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POS System Test




A retail point of sale system typically includes a cash register. And a cash register includes:

computer, monitor, cash drawer, receipt printer

customer display and a barcode scanner

debit/credit card reader

All of above



A drawer or tray that a retailer would use to store his money is called


Barcode Scanner

Debit Card Reader

None of Above



What is NOT the part of procedure for handling cash in POS System

In the collection process, press the subtotal key to display the amount of goods subtotal.

Use the scanner to scan the bar code information of the item.

When the final sales confirmation, press the total key to collect the settlement.


Selecting Goods



It is best to count the change in the following manner:

From bills to pennies

From quarters (.25) to pennies (.01) then count the bills from dollars ($1) to twenties ($20).

All of Above

None of Above



At the end of the day, the cash drawer needs to be closed. To close the drawer:

Click "Close Day"

Click "Close Sales"

Click “Close Drawer” link in the POS left menu. 

All of Above



The cash float is described as:


the balance of change that the cash drawer starts with each day.

Cash counting

cash exchange

Cash bills


Balancing a cash register usually takes place:

at the end of the day

at the end of a cashier's shift.

1 & 2

None of Above



Frequent discrepancies in the cash balancing procedure could be a sign of:

employee theft

may indicate further training is required for a particular cashier.

1 & 2

Being sluggish



A commonly overlooked POS security feature is:

Disclosing security code

limiting access to certain features to specific employees.

Punching price manually

All of above



If a new employee is being trained on the POS with unfettered access to the entire system, their lack of knowledge could lead to

accidental data changes

Possible deletion

up gradation of system

1 & 2