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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In answering how to immerse oneself in a project, the author suggests that what a smart individual will do is to act as if he will be offered a bonus of how much?
2. What law does Collier cite that in order for mental hunger to be manifested, it must have ideals presented to the mind's eye?
(a) The Law of Power.
(b) The Law of Ambition.
(c) The Law of Attainment.
(d) The Law of Desires.
3. The General Rule is constituted of how many steps?
4. What law states that in order for mental hunger to be manifested it must have ideals presented to the mind's eye?
(a) Touchstone of Positivity.
(b) Law of Ambition.
(c) The Law of Improvement.
(d) Master Formula of Attainment.
5. According to the author, without confident expectation that life will continue, there can be no expectation of achieving one's what?
(a) Future Desire.
(b) Life Desire.
(c) Insistent Desire.
(d) Ultimate Desire.
6. Who was just a poor peasant girl and yet she was able to save the entire country of France?
(a) Marguerite Duras.
(b) Joan of Arc.
(c) Madame de Stael.
(d) Marie Antoinette.
7. According to Collier, training and education are not the roads to success but the ability to use what?
(a) The subconscious mind.
(b) Creative Imagination.
(d) The tools at one's disposal.
8. According to Collier, Constructive Imagination is the quality found in the _____ of the human species desiring to survive.
(c) Most optimistic.
9. Who said "Imagination is more important than knowledge"?
(a) John D. Rockefeller.
(b) Henry Ford.
(c) Albert Einstein.
(d) Sir Isaac Newton.
10. In what field of business did the author of Part V, Chapter 16 succeed?
11. What is the branch of mathematics concerned with analysis of random phenomena?
(a) Phenominal algebra.
(b) Probability theory.
12. The General Rule first asks the individual to develop a clear idea of his what?
(a) Definite Purpose.
(b) Great Desire.
(c) Ultimate Goal.
(d) Future Life.
13. The author of Part V, Chapter 15 recounts his experience in the garden of whom?
(a) Leonardo Da Vinci.
(b) Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
(c) The President of the United States.
(d) The Queen of England.
14. What refers to survivors in the struggle for existence, the only desires that remain after careful reflection of all desires in one's life?
(a) Conscious Desires.
(b) Lasting Desires.
(c) Dominant Desires.
(d) Enduring Desires.
15. The third rule of the Master Formula of Attainment is that "You may have anything you want, provided that you" what?
(a) Think about it.
(b) Persistently determine to obtain it.
(c) Confidently expect to attain it.
(d) Know exactly what you want.
Short Answer Questions
1. What refers to a spiritual movement which developed in the United States during the late 19th century and emphasizes metaphysical beliefs concerning the effects of positive thinking, the law of attraction, healing, life force, creative visualization, and personal power?
2. According to Coller, the Law of the Universe is the Law of what?
3. According to Collier, true wealth is not in money but in what?
4. What is the way of evaluating the positivity of one's mental state by asking the question, will this tend to make me better, stronger, and more efficient?
5. In Part III, Chapter 8, Collier compares the energies and resources within man to the abundant law of what?
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