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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 12: Coming Into My Own.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. At 13, the author changed his goal of becoming a general practitioner to a what?
2. How did the author comfort himself about his capping on other students?
(a) He said he thought his father would approve.
(b) He said that everyone did it, and it was the only way to survive.
(c) He said it was not his fault there were ugly people at school.
(d) He said he would only do it until he got some better clothes.
3. What was the reason the author and his classmates were given for having to retake a test for the psychology class, Perceptions 101?
(a) The tests were inadvertently burned.
(b) The tests were lost.
(c) There was too much talking during the first test.
(d) No one passed the first test.
4. What does the author say about regulations in "Changing the Rules"?
(a) He says he usually disagrees with them but follows them anyway.
(b) He says they sometimes hinder and need to be broken or ignored.
(c) He says that following them is the key to his success.
(d) He says they keep things running smoothly all the time.
5. What does the author say worship services and Bible lessons frequently focused on?
(b) Missionary doctors.
(c) Bad parents.
Short Answer Questions
1. What was the author's mother determined to accomplish in Detroit?
2. Who did the author initially turn to for work, when he could not find a job in the summer of 1971?
3. Why did the author become interested in Johns Hopkins University Hospital at the age of 10?
4. Why did students walk out on the psychology test in "Changing the Rules"?
5. Why did the author quit his job at Young and Rubicum Advertising?
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