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IAPP CPACC Certification Exam Sample Questions

If you’re planning to take the IAPP Certified Professional in Accessibility Core Competencies (CPACC) exam, you may want to check out Certspots CPACC sample questions. Certspots CPACC Certification Exam sample questions are designed to help you prepare for the CPACC exam by giving you an idea of what to expect. The questions cover the different topics that the exam will assess, including accessibility laws and standards, disability types, assistive technologies, and web accessibility. The CPACC Certification Exam sample questions are available on Certspots’ website, and you can access them for free. They are also regularly updated to reflect any changes or updates in the CPACC exam.

Taking the CPACC exam is a great way to demonstrate your knowledge and expertise in accessibility, and passing the exam can help you advance your career in the field. So, take advantage of Certspots CPACC Certification Exam sample questions and start preparing for the exam today!

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1. Persons with a disability are MOST LIKELY to experience what major factor that could lead to poverty?

2. According to the World Health Organization 2011 World Report on Disability, what percentage of the world's population are estimated to live with some form of disability?

3. Using simplified text that is supplemented by images, graphs, and other illustrations is a good strategy when targeting content for users with which type of disability?

4. The majority of persons who are Deafblind

5. According to the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), which outcome is a result of involving users with disabilities early in web development projects?

6. Which action helps an organization respond quickly to accessibility concerns from public site users?

7. Which example BEST illustrates how accessibility solutions can be incorporated into user experience design?

8. Which statement BEST describes a way the U.N. Convention on the Rights of Persons with

Disabilities (CRPD) is being used to open opportunities for people with disabilities in information technology?

9. A person who struggles with organization of numbers, has trouble with counting principles, or has difficulty telling time may have which disability?

10. Universal Design for Learning is a set of principles for



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