CIBTAC A&P and Massage past papers

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  1. rj

    rj New Member

    Jan 22, 2006
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    I have a few questions which may come in handy, they are a total mixture of cibtac subjects

    Osteoarthritis will normally effect which joints:
    1 Shoulders
    2, Knees
    3. Elbow
    4. Hip
    5. Wrist

    a. 1&3
    c. 1.3.5
    d. 1.2.4
    e. 2.3.5

    Q2. Asthma is a disorder of the:
    A. bronchi
    b. Immune system
    c. nasal sinuses
    d. sciatic nerve

    Q3. Which of the following skin disorders would NOT contra-indicate manual massage?
    a. urticaria
    b. impetigo
    c. vitiligo
    d. tinea corporis

    Q4. Which of the following pre-heating treatments would not be suitable for a rather shy client with muscle fatigue of the trapezius?
    a. steam bath
    b. a sauna
    c. infra red
    a paraffin wax bath

    Q5. The Papyrus manunscripts recording the use of medical herbs are which early cilvilisation?
    a. Chinese
    b. Greek
    c. Egyptian
    d. Roman

    Q6. In order to maintain quality: essential oils should be stored:
    1. in clear glass container
    2. in tinted glass
    3. in a cool place
    4 at room temperature

    a. 1.3
    b. 2.4
    c. 2.3
    d. 1.4

    Q7. Which of the following classical massage movements is most effective in easing tension nodules?
    a Effleurage
    b. Petrissage
    c. Tapotement
    d. Vibrations

    Q8. Friction Massage movements may be described as:
    a. Small deep movement across soft tissue and muscle
    b. light pressure point movements
    c. quick rhythmic striking movements
    d. circular compression of tissues

    Q9. The liver stores :
    1. vitamins A & D
    2. the anti anaemic factor
    3. iron
    4. glycogen

    a. 2.3
    e. all of the above

    Q10. Which of the following statements correctly describes the process of internal respiration ?
    a. Oxygen diffuses out of the blood into the tissue and carbon dioxide diffuses from the tissue into the blood.
    B. Oxygen is breathed into the lungs and carbon dioxide is breathed out.
    C. Oxygen diffuses into the blood from the aveoli and carbon dioxide diffuses from the blood into the aveoli.
    D Oxygen is breathed out of the lungs and carbon dioxide is taken in.

    Q11. Which of the following statements are characteristic of the functions of the central nervous system?
    1. It controls all the movement of the voluntary muscle
    2. It is responsible for all sensation
    3. It supplies the nerves to all the internal organs
    4. It enables the body to respond to strong emotions

    a. 1.2
    b. 1.4
    c. 3.4
    d. 2.3.4
    e. all of the above

    Q12. The endocrine gland situated in the front of the neck is the:
    a. Pituitary
    b. Thyroid
    c. Adrenal
    d. Thymus

    Q13. The luteinsing hormone stimulates the development of the:
    a. ovarian follicle
    b. reproductive organs
    c. corpus luteum
    d, ovule

    Q14. The function of the pulmonary veins is to carry:
    a. o2 blood from the lungs to the left atrium
    b. o2 blood from left ventricle to all parts of the body
    c. co2 blood from the left ventricle to the lungs
    d. co2 blood from the body to the left atrium.

    Q15. The average heart beat is:
    A. 60 BPM
    b. 70 BPM
    c. 90 BPM
    d. 110 BPM

    Q16. The digestion of protein begins in the:
    A. mouth
    b. duodenum
    c. ileum
    d. stomach

    Q17. Which enzyme is responsible for the conversion of fats into fatty acids and glycerol ?
    a. lipase
    b. amylase
    c. maltase
    d. lactase

    Q18. The conversion of glucose to glycogen is controlled by the hormone:
    A. oxytoxin
    b. thyroxin
    c. insulin
    d. adrenalin

    Q19.Excess fluid and waste products from cell metabolsim enter the lymphatic system via lymphatic:
    a. Capillaries
    b. vessels
    c. ducts
    d. nodes

    Q20. The posistion of the transverus muscle is in the:
    a. abdomen
    b. pelvic region
    c. lower back
    d. upper thigh

    Q21. The growth in lenght of a long bone takes place from the:
    a. epiphyseal cartilage
    b. osteocyte cells
    c. medullary canal
    d. cancellous bone

    Q22. Which of the following bones would be classified as a f
  2. rj

    rj New Member

    Jan 22, 2006
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    RE: CIBTAC A&P and Massage past papers

    As I promised ! Better late then never...................

