Vous êtes sur la page 1sur 3


ICT – Computer Hardware Servicing NC II



No. of Items Item Placement

Topic/ Subject Matter %

1. Introduction to
18, 19,
8,9,10, 20, 21,
 Parts and 18 16 4 5 7 1,2,3,4
11,12 22, 23,
Function 53%
2. Computer Assembly
13, 25, 26,
 Safety
15 14 3 5 6 5,6,7 14,15, 27, 28, 37%
16, 17 29, 30
 Step-by-Step
TOTAL 33 30 7 10 13 7 10 13 100%

Prepared by: Checked by:


SST-I SSHT – VI, TLE Department
ICT – Computer Hardware Servicing NC II
First Quarterly Examinations

Name: Score:
Grade/ Year Level: Date:

I. DIRECTIONS. Read the questions carefully and select the correct answer. Write your answer before
each number.

1. Hardware can be defined as:

a. the parts of a computer system that you can touch
b. the peripherals and operating system of a computer
c. the machines and programs making up a computer
d. the programs needed to run a computer
2. Which of the following is an example of computer hardware?
a. Computer desk c. Processor
b. MS Office d. Operating System
3. What does ROM stands for?
a. Random only memory c. Random open memory
b. Read only memory d. Read over memory
4. Which of the following is a feature of RAM?
a. It is a permanent memory
b. Its content are lost when the computer is switched off
c. It gets corrupted easily
d. It cannot be upgrade
5. The brain of the computer is called _______________.
a. Motherboard c. ROM
b. CPU d. RAM
6. What is the name of Printed Circuit Board?
a. RAM c. Motherboard
b. CPU d. Expansion Cards
7. Computer memory that temporarily stores information.
a. CPU c. HDD
b. RAM d. Motherboard
8. To write, erase, rewrite data on CD-ROM, what type of CD should you use?
a. CD-R c. CD-R and CD-RW
b. CD-RW d. CD- WR
9. CMOS stands for:
a. Complementary Metal Oxide Solution c. Complementary Metal Oxide Semi-
b. Complex Model of Operating System Conductor
d. Complex Model of OS Semiconductor

10. Which of the following is not a type of computer hard drive?

a. IDE c. HDD
b. FDD d. CD-ROM

11. Which of the following has the highest storage capacity?

a. Floppy Disk c. DVD
b. CD d. HDD
12. What is HDD?
a. Hard Drive Data c. Hard Data Disk
b. Hard Disk Drive d. Hard Disk Data

13. Which of the following conditions most increases the like hood that ESD will occur?
a. hot, dry condition c. cool, dry condition
b. cool, damp condition d. hot, damp condition
14. Which of the following is NOT and output device?
a. printer c. speakers
b. keyboard d. monitor
15. What does RAM stands for?
a. Random Access Memory
b. Random Authorization Mechanism
c. Readily Access Mailer
d. Remote Access Memory
16. Which of the following devices allows you to connect your computer over a telephone line like DSL to
access the internet?
a. Video Card c. LAN Card
b. Sound Card d. Internet Card
17. Sarah wants to hear her favorite music from her computer, which of the following devices she needs to
install so that she will be able to hear music?
a. Video Card c. Music Card
b. Sound Card d. MP3
18. What is the best practice when working inside the system unit and installing and removing components?
a. Touch the doorknob to ground yourself before going into this case
b. Place all components on the motherboard to keep them grounded
c. use plastic tools
d. all of the above
19. What term described the flow of static electrical charge from a person to the inside of the PC?
a. EMI c. FDD
b. ESD d. PCB
20. Which of the following devices attaches with an IDE cable?
a. CPU c. CD-ROM
b. RAM d. Video Card
21. Which of the following tools would you find in a typical PC technician’s toolkit?
a. Philips and flat head screwdrivers c. Philips head screwdriver and
b. file hammer
d. Tweezers and erasers

22. What is the first thing to do before disassembling a system unit?

a. Save all the documents
b. Fully shut down and unplug the computer
c. Established an ESD
d. All of the above
23. What is the best way to prevent damaging your PC with static electricity?
a. Place your PC on a rubber mat
b. Wear leather soled shoes
c. Wear and ESD writ strap
d. Static electricity doesn’t really hurt a PC

For items o. 24 – 30. Arrange the steps in ASSEMBLING the PC by writing number 1, 2 and so on.

24. Install the power supply unit. 28. Install the CPU and RAM on the motherboard

25. Install all drives 29. Put the left cover

26. Install motherboard 30. Install expansion cards

27. Connect the IDE cable