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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. Why did Randy enjoy being an uncle?
(a) He could spoil his nieces and nephews.
(b) He could pretend he was a father figure.
(c) He could teach his nieces and nephews.
(d) He could live vicariously through his nieces and nephews.
2. What did Randy say he could do for his children without being alive?
(a) Make sure they knew he loved them.
(b) Tell them where to turn for help.
(c) Give them their true worth.
(d) Solve their problems.
3. What kind of lottery did Randy say he won?
(a) The Parent Lottery.
(b) The Education Lottery.
(c) The Children's Lottery.
(d) The Wife Lottery.
4. Why didn't Randy's wife want him to do the lecture?
(a) She didn't want others to know of his illness.
(b) She wanted him to spend time with her.
(c) She didn't want the children to know.
(d) She didn't want him overworked.
5. What did Randy turn to as a child to learn things?
(a) His teachers.
(b) An encyclopedia.
(c) The computer.
(d) His parents.
Short Answer Questions
1. What did Randy's sister do to his lunch box?
2. Why did Randy miss his wife's birthday?
3. What was the name of Randy's lecture?
4. How did Randy describe his wife when he first met her?
5. How did Randy's coach say to get self-esteem?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who was Randy's pretend hero as a child and why?
2. Why didn't Randy's wife want him to give the lecture?
3. How did Randy become the coolest kid at the carnival himself?
4. How did Randy meet his childhood pretend hero, and what did he do for Randy?
5. How did Randy spend the day of his lecture?
6. What made Randy's wedding day less romantic than it could have been?
7. What did Randy's parents buy every year? What did this cause Randy to desire?
8. How did Randy choose the clothes for his lecture?
9. How did Randy get out of a speeding ticket?
10. What did Randy give away at his lecture? Why?
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