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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did the inspector find in an old shed?
2. What do Helen and Herriot need that he is designated to pick up at house sales?
3. Why did Harry Sumner get Monty?
4. What happened to Badger?
5. What form of self indulgence has Herriot developed over his time as a country vet?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe Herriot's visit to the Ingledew farm in chapter one.
2. Explain what happened when Herriot tried to draw blood from the fully mature Monty.
3. What is the Darrowby show that Herriot goes to officiate at?
4. How does the day at the Darrowby show differ from the "pleasant day out" he expected it to be?
5. What is the relationship between veterinarians like Herriot and Siegried with Granville Bennett?
6. Describe who Roy is and the state he is in when the inspector takes Herriot to him.
7. What was the experience of the stomach operation on Monty like for Herriot? Why?
8. What procedure does Granville Bennett do on Dinah? How does it go? Why didn't Herriot want to do it?
9. Describe what happens with the dog and Rob Benson's sheep. What does the farmer believe has happened? What does Herriot find out when he is called out?
10. Describe the process Herriot goes through to diagnose the second batch of cows at the Darby farm.
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
In All Things Bright and Beautiful we hear about the draft horse being replaced by a tractor and see a vision of agricultural business as it was in the early 1900s. Farming has changed significantly in more ways than just the tractor since then.
Part 1. What are some of the major changes that agriculture has undergone over the last century?
Part 2. What are the effects of these changes? Include a discussion of social and economic effects as well as the effects on the land and the goods produced.
Part 3. Has there been a change in the trends in agriculture over the last decade? What are they and what direction are they headed?
Essay Topic 2
Write an essay about tetanus, also known as lockjaw.
Part 1. What is tetanus? How do people or animals get it? Who is most at risk and where is it most common?
Part 2. What are the symptoms and pathophysiology of tetanus?
Part 3. What prevention is available and what cures?
Essay Topic 3
Write an essay on sulphonamides.
Part 1. How and when were they discovered? By who?
Part 2. How do they work and what do they treat?
Part 3. What effect did the use of sulphonamides have? What did they pave the way for?
Part 4. What diseases or afflictions have most been controlled by sulphonamides and antibiotics?
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