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Nicole Chung
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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. How does Nicole characterize her adoptive mother’s hair?
(a) Curly blonde.
(b) Fine light brown.
(c) Red perm.
(d) Straight black.

2. What does Nicole say she could never be certain of, if she got in touch with her family?
(a) That they would tell her the truth.
(b) That they would stick around.
(c) That they would recognize her.
(d) That they manipulate her.

3. What had Nicole’s birth mother done right before her premature labor started?
(a) Cooked a big meal.
(b) Gone for a long walk.
(c) Yelled at Cindy.
(d) Beaten Cindy.

4. What concern led Nicole to search out her birth parents?
(a) Confusion about contrasting stories.
(b) Ignorance about what might be in her genes.
(c) Need for money.
(d) Concern about religion.

5. How does Nicole characterize her relationship with being Korean?
(a) She did not notice it.
(b) She loved it but only in secret.
(c) She loved and hated it.
(d) She hated it openly.

6. How does Nicole characterize the relationship she thought she would have with her birth parents?
(a) Passing friendship.
(b) A long-distance friendship.
(c) Long, deep instant friendship.
(d) Nothing better than estrangement.

7. How does Nicole say her parents saw her adoption?
(a) A just act they committed for its own sake.
(b) A gift from God.
(c) A sacrifice they made for God.
(d) A profound responsibility.

8. What was Nicole devastated by, when Donna called to say she had contacted her birth family?
(a) That her parents were too poor to care for her.
(b) That her parents may have wanted a boy.
(c) That her parents were suspected of child abuse.
(d) That her parents had given away another baby as well.

9. When does Nicole say her parents’ story began?
(a) 1998.
(b) 1973.
(c) 1982.
(d) 1968.

10. What kind of patient does Nicole say she always was?
(a) The kind who collapsed and let herself be cared for.
(b) The kind to request heavy drugs.
(c) The kind to refuse to take drugs.
(d) The kind to use homemade remedies.

11. How did Nicole sign her letter to her mother?
(a) Cordially, Nicole.
(b) Love, Nicole.
(c) Yours, Nicole.
(d) Thank you, Nicole.

12. How much did was the bill for that Nicole found in her parents’ adoption box?
(a) $2,500.
(b) $500.
(c) $5,000.
(d) $1,500.

13. What was Nicole’s initial feeling about child birth?
(a) Excitement.
(b) Awe.
(c) Panic.
(d) Wariness.

14. How far along was Nicole in her pregnancy when she decided that it was time to involve an intermediary in searching for her parents?
(a) 12 weeks.
(b) 20 weeks.
(c) 9 weeks.
(d) 6 weeks.

15. When does Nicole say she heard her first racial slur?
(a) Kindergarten.
(b) Second grade.
(c) Third grade.
(d) Fifth grade.

Short Answer Questions

1. What was the doctors’ prognosis for Nicole as a baby?

2. What did Nicole say when a couple asked her if she ever felt like her parents were not her real parents?

3. What was Nicole’s husband Dan’s genetic heritage?

4. How old was Cindy when she came to America?

5. Where had Nicole’s parents moved from, when they had her and gave her up for adoption?

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