The FTCE Marketing 6-12 subject examination consists of 120 multiple-choice questions with a time limit of 2 hours and 30 minutes. Question formats will include direct question, sentence completion, charts and graphs, command, word problem, and scenario. Each question will contain four response options, which will be answered by bubbling in choice A, B, C, or D.
The test encompasses 15 core competencies, each with between 3 and 12 skill areas. Competencies are defined as areas of content knowledge, with skills being the behaviors that demonstrate those competencies. Each competency is also assigned a percentage representing the approximate proportion of test items in that content area on the test. Together, the competencies and skills are representative of knowledge that has been determined by content specialists to be important for beginning teachers.
Test-takers will need to demonstrate knowledge of marketing careers and employability; human relations; communications; marketing mathematics; economic principles; marketing principles; selling; business operations; sales promotion; product and service technology; leadership and management; work-based experiences; program operation; entrepreneurship; and financial literacy.
FTCE Marketing 6-12 Exam Practice Questions
1. Which term refers to the methods of practicing and using another person’s business philosophy?
2. Sexual harassment is a form of sex discrimination that violates:
A. the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
B. the Employer Liability Act
C. Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964
D. the Sex Discrimination Guidelines of 1972
3. The term that references policies that take race, gender, or ethnicity into consideration as a way to promote equal opportunity is:
C. affirmative action
4. The Americans with Disabilities Act was enacted in which year?
5. Allowing water bottles at work stations at an employee’s request to prevent dehydration is an example of what?
A. safe workplace practices
B. employee rights
C. fairness test
D. reasonable accommodation