REQUIREMENT. The following questions are multiple choice. There are four choices
You are to select the one that is correct.
Indicate your choice by
CIRCLING the letter beside the correct choice directly on the page.
This is a
self-graded lesson exercise.
Do not look up the correct answer from the lesson
solution sheet until you have finished.
To do so will endanger your ability to
learn this material. Also, your final examination score will tend to be lower than
if you had not followed this recommendation.
The examinee must be a member of the military.
The offense must violate either the U.S. Code or the Uniform Code of
The offense is punishable by death or one year or more confinement.
The offense is punishable by imprisonment for 6 months or more.
I, II, III.
II, III, IV.
Before the actual testing phase of a polygraph examination, the examiner
formulates the questions he tends to ask during the test. After the questions have
been prepared, and still prior to the actual examination, the examiner:
will go over each and every question with the examinee.
will explain the relevant questions to the examinee only when using the
peak of tension test.
reviews the irrelevant and control questions with the examinee.
will NOT go over any of the questions with the examinee.