FC3—HTS General Rules of Interpretation 3 (fill in gaps)
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Estimated total study time: 1 hour 30 minutes
This fill-in-the-gaps learning focuses on the Harmonized Tariff Schedule General Rules of Interpretation 3 to the Heading and Subheading level. It includes more specific classifications, mixtures and composite goods, sets put up for retail sale, classification by essential character.
This module does not have a study assignment per se, and assumes that the user has some existing understanding of the topic. A person with little or no prior understanding of this topic should take a regular GISTnet course covering this topic instead.
HTS General Rules of Interpretation 3 (fill in gaps)
Instructions for use of this learning module:
- Take the pre-test. Select only responses that you are confident are correct. Do not guess because an incorrect response will cost you points. If you pass this test, your module will close and you can feel confident that you have a basic understanding of the material.
- If you do not pass the pre-test, the next step is to take an assessment-for-learning at least twice. The immediate feedback messages will provide the correct responses, with links to read more about what the question addresses. Each time you take an assessment you will gain more knowledge on the subject and reinforce what you have already learned.
- Once you feel confident you can correctly answer all questions encountered in the assessments-for-learning, continue on to the assessment-for-record. This can be taken as many times as required to pass. Passing this assessment will complete the module.
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(Estimated study time: 1 hour 30 minutes)
- General Rule of Interpretation Number 3
- Rule 3 The Referee...
- General Rule of Interpretation Number 3(a)
- General Rule 3(a)
- The Heading Providing the Most Specific Description
- Classification of a Gas Barbecue
- When Having the Most Specific Description is Not Sufficient
- Classification of a Gas Barbecue (Continued)
- Examples of Headings Which Do Not Refer to "Part Only" of Materials:
- Steps for Classifying Two or More Plausible Headings
- What happened to all the examples?
- General Rule of Interpretation Number 3(b)
- General Rule 3(b)
- Material or Component Giving Essential Character
- Composite Goods Consisting of Different Materials
- Composite Goods Made up of Different Components
- Goods put up in Sets for Retail Sale
- Classification Example to Check Your Understanding
- Essential Character
- Classification of a Gas Barbecue Conclusion
- Classification of Scrap Metal Alloy
- Use Essential Character Only if Applicable
- General Rule of Interpretation Number 3(c)
- Heading Appearing Last in Numerical Order
- Rule 3 Conclusion