Alberta School Bus Driver Test 07

Taking the Alberta school bus driver practice test is a crucial step in preparing for the official exam. This test serves as a means to assess your knowledge in various areas, including road safety, vehicle mechanics, and passenger safety. By practicing with the available resources and taking the test multiple times, you will gain a deeper understanding of the requirements and expectations of a school bus driver


Alberta School Bus Test 07

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For passengers with a hearing loss, why is it important to face the passenger while speaking?

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Passengers who have difficulties with balance are particularly vulnerable to sudden changes of direction or movement, so how do you compensate while going around corners?

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When do you take wheelchairs, crutches or other mobility devices away from passengers?

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When should you notify school officials before conducting an evacuation drill?

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For any passenger with asthma, where should they be seated on the bus?

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When transporting special needs children, what do they require more of than adults?

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Do bus operators need to recognize there is a difference in how they work with and transport passengers with disabilities?

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What are restraint cutters used for?

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What is referred to as Special Needs Busing?

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If a passenger with a disability has an episode you are not familiar with, what should you do?

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What happens if you experience a power or equipment failure and you have a passenger on the bus?

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A passenger with ADD/ADHD should be seated...

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When loading or unloading a bus with a wheelchair lift, what should be considered first?

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When assisting passengers with a hearing impairment, what should you do to get their attention?

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If student is accompanied by a certified guide dog, or service dog, when are drivers allowed to touch the dog?

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When having to lift a person, when should you never try to lift someone?

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If a passenger has epilepsy and they begin to have a seizure, what should you not do?

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With rear loaders, what would be a good idea to keep hazardous and irritating gases out of the bus?

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If a passenger with diabetes is suffering from a low blood sugar, what should you allow them to do?

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How would you assist a passenger with Muscular Dystrophy?

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Never assist a person using a wheelchair or mobility aid without first doing what?

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What is referred to as mobility aid?

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When assisting passengers with vision impairment, what should you not do to help them?

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Should have an evacuation plan for the passengers with disabilities?

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What is referred to as Ambulatory Disabled Passengers?

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Which statement is false? As far as passenger limitations go, the operator should know the following...

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Which statement is false? Physical disabilities are wide ranging, having to accommodate...

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If you have not understood something a passenger with a disability has said, what should you not do?

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What term is used to describe all types of hearing problems ranging from minimal loss to total deafness?

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When talking to a passenger who has difficulty speaking, what is not done?

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