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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Wooden believe is necessary to properly prepare for any task?
(c) A good role model.
2. What does Wooden ensure about every player's shoes?
(a) That they have a thick sole.
(b) That they are clean at all times.
(c) That they are the correct size.
(d) That they look uniform to everyone else's shoes.
3. What two elements does Wooden say are the "mortar" keeping his physical representation of success together?
(a) Faith and talent.
(b) Hope and faith.
(c) Patience and faith.
(d) Faith and charity.
4. For Wooden, success in a game is what?
(a) Not the final score.
(b) The only goal.
(c) A money-making opportunity for a team and coach.
(d) Practically impossible to achieve.
5. Wooden believes something is not worth working toward if you are not willing to be what to it?
6. Wooden says that friendship is important even if you're not talking about being part of a what?
(b) Teaching circle.
7. Wooden says that you can have what on the lives of those you instruct?
(a) An impact.
(b) No meaningful changes.
(c) A moneymaking opportunity.
(d) Little input.
8. What does Wooden say that team players have to feel about themselves?
(a) That they've accomplished something.
(b) That they can all be teachers.
(c) That they can go on to get tons of money.
(d) That they can join the NBA.
9. Where is "competitive greatness" in Wooden's visual representation of success?
(a) At the bottom.
(b) He doesn't include this in his diagram of success.
(c) In the middle.
(d) Toward the top.
10. In Wooden's opinion, "[b]eing aware of the things that will influence your situation" is described as what?
11. How does Wooden handle his players' weaknesses?
(a) He partners them with a stronger player.
(b) He expects them to work on those weaknesses themselves.
(c) He helps them overcome them.
(d) He makes fun of them.
12. What shape does Wooden use to visually describe "success"?
(a) A pyramid.
(b) A hexagon.
(c) A box.
(d) A triangle.
13. The way Wooden treats his players is similar to the way a man treats his what?
14. Why does Wooden want his players' feet to be tough?
(a) So they can outrun the other teams.
(b) So they can handle stopping, starting, and pivoting.
(c) So they can play barefoot in the warmer months.
(d) So they can handle running drills.
15. How does Wooden describe "team spirit"?
(a) Loving the crowd's cheers.
(b) Being able to interview with reporters.
(c) Being in control.
(d) Thinking of others.
Short Answer Questions
1. Wooden's players may be seen as role models, but he doesn't want them to be thought of as what?
2. When does Wooden say he knew it was time for him to retire?
3. What happens to UCLA students who make social interactions their first priorities?
4. How does Wooden refer to his method of making sure his team is in better physical condition than their opponents?
5. How much of a person's job does Wooden believe a person should be able to do?
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