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Republic of the Philippines

Department of Education
Schools Division of the City of Ilagan
Gayong – Gayong Sur Integrated School
Senior High School

Name: _________________________ Yr/Sec.: _____ Date: ______Score: ___________

PERIODICAL EXAMINATION

INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY 11


2nd Quarter – 1ST Semester
S.Y 2018 - 2019

Test I. Multiple Choice


Directions: Read the questions very carefully and encircle the letter of your
best answer.

1. What is a network?
a. A series of telephone lines
b. One computer
c. two or more computers
d. none of the above
2. What is the key benefit of working in a network?
a. Sharing information and resources
b. It’s cheap
c. Security
d. None of the above
3. What is the main problem with large networks?
a. Logging on b. Sharing information c. Viruses d. power interruption
4. What are the three main types of topology?
a. LAN,WAN and MAN
b. Bus, Ring and Star
c. LAN, Ring and Start
d. Router and Switch
5. What does LAN stand for?
a. Logical Analogue Network
b. Local Access Newtork
c. Local Area Network
d. Local Area Netscape
6. Consists of a collection of computers, printers and other equipment that is
connected together so that they can communicate with each other.
a. Network b. computer network c. Internetwork d. UTP
7. What are the two types of network configuration?
a. Client/server network and peer to peer
b. Peer to peer and router
c. Straight through and cross over
d. UTP and RJ45
8. Are more commonly implemented where less than ten computers are involved
and where strict security is not necessary.
a. Server to Peer to peer b. Peer to peer c. client 1 to server d. P2P
9. Are more suitable for larger networks. A central computer, or 'server', acts as
the storage location for files and applications shared on the network.
a. Client/server networks
b. Peer to peer to server
c. Server to Client2
d. Server to Server
10. The server also controls the network access of the other computers which are
referred to as the?
a. Client b. domain c. server2 d. none of the above
11. Used to shift the data from one point to another.
a. Hub b. router c. patch panel d. rj45
12. The two most popular types of structured network cabling are?
a. 10BaseT and twisted- pair
b. 10BaseT2 and Thin Coax
c. 10BaseT2 and twisted - pair
d. Twisted pair and RJ45
13. Is also known as a network card. It connects the computer to the cabling, which
in turn links all of the computers on the network together.?
a. Memory Card b. MIC c. NIC d. DIC
14. Is a device used to connect a PC to the network. Its function is to direct
information around the network, facilitating communication between all
connected devices?
a. Switch b. NIC c. modem d. router
15. Refers to two or more computers communicating using standard network rules
or protocols, but without the use of cabling to connect the computers together.
a. Cable network b. local area network c. wireless network d. WAN
16. A wireless local area network (WLAN) consists of two key components?
a. Access point and wireless card
b. Access point and Network Interface Card
c. Access point and Router
d. Access Point and Hub
17. Information can be transmitted between these two components as long as they
are fairly close together. How many meters indoor is the range of this network?
a. 150 meters b. 100 meters c. 200 meters d. 300 meters
18. Process of creating cable used to create a network that interconnects
computers.
a. Access Point b. AdHoc c. LAN Cabling d. UTP Cabling
19. Is used to connect computer to a network hub such as a router.
a. T568A b. T568B c. T568D d. T568E
20. What type of a LAN Cable does have the color coding WO,O,WG,B, WB,G,WBr,
Br?
a. T568B b. T568C c. UTP Cat 5e d. RJ45
21. Commonly referred to as Cat 5 is a twisted pair cable for computer network?
a. UTP CAT5e b.UTP Cat50 c. UTP Cat54 d. RJ45
22. Is a type of connector commonly used for Ethernet networking.
a. UTP CAT5e b.UTP Cat50 c. UTP Cat54 d. RJ45
23. Use to remove the silver jacket of the RJ45.
a. Cutter b. crimping tool c. splicer d. cable tester
24. A device used to conjoin two pieces of metal by deforming one or both them in
a way that causes them to hold each other.
a. Crimping tool b. RJ45 c. UTP Cable d. wire stripper
25. Is an electronic device used to verify the electrical connections in a signal cable.
a. LAN tester b. Splicer c. Wire Tester d. none of the above
26. Is a network topology that use a common backbone to connect all devices.
a. Bus b. mesh c. ring d. star
27. In this network topology, every deivce has exactly two neighbors for
communication purposes.
a. Bus b. mesh c. ring d. star
28. It is a network topology features a central connection point called a “hub node”
a. Bus b. mesh c. ring d. star
29. It is a network topology introduces the concept of routes.
a. Bus b. mesh c. ring d. star
30. A network topology joins multiple star topologies together onto a bus.
a. Bus b. mesh c. ring d. tree
31. You set up a network where each computer acts as a client and server and in
which each user shares other’s resources, including printer, what do you call this
setup?

a. Client/server networks
b. Peer to peer
c. Server to Client2
d. Server to Server
32. What would you do if you suspect that the cause of the trouble in the network is
the cable?
a. Get a LAN tester and check the cable Swap a good or working cable in place
with the suspected cable
b. Wrong IP address – maybe some computer don’t belong to the workgroup –
wrong subnet mask
c. Ping each other – Using net view
d. None of the above
33. Which is true to a peer to peer network.
a. More expensive to install
b. More difficult to set up
c. Less expensive to install
d. More difficult to set up
34. Which is true to a Client/Server network
a. Does not require a server
b. Ideal for networks with less than 10 computers
c. Easy to set up
d. More expensive to install
35. One of the advantage of WLAN except for one.
a. It is easier to add or move workstation
b. It is easier to provide connectivity in areas where it is difficult to lay
cable
c. Installation can be fast and easy and can eliminate the need to pull
cable through walls and ceilings
d. As the number of computers using the network increases, the data
transfer rate to each computer will decrease accordingly

Test II. True or False


Directions: Read the questions very carefully and write T if the statement is
correct and write incorrect if the statement is FALSE. Write your answer on the
space provided for each item.

36. Where laptops are used, the ‘computer suite’ can be moved from
classroom to classroom on mobile carts in WLAN._________
37. It is easier to provide connectivity in areas where it is difficult to lay
cable in WLAN ________
38. It is not easy to add or move workstations in WLAN because of signal_________
39. Installation can be fast and easy and can eliminate the need to pull
cable through walls and ceilings of WLAN. ____________
40. No limit to the number of computers that can be supported by the network to
server/client network. ___________
41. Ideal for networks with less than 20 computers for peer to peer network_______
42. A minimum of at least 3 computers in peer to peer network _________
43. The function of a router is to direct information around the network, facilitating
communication between all connected devices. _______
44. Information can be transmitted between these two components as long as they
are fairly close together (up to 200 metres indoors or 350 metres outdoors) in
WLAN ________
45. In historic buildings where traditional cabling would compromise the façade, a
wireless LAN can avoid drilling holes in walls.
46. Short-term cost benefits can be found in dynamic environments requiring
frequent moves and changes___________.
47. As the number of computers using the network increases, the data
transfer rate to each computer will decrease accordingly is a disadvantage of
WLAN. __________
48. Lower wireless bandwidth means some applications such as video
streaming will be more effective on a wired LAN_______
49. Security is more difficult to guarantee, and requires configuration in WLAN_____
50. When 10BaseT cabling is used, a strand of cabling is inserted between each
computer and a hub. If you have 5 computers, you'll need 5 cables. ______

Prepared by:

Florante D. Aroc Jr., MIT


Subject Teacher

Checked and Noted by:

Regalado R. Dionicio
School Principal II

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