Answers to Campus-Based Programs Sample Test

All tests will include a combination of multiple-choice and scenario-based questions. The following examples are similar in structure and scope to the questions that will appear on the test for this topic.

1. Which of the following is NOT allowed when transferring funds between campus-based aid programs?

    • CORRECT: FSEOG transfer to Federal Perkins Loan
    • FWS transfer to Federal Perkins Loan
    • FSEOG transfer to FWS
    • Federal Perkins Loan transfer to FSEOG

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2. Provided your school submits the FISAP by the October 1 deadline, the U.S. Department of Education will provide tentative allocations for the campus-based aid programs by

    • December 31.
    • CORRECT: February 1.
    • March 15.
    • April 1.

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3. If a student is employed under the FWS program and works for a private, for-profit organization, the federal share component of that student’s wages may not exceed

    • 75 percent.
    • 90 percent.
    • CORRECT: 50 percent.
    • 25 percent.

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4. A proprietary school can employ students to work on campus and pay them with FWS funds with certain restrictions. Which of the following positions would be prohibited?

    • Performing community service at a local food bank
    • Providing job placement assistance to current and former students
    • CORRECT: Traveling with the admissions office to recruit potential students
    • Working as a tutor in the school’s tutoring center

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5. When awarding FSEOG, you must first consider for awarding all students who will receive a Pell Grant in that award year. This group is referred to as the

    • primary eligible pool.
    • CORRECT: first selection group.
    • Pell category students.
    • principal awarding round.

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Publication Date: 2/15/2017

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