According to the FIDE Handbook (B.06.1.3.7), one of the requirements to become a FIDE Arbiter is:
Attendance of one (1) FIDE Arbiters’ Seminar and successfully passing (at least 80%) an examination set up by the Arbiters’ Commission.
What's the exam like?
To be clear, I'm not asking anyone to give me the answers or help me cheat, just asking for a brief overview of what kinds of questions are on the exam.
Is the exam mostly multiple-choice questions on the rules of chess (e.g. "Which of the following moves is legal?")?
Is it mostly essay questions on tough professional judgments (e.g. "What would you do if a player complains that their opponent has poor body odor but you determine that the odor is caused by a bona-fide medical condition that the opponent cannot reasonably afford to get treated?")?
Is the exam a practical demonstration of arbitration skills performed using actors cast in the roles of players?