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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who invites Arnold to a health and bodybuilding club in Munich?
(a) His Army trainer.
(b) His Army Sergeant.
(c) A judge from the Mr. Europe junior contest.
(d) He invites himself.
2. How many competitions must Arnold win to truly be considered as Mr. Universe?
3. In what year does Arnold begin corresponding with a bodybuilder after the Mr. Universe competition?
4. What is the audience reaction to the use of "Exodus" during Arnold's routine?
5. How many other Mr. Universe contests are sponsored by other bodybuilding federations?
Short Answer Questions
1. During the 1967 Mr. Universe bodybuilding competitions, why is Arnold depressed?
2. Who is the top favorite from America at the Mr. Universe Competition?
3. How much does Arnold weigh at the end of his Army service?
4. What gives Arnold satisfaction with the sport of bodybuilding?
5. What is Arnold's first competitive weightlifting goal?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Arnold finish out his year in the Army?
2. What does Arnold decide to change once he begins training in America?
3. How does Arnold become addicted to bodybuilding as a sport?
4. Why does Arnold find it difficult to learn the things he had planned to during the Mr. Universe contest?
5. In Part One, Chapter Five, what does Arnold promise himself never to do again?
6. Back in Munich, Arnold begins training with Franco Columbu, doing power lifting. How does this boost Arnold's confidence?
7. Why is Arnold concerned about an upcoming event with Dennis Tinnerino?
8. Describe the influence that Reg Park has on Arnold in his teenage bodybuilding days.
9. As a teenager in Graz, what first motivates Arnold to become the "best bodybuilder in the world"?
10. What are some of the criticisms leveled at Arnold by others in Graz during this teenage period of his early bodybuilding career?
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