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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. In the other worlds that Betty visits, what kind of people does she see?
(a) Quiet, tall, and intuitive.
(b) Loving and intelligent.
(c) Fun-loving, petite, and childlike.
(d) Warring and primitive.
2. How much time elapses before Betty decides to return to the hospital and meet with the surgeon who had done her procedure?
(a) Five years.
(b) Twenty years.
(c) One year.
(d) Three months.
3. With the "ripple effect," any act of cruelty or kindness does what?
(a) Is either condemned or cheered in the spirit world.
(b) Returns to the one who originally performed the act.
(c) Blends with other acts until they're all indistinguishable.
(d) Fades off into oblivion.
4. What do those gathered at Betty's farewell from the spirit world begin to do?
(a) Bring her gifts.
(b) Recite a memorized poem.
(c) Sing spontaneously.
(d) Dance with her.
5. Betty says that wherever she traveled in the spiritual world, she always felt what?
(a) Comforting presence of God's love.
(b) Like a stranger in a strange land.
(c) The pull of her family bringing her back.
(d) The protection of benevolent spirits.
Short Answer Questions
1. Betty learns that as spirits preparing to come to earth, we choose many of our weaknesses and challenges in order to what?
2. Why does Betty say that on earth, we can't judge people accurately?
3. Can our prayers help our friends and family members?
4. Betty says that regardless of whether someone is great or small, talented or handicapped, sinner or saint, in the spirit world:
5. When Betty meets with the surgeon who had performed her partial hysterectomy, she learns that:
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the purpose of the lessons we learn during our time on earth?
2. What happens after Betty makes her decision before the council of men?
3. How does Betty compare her death to a graduation?
4. Why does Betty meet with a council of twelve men?
5. How does Betty use symbolism in this chapter?
6. Who joins Betty in the garden?
7. What does Betty conclude at the end of the book?
8. How does Betty react to what the council of men has to say to her?
9. Who is the baby Betty and her husband adopt, and how is it that Betty already knows her?
10. Describe how Betty feels upon returning to her body.
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