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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. What does Yunus learn from Professor Georgescu-Roegen that causes economics and life to be more complicated than they really are?
2. Where is the official from that Yunus stays with in Washington D.C. when he is representing the Bangladesh Citizens' Committee?
(a) Bengali Embassy.
(b) Bangladesh Embassy.
(c) India Embassy.
(d) Pakistan Embassy.
3. How much are all support group members required to deposit into a group fund?
(a) Ten percent of each loan.
(b) Ten dollars from each loan.
(c) Five percent of each loan.
(d) Five dollars from each loan.
4. What are mahajons in Bangladesh?
(a) Factory workers.
(c) Rich bankers.
5. What is the name of the Muslim custom that keeps married women in seclusion?
Short Answer Questions
1. Upon his return to Bangladesh, Yunus takes a position with the government's _________________.
2. Where is the family of Yunus's first wife from originally?
3. How many people does Yunus find in the village of Jobra that are in the same cycle of poverty like Sufiaya?
4. Yunus is going to be in America for three months in 1977 to attend ___________________.
5. What does Yunus want for his students who are working so hard on the Jobra loan experiment?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the Grameen Bank Project in the District of Tangail?
2. What is a dadan arrangement?
3. What happens in 1977 when Yunus visits a bank in Dhaka?
4. What happens to Yunus's mother, Sofia?
5. What happens during the Partition in 1947?
6. What does Yunus do on behalf of Bengalis and Bangladesh after the country declares independence from Pakistan?
7. Why does Yunus decide to return to Bangladesh?
8. What does Yunus do for money in his youth?
9. What are the loan repayment terms that Yunus sets as he develops the Grameen Bank?
10. Who is Yunus's first wife and how did he meet her?
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