BIIAB LEVEL 2 AWARD FOR PERSONAL LICENCE HOLDERS Specimen Paper Poppleston Allen Licensing Solicitors
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.
Q1. A drink is classed as alcohol if its abv is more than:
Q2. Which of these would not be classed as an irresponsible drinks promotion?
Q3. If you are convicted of a criminal offence, who must you notify that you hold a personal licence? (It is a further criminal offence not to notify)
Q4. What is the maximum number of people permitted in an audience where amplified music is being provided under the Live Music Act exemption?
Q5. What is the importance of the licensing objectives?
Q6. A late TEN is a Temporary Event Notice which is given between:
Q7. Which one of these is not a Responsible Authority?
Q8. Where a premises have Category C gaming machines on site they must:
Q9. Which of these statements is not true regarding gaming machines on licensed premises
Q10. Which of the following is not a licensable activity?
Q11. What is the time limit upon receipt of a written decision notice for someone to appeal a decision to refuse a premises licence application?
Q12. An unauthorised licensable activity is:
Q13. It is an offence to serve alcohol to a person who is:
Q14. The Designated Premises Supervisor (DPS) is a person nominated at the premises who:
Q15. When is the sale of alcohol on or from a vehicle allowed?
Q16. What is the minimum age at which a person can legally be sold alcohol on licensed premises?
Q17. How long can a Personal Licence be suspended for if the holder is convicted of a relevant offence?
Q18. Who can authorise underage persons to carry out test purchasing on licensed premises?
Q19. Which of the following must be displayed at a licensed premise?
Q20. A Local Authority must review its Licensing Policy at least every:
Q21. If you hold a premises licence as an individual, under what circumstances would it lapse?
Q22. How many gaming machines is a licensed premises automatically entitled to have if they notify the Council of their intention to use category C or D machines?
Q23. Which of the following is not a statutory consultee of a new premises licence application?
Q24. Which of the following is not an offence under the Licensing Act 2003?
Q25. How many Designated Premises Supervisors can a premise have at any one time?
Q26. Who can bring a review of the Premises Licence?
Q27. Who can object to a person being named as the Designated Premises Supervisor?:
Q28. What colour paper is a full variation notice for display required to be printed on?
Q29. How may standard Temporary Events Notices can a non-Personal Licence holder issue each year?
Q30. If controlled drug activity is allowed on licensed premises, the premises licence could be:
Q31. How long does a personal licence remain valid?
Q32. When do HM Revenue and Customs officers have the legal right to enter licensed premises to remove goods liable to forfeiture?
Q33. When selling alcohol with a personal licence, which other licence or permission is required:
Q34. What unit of measurement will indicate how much alcohol is contained in a drink?
Q35. A personal licence entitles the holder to
Q36. Which authority has the power to close down a premise immediately due to public nuisance:
Q37. The maximum penalty for selling alcohol outside the hours authorised by a premises licence is:
Q38. Can somebody aged 17 serve alcohol in a licensed premises which is not strictly a restaurant with alcohol being consumed with table meals?
Q39. Under the Licensing Act 2003, which of these is a licensable activity?
Q40. Failure to notify the Licensing Authority of a change of name or address will result in a fine of up to: