BIIAB LEVEL 2 AWARD FOR PERSONAL LICENCE HOLDERS Specimen Paper
If you are already booked to take the APLH course or are considering doing so, a valuable part of your preparation is to take a mock examination. In conjunction with the BII, we have created an exam compiled from past paper questions. In the real exam, you have 40 minutes to complete a multiple choice question paper consisting of 40 questions. in order to pass the exam, you will need to correctly answer 28 out of 40 questions.
With the mock exam, we suggest that you allow yourself 40 minutes to complete all questions.
Q 1. A personal licence entitles the holder to:
Q 2. How long does a personal licence remain valid?
Q 3. An application for a personal licence must be made to the relevant:
Q 4. A personal licence may not be granted if the applicant:
Q 5. What change of details must a personal licence holder report to the licensing authority?
Q 6. What could happen if a personal licence holder is convicted of driving with excess alcohol in their body?
Q 7. The purpose of a licensing policy is to show how:
Q 8. Each licensing authority is responsible for appointing a licensing committee consisting of no more than:
Q 9. Community Safety Partnerships have been set up to:
Q 10. Which of these is a licensing objective?
Q 11. An unauthorised licensable activity is:
Q 12. A drink is classed as alcohol if its abv is more than:
Q 13. What unit of measurement will indicate how much alcohol is contained in a drink?
Q 14. To keep risks at a low level, the UK Chief Medical Officer recommends it is safest not to drink regularly more than:
Q 15. The time it takes for one unit of alcohol to be removed from the body is about:
Q 16. A premises licence authorises the use of specific premises for:
Q 17. Under the Licensing Act 2003, which of these is a licensable activity?
Q 18. What is the purpose of reviewing a premises licence?
Q 19. Which of these is a mandatory condition attached to a premises licence which authorises the retail sale of alcohol?
Q 20. The maximum penalty for selling alcohol outside the hours authorised by a premises licence is:
Q 21. The role of the designated premises supervisor on licensed premises is to:
Q 22. If not already covered by the premises licence, which one of these events would require a temporary event notice?
Q 23. What is the maximum number of temporary event notices a personal licence holder can give in a calendar year?
Q 24. Which of these would not be classed as an irresponsible drinks promotion?
Q 25. If controlled drug activity is allowed on licensed premises, the premises licence could be:
Q 26. If a police officer witnesses the sale of alcohol to a drunk, what value fixed penalty fine can they impose?
Q 27. Who can authorise underage persons to carry out test purchasing on licensed premises?
Q 28. Which of these is the most reliable document for proof of age?
Q 29. At what age can a person buy a lottery ticket?
Q 30. On what grounds can the Magistrates Court issue a closure order?
Q 31. The police can apply for a closure notice if
Q 32. Which of these activities could be classed as regulated entertainment?
Q 33. When is the sale of alcohol on or from a vehicle allowed?
Q 34. It is an offence to serve alcohol to a person who is:
Q 35. Which alcoholic drinks may a 16 year old, accompanied by an adult, consume at a table meal on licensed premises?
Q 36. What is the importance of the licensing objectives?
Q 37. A personal licence holder must produce their licence for inspection when requested by:
Q 38. When do HM Revenue and Customs officers have the legal right to enter licensed premises to remove goods liable to forfeiture?
Q 39. If a personal licence holder is charged with a relevant offence, they must:
Q 40. What is the minimum age at which a person can legally be sold alcohol on licensed premises?