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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Wooden says he wanted his relationship with his players to be the same as the relationship he experienced with whom?
(a) His brothers.
(b) His wife.
(c) His teachers.
(d) His father.
2. What does Wooden want from his father?
(a) His father's inheritance.
(b) His father's intelligence.
(c) His father's Bible.
(d) His father's approval.
3. Wooden says you can't do what like someone else?
(a) Dribble a ball like someone else.
(b) Teach like someone else.
(c) Be like someone else.
(d) Think like someone else.
4. Wooden feels that strong support in a family results in what?
(a) A fun life.
(b) Kids who want to break away from their parents.
(c) Great ball players.
(d) Better-adjusted children.
5. When Wooden loses Nellie, he finds what?
(d) A new beginning.
6. Wooden believes that working toward a goal (aka, the "destination") should be what?
(a) Isn't necessary if you have mentors to guide you.
(b) The last concern of someone who wants to earn success.
(c) The first concern of someone who wants to earn success.
(d) Is a problem for a lot of people.
7. What does Wooden believe is greater than failure?
8. When Wooden discusses players who have been on his various teams, he is giving them what?
(a) A chance to write their own books now that he has given them a lead-in.
(b) Recognition for their achievements even though no one knows them.
(c) A piece of his mind, especially for those he didn't like.
(d) A chance to be part of history.
9. When Wooden decides to continue his education, it is so he could do what?
(a) Get out of his house.
(b) Learn to play an instrument.
(c) Teach students.
(d) Marry Nellie.
10. Wooden doesn't want his children to worry that they have done what?
(a) Disappoint him.
(b) Taken too much time away from coaching.
(c) Been selfish.
(d) Driven him to sadness.
11. Throughout Part 2 of "Wooden," Wooden continues to emphasize his love for whom?
(a) His wife.
(b) His team.
(c) His mother.
(d) His father.
12. What does Wooden think of people trying to achieve goals that will or could harm themselves?
(a) He thinks it's the sign of a successful player.
(b) He is against it.
(c) He feels it's a part of life.
(d) He is for it.
13. Wooden's talk about an American president suggests that Wooden has studied what subject?
14. Wooden believes that in order to be successful, you do not have to have what?
(a) Stocks and bonds.
(b) Material possessions.
(c) Lots of free time.
(d) A big family.
15. Wooden believes that if people try to be the best they can be, they will achieve what?
Short Answer Questions
1. What organization does Wooden support?
2. Wooden thinks that people should follow their what?
3. What does Wooden say most people are "whether they know it or not"?
4. What doesn't Wooden think has changed over the years?
5. Wooden believes that to achieve success, a person must have what?
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