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Review Jeopardy

Review Jeopardy. 3 possible answers. These are the three types of degrees that require a bachelor’s degree as a prerequisite. What are Master’s, Doctorate (Ph. D.), and Professional (M.D., J.D.) ?. This is why it is important to obtain a degree or training in a specific career. What is

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Review Jeopardy

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  1. Review Jeopardy

  2. 3 possible answers

  3. These are the three types of degrees that require a bachelor’s degree as a prerequisite. What are Master’s, Doctorate (Ph. D.), and Professional (M.D., J.D.)?

  4. This is why it is important to obtain a degree or training in a specific career. What is Many careers are closed to people who don't have them?

  5. 3 possible answers

  6. These items are normally found on a resume. What are Education, Skills, and Work Experience?

  7. The relationship between your level of education/experience and pay. What is The greater the level of your education/experience, the more you can expect to be paid?

  8. 3 possible answers

  9. These are ways you should act once you get a job. What are Maintain a good work ethic (do the job to the best of your ability), Keep a positive attitude (don't be negative), and Be flexible and cooperative (try your best to work with everyone).?

  10. 3 possible answers

  11. The types of income you consider when estimating income for a budget. What are Paychecks, Tax Refunds, Gifts, Etc.?

  12. 3 possible answers

  13. The sources of information you use to estimate income for a budget. What are Old pay stubs, Deposits shown in your checkbook register, and The deposit history shown on your bank statement?

  14. 3 possible answers

  15. The sources of information you use to estimate expenses for a budget. What are Receipts, Billing Statements, and Entries in your checkbook register.

  16. Many possible answers

  17. The types of expenses you consider when estimating expenses for a budget. What are ALL?

  18. 3 possible answers

  19. The main reasons for saving. What are Financial Goals, Unexpected Expenses, and Saving for the Future?

  20. 3 possible answers

  21. The things you consider when determining if you can afford an apartment. What are Your salary, Start-up costs, and Ongoing costs?

  22. This type of renter’s insurance covers damage to your possessions. What is contents coverage?

  23. This type of renter’s insurance covers damage you might do to the property you are renting. What is liability coverage?

  24. This is money you give your landlord that may be used to make repairs to your rental unit when you move out. What is a security deposit?

  25. 3 possible answers

  26. The things normally found in a lease agreement. What are Amount of rent, When rent is due, and Which utilities you are responsible for paying?

  27. The relationship between how new a car is and the insurance rate on the car (on two cars identical except for year). What is The newer the car, the higher the insurance rate?

  28. The relationship between how expensive a car is and the insurance rate on the car. What is The more expensive the car, the higher the insurance rate?

  29. The relationship between your driving record and your insurance rate. What is The worse your driving record, the higher the insurance rate?

  30. True or False: new cars lose 30% of their resale value within 2 years. What is TRUE?

  31. True or False: new cars offer you more makes & models & options that you may not be able to easily find with a used car dealership. What is TRUE?

  32. True or False: you may have mechanical issues with a used car that aren’t covered by warranty. What is TRUE?

  33. This is the relationship between the monthly payment on a car loan and the monthly payment on a lease. What is a lease will cost you less than a loan?

  34. True or False: a used car may lose its value more quickly than a new car since it is older. What is FALSE?

  35. 3 possible answers

  36. Three things looked at by lenders when determining your credit worthiness for a car loan. What are Steady income, Credit history, and Established residence?

  37. 3 possible answers

  38. These are normal operating costs for a vehicle. What are gas, oil changes, and routine repairs?

  39. 3 possible answers

  40. These are primary needs. What are food, clothing, and shelter?

  41. Items that are not critical to survival but contribute to your well-being (like a laptop or TV) are these type of needs. What is secondary?

  42. You are doing this type of shopping when you are trying to find a product with the best combination of price and features. What is comparison shopping?

  43. 5 possible answers

  44. These are products covered by the Food & Drug Administration. What are food, drugs, cosmetics medical devices, and radiation-emitting devices?

  45. True or False: warranties are for as long as you own a product. What is FALSE?

  46. True or False: warranties may cover only certain parts of a product. What is TRUE?

  47. True or False: warranties may be canceled if the product is used incorrectly. What is TRUE?

  48. True or False: warranties are only for a limited period of time. What is TRUE?

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