 36 Square miles D. 1 Square mile

    98. A township Square is used in described land in the Government Survey method, how big is a township square?

    98. A township Square is used in described land in the Government Survey method , how

    A. There is no standard size for a township square. B. 6 Square miles

    C. 36 Square miles

    D. 1 Square mile

    99. This author of Urbanism as a Way of Life (1938) promoted urbanism as the prevailing way of life in contemporary society, and that density has an effect on

    people's behaviour.

    A. William Lever

    99. This author of Urbanism as a Way of Life (1938) promoted urbanism as the prevailing

    B. Berry Parker

    C. Louis Wirth

    D. Raymond Unwin

    99. This author of Urbanism as a Way of Life (1938) promoted urbanism as the prevailing way of life in contemporary society, and that density has an effect on

    people's behaviour.

    A. William Lever

    99. This author of Urbanism as a Way of Life (1938) promoted urbanism as the prevailing

    B. Berry Parker

    C. Louis Wirth

    D. Raymond Unwin

    100. This can be described as a mixed use area that increases pedestrian trips and is close to public spaces.

    100. This can be described as a mixed use area that increases pedestrian trips and is

    A. Intersection B. Edge City C. Node D. Nucleus

    100. This can be described as a mixed use area that increases pedestrian trips

    and is close to public spaces.

    100. This can be described as a mixed use area that increases pedestrian trips and is

    A. Intersection B. Edge City

    C. Node

    D. Nucleus

    THANK YOU! PREPARED BY : ERNEST BELMES, CE, RMP

    THANK YOU!

    PREPARED BY : ERNEST BELMES, CE, RMP