Practice Test

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  • 1. "The International Ecotourism Society" distinguishes the following types of ecotourism:
         a, ecotourists, active green tourists, committed ecotourists.
         b, casual green tourists, active green tourists, committed ecotourists.
         c, casual green tourists, active green tourists, ecotourists, committed ecotourists.
  • 2. A TDM ...
         a, consists of innovative partnerships, operating within a legal framework, which promote product-based tourism cooperation in a given           destination.
         b, is a sub-unit of the World Tourism Organisation.
         c, is the umbrella organisation for tourist offices.
  • 3. Catalogue and legislation on tourist bikes
         a, 1996 Agenda 21.
         b, the report "Our Common Future".
         c, Tourism Bill of Rights and Tourism Code.
  • 4. Which type of energy is required for movement phenomena and muscle contraction?
         a, chemical
         b, heat
         c, light
         d, mechanical
  • 5. Which type of energy is stored in the covalent bonds of glucose or ATP?
         a, light
         b, chemical
         c, heat
         d, mechanical
  • 6. What happens to the free energy change during chemical reactions?
         a, During exergonic reactions, the free energy content decreases.
         b, During exergonic reactions, the free energy content increases.
         c, During endergonic reactions, the free energy content increases.
         d, During endergonic reactions, the free energy content decreases.
  • 7. Areas of specialist care are ...
         a, active and chronic specialist care.
         b, outpatient and inpatient care.
         c, acute and chronic care.
         d, primary care and specialized hospital care.
  • 8. What are the areas of inpatient specialist care?
         a, Primary care and chronic specialist care.
         b, Acute and chronic care.
         c, Active and chronic specialist care.
         d, Intensive care and emergency care.
  • 9. What is the financial source of solidarity-based social insurance?
         a, Budget and contribution payment.
         b, Contribution payment.
         c, Budget.
         d, The consumer's cash payment.
  • 10. In a Gantt diagram, what does the horizontal axis (X-axis) typically represent?
         a, Project timeline.
         b, Stakeholder interests.
         c, Likelihood of risks.
         d, Project risks.
  • 11. In project planning, what does the problem tree represent?
         a, Identified project stakeholders.
         b, Underlying causes of the main problem.
         c, Project risks and mitigations.
         d, Goals and objectives.
  • 12. In stakeholder analysis, what is the "power-interest grid" used for?
         a, Developing the action plan.
         b, Identifying project risks.
         c, Prioritizing stakeholders based on their influence and interest.
         d, Assessing project strengths and weaknesses.
  • 13. Decimus Iunius Iuvenalis, in his well-known statement "Orandum est ut sit mens sana in corpore sano", claimed that ...
         a, only a healthy body can have a healthy soul.
         b, it would be desirable to have a healthy body with a healthy soul.
         c, a healthy body is a prerequisite for a healthy mind.
  • 14. First written mention of the thermal waters of Szovátafürdő ...
         a, is preserved in the autobiography of István Halmágyi from 1915.
         b, is preserved in the autobiography of István Halmágyi from 1715.
         c, is preserved in the autobiography of István Halmágyi from 1515.
  • 15. Hard tourism is ...
         a, a tourism phenomenon that goes beyond quantity.
         b, the quality tourism phenomenon.
         c, a tourism phenomenon that pushes quantity and promotes quality.
  • 16. ... is a non-participant in the regulation of health tourism.
         a, National Health Insurance Fund
         b, Hungarian Bathing Association
         c, Hungarian Hotel Association
  • 17. A major destination for clinical tourism is ...
         a, China.
         b, United States.
         c, United Kingdom.
  • 18. Alkaline bicarbonate thermal water source located at ...
         a, Zalakaros.
         b, Balatonfüred.
         c, Harkány.
  • 19. Indicate the concept of a holistic approach.
         a, Holistic medicine is not only about the health and well-being of the body, but also about the soul and the mind, as untreated mental             problems can eventually cause illness in the physical body.
         b, A natural medicine procedure. To improve health, water can be applied at different temperatures, pressures, for different durations and         in different places. The treatments are usually combined with other interventions. These include bath treatments at different                               temperatures, such as Kneipp treatments, shower treatments, underwater jet massage (tangentor), but also compresses and wraps.
         c, The term holism (from the Greek "holos") means the consideration of wholeness. Holistic medicine considers the person as a whole,               assuming the unity of body, mind and emotions. The holistic practitioner heals not only the disease, the diseased organ or part of the               body, but the patient, seeking to restore and maintain health.
  • 20. Indicate the concept of ayurveda.
         a, The term holism (from the Greek "holos") means the consideration of wholeness. Holistic medicine considers the person as a whole,               assuming the unity of body, mind and emotions. The holistic practitioner heals not only the disease, the diseased organ or part of the               body, but the patient, seeking to restore and maintain health.
         b, A natural medicine procedure. To improve health, water can be applied at different temperatures, pressures, for different durations and         in different places. The treatments are usually combined with other interventions. These include bath treatments at different t                             temperatures, such as Kneipp treatments, shower treatments, underwater jet massage (tangentor), but also compresses and wraps.
         c, Holistic medicine is not only about the health and well-being of the body, but also about the soul and the mind, as untreated mental             problems can eventually cause illness in the physical body.