    Q1. One of the effects of vibrations when used in manual massage is:
    a. an improvement in venous return
    b. atightening of the skin
    c. a reduction in pain and muscular fatigue
    d. an increase in desquamation

    Q2. It is important, when performing a massage to:
    1. relax the client with gentle conversation
    2. maintain an even rhythm
    3. establish the correct rate of movement
    4. use the hands in an attractive manner
    5. keep the hands flexable

    a. 2.3
    b. 1.2.3
    c. 2.3.5
    e. all of the above

    Q3. Each descriptive sentence can be used once:

    Skin diseases:
    Herpes Simplex

    A. Begins with an ich follwed by erthema and vesicles
    B. A red flushed appearance on the centre of the face with pustules and papules
    C. Weeping vesicles which dries to form a honey coloured crust
    D. Soft soggy skin which flakes between the toes.

    Q4. What function is performed by he sudoriferous glands?
    A. maintenance of the elasticity of the skin
    B. Elimination of waste via perspiration
    C. Protection of skin from UV rays
    D. lubrication of hair and skin

    Q5. True or false

    A. Warts are caused by a fungus
    B. Herpes Zoster is caused by a virus
    C. AIDS is caused by bacteria
    D. Impetigo is caused by a insect infestation

    Q6. Hepatitis B is caused by:
    A. fungus
    B. Bacteria
    C. Parasite
    D. Virus

    Q7. A pair of muscles having opposite action are known as:
    A. Antagonists
    B. Synergists
    C. Fixators
    D. Protagonists

    Q8. The action of the quadratus lumborum muscle is to:
    A. Flex the trunk laterally
    B. Rotate the trunk
    C.Extend the trunk
    D. Fles the trunk vertically

    Q9. The end of a muscle which normally remains stationary during movement is called the:
    A. Origin
    B. flixator
    C. Insertion
    D. Aponeurosis

    Q10. Which is the only moveable bone in the head?
    A. Mandible
    B. Maxilla
    C. Nasal
    D. Frontal

    Q11. The bones running across the centre of the hand are called:
    A. Tarsals
    B. Metacarpals
    C. Phalanges
    D. Carpals

    Q12. The name of the bone in the upper arm is:
    a. Ulna
    b. femur
    c. Radius
    D. humerus

    Q13. Which specific massage movement would you use on a clinet presenting with tension in the shoulders?
    A. Vibrations
    b. petrissage
    c. hacking
    d. cupping

    Q14. The benefits of vibrations include :
    A. stimulates localised nerve endings
    b. promotes relaxation
    c. soothes the stratum corneum
    d. produces heat

    Q15. The importance of drinking water after a treatment is:
    a. to quech thirst
    b. flush out toxins
    c. aid digestion
    d. to induce perspiration

    Q16. The physiological effects of kneading include:
    A. Soothes lymph flow
    B. decreases joint mobility
    C. Prevents fatigue by removing latic acid
    D. decreases circulation

    Q17. When should you cleanse your hands?
    A. Before a treatment
    B. Only after touching a client
    C. After a treatment
    D. Before and after a treatment

    Q18. The trachea is made up of :
    A. Incomplete ring of yellow elastic tissue
    B. Incomplete rings of hyaline cartilage
    C. Complete rings of yellow elastic tissue
    D. Complete rings of hyaline cartilage

    Q19. The knee joint is:
    A. Pivot joint
    B. Full hinge joint
    C. Gliding joint
    D. Partial hinge joint

    Q20. Oxygen is carried in the blood by:
    A. Leucocytes
    B. Thrombocytes
    C. Erythrocytes
    D. Lymphocytes

    Hope these are of some help.
    Best of luck

    RJ. :)
  3. fashion01

    fashion01 New Member

    May 9, 2006
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    cibtac mock exam papers

    Hi Girls, I did my mocks last night so heres a few of the questions that came up. If your interested ill write the whole exam out later. Also if you want the correct answers let me know.

    Which of the following is Responsible for the transport of oxyen?


    Veins posses Valves?


    Which of the follwing is responsible for the formation of antibodies in times of infection?


    When a body part is separated from another, the movement is said to be-?


    When a muscle increases the angle between two bones it is said to-?


    A Sphincter is a-

    Ring Shaped muscle which closes an orifice
    Hollw Tube
    Type of Connective Tissue
    Muscle capable of Supination [/ol]

    An Example of a Sphincter is-?

    A Vein
    The orbicularis occuli
    Collagen fibres
    The biceps[/ol]

    The blood Supply to the hand and arm is via the -?

    Radial Artery
    Ulnar Vein
    Femoral Artery
    Brachial Vein[/ol]

    Thy lymphy from the right side of the body returns to the blood stream via which of the following?
  4. Monika Hodkinson

    Monika Hodkinson New Member

    Nov 22, 2015
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    Hi guys
    I am from Australia and am doing my CIBTAC exam this coming weekend (7 days away) and was wondering if there were any question/answer papers available anywhere - I am not able to find any. Any help would be appreciated. It would appear that some of your answers are a little different to ours over here. Thanking you

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