  • 21. Indicate the concept of hydrotherapy.
         a, Holistic medicine is not only about the health and well-being of the body, but also about the soul and the mind, as untreated mental             problems can eventually cause illness in the physical body.
         b, A natural medicine procedure. To improve health, water can be applied at different temperatures, pressures, for different durations and         in different places. The treatments are usually combined with other interventions. These include bath treatments at different                               temperatures, such as Kneipp treatments, shower treatments, underwater jet massage (tangentor), but also compresses and wraps.
         c, The term holism (from the Greek "holos") means the consideration of wholeness. Holistic medicine considers the person as a whole,               assuming the unity of body, mind and emotions. The holistic practitioner heals not only the disease, the diseased organ or part of the               body, but the patient, seeking to restore and maintain health.
  • 22. Indicate which characteristics are associated with scientific events?
         a, A complex training and further training procedure (combination of methods), in the framework of which goal-oriented (on demand)                 content is provided, as well as training for the acquisition of certain competences, the necessary theoretical knowledge is processed and         its application is ensured in combination with self-monitoring (feedback).
         b, An event can be formalised by the formality of the organising body and the purpose, or the presence of official guests.
         c, They discuss scientific issues or give lectures on scientific topics. The range of issues can be diverse: health, transport, environment,               finance, literature, natural sciences, sociology.
  • 23. Mark the correct definition of the event!
         a, An event is an organised social gathering held for a specific purpose, place and time.
         b, An event is a casual social gathering held for a specific purpose, place and time, without organisation.
         c, An event is an organised, casual social gathering for a specific purpose.
  • 24. Which of the following statements is NOT true?
         a, Event planning is a new thing, in the old days there were no religious or other events.
         b, It can be said that the festivals of ancient Greece were already complex phenomena.
         c, The organisation of events is as old as mankind.
  • 25. After the regime change, the OIB was ...
         a, national tourism management body.
         b, advisory body to the minister.
         c, was a committee of the National Assembly.
  • 26. Choose the acronym that stands for the World Tourism Organisation.
         a, WHO
         b, VET
         c, FAO
         d, IMF
         e, WTO
  • 27. Currently, the organisation responsible for country marketing is ...
         a, OIB.
         b, NGO.
         c, MT Zrt.
  • 28. Define the concept of festival tourism.
         a, Leisure time in a rural setting, motivated by the desire to get to know the area, for recreational or health rehabilitation purposes, is a             specific form of tourism. Rural tourism is one of the best ways for tourists to get to know the life and culture of a region directly.
         b, He is travelling to the destination to visit the festival. If the festival visit is the primary motivation for the trip, the economic role of the           festival is enhanced as it generates overnight stays and other spending in the destination.
         c, Tourism is a form of tourism that involves visiting remote, even exotic, landscapes where the traveller is "waiting for the unexpected".           Adventure tourism is growing rapidly in popularity, with people seeking a wide range of holiday options.
  • 29. Define the concept of sport tourism.
         a, The tourism sector, where sport is the primary motivation for travel. It is understood as activities involving travel away from the place of       residence to participate in competitive or recreational sports or to enjoy the experiences (e.g. sightseeing, social, atmospheric) associated       with these as attractions. Three inseparable tourism domains are linked to sports tourism: major sporting events, outdoor recreation and         health and fitness activities.
         b, Tourism is a form of tourism where people get out of their urban environment and spend time in the natural surroundings. The most               common form of this is hiking and trekking, but it also includes water tours, ski trips and other physically demanding hikes, whether                   individual or group, sometimes in the form of competitions.
         c, A form of tourism that involves a type of health-related travel. The basic motivation of visitors is to recover, improve or maintain their             health and prevent illness.
  • 30. Indicate the concept of a nature walk.
         a, A form of tourism that involves a type of health-related travel. The basic motivation of visitors is to recover, improve or maintain their             health and prevent illness.
         b, Tourism is a form of tourism where people get out of their urban environment and spend time in the natural surroundings. The most               common form of this is hiking and trekking, but it also includes water tours, ski trips and other physically demanding hikes, whether                   individual or group, sometimes in the form of competitions.
         c, The tourism sector, where sport is the primary motivation for travel. It is understood as activities involving travel away from the place of         residence to participate in competitive or recreational sports or to enjoy the experiences (e.g. sightseeing, social, atmospheric) associated       with these as attractions. Three inseparable tourism domains are linked to sports tourism: major sporting events, outdoor recreation and         health and fitness activities.
  • 31. After washing which part of the body should the water be changed?
         a, crossbones
         b, well 
         c, face, neck
         d, lower limbs
  • 32. Around 1590 he created the first compound magnifying glass.
         a, Antoni van Leewenhoek
         b, Zakaria Jansen 
         c, Robert Koch
         d, Robert Hook
  • 33. At what level is prevention currently defined?
         a, 4
         b, 2
         c, 3

Answers:     1/C;   2/A;   3/C;   4/D;   5/B;   6/A;   7/C;   8/C;   9/A;   10/A;   11/B;   12/C;   13/B;   14/B;   15/A;   16/C;   17/B;   18/A;   19/C;   20/C;   21/B;   22/C;   23/A;   24/A;   25/B;   26/E;   27/B;   28/B;   29/A;   30/B;   31/A;   32/B;   33/C