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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is essentially easier and more exhilarating than fear?
2. According to Ms. Roosevelt, what does meeting and overcoming an impossible situation teach people?
(a) they will always come out ahead
(b) they might sometimes fail
(c) they can live through anything
(d) they are judged by their actions
3. What does Ms. Roosevelt say is more important than experience, especially in children?
(a) a good heart
(b) an open mind
4. What does Eleanor do in order to attend the play in which she is forbidden to see?
(a) she becomes an actress
(b) she lies
(c) she convinces her guardians to let her go
(d) she steals
5. How does Eleanor Roosevelt diminish her fear of the dark?
(a) She retrieves medicine for her aunt in the dark
(b) She retrieves a blanket for her aunt in the dark
(c) She retrieves ice for her aunt in the dark
(d) She retrieves food for her aunt in the dark
6. What condition is the worst stumbling block for most people?
7. What does Eleanor Roosevelt believe one should set one's values in life on?
(a) things that will placate the needs of children
(b) things that are satisfying to one's marriage or family
(c) things that will placate the needs of others
(d) things that are satisfying to the individual
8. What is Eleanor Roosevelt's philosophy about how different things work for different people?
(a) Everyone can succeed
(b) Everyone is an individual
(c) Everyone is cut from the same cloth
(d) Everyone deserves a second chance
9. According to Eleanor Roosevelt, what is the most obvious form of readjustment?
(a) readjustment for aging
(b) readjustment for adolescence
(c) readjustment for learning a new skill
(d) readjustment for reaching a goal
10. According to Eleanor's teacher, what must children do with the information they learn?
(a) they must never forget it
(b) they must use it as a building block
(c) the must relate to it
(d) they must immerse themselves in it
11. What do many people fear in regards to the world at large?
(a) the dangers of the world and civilization
(b) the instability of the world
(c) the end of the world
(d) the uncertainty of the world and its future
12. How does Eleanor Roosevelt overcome her fear of nearly everything as a timid child?
(a) through self-discipline
(b) through self-esteem
(c) through self-preservation
(d) through self-efficacy
13. What does a parent's interests and array of different friends do for children?
(a) broadens their horizons
(b) challenges them to be their best
(c) broadens their sense of self
(d) makes them feel safe
14. What does a mature person take and evaluate in order to better themselves?
15. What does Eleanor Roosevelt say is necessary to accept if one is to obtain self-knowledge?
(a) one's own individuality
(b) one's own anger
(c) one's own pride
(d) one's own limitations
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Eleanor Roosevelt consider essential to keeping people feeling alive?
2. What is the first piece of advice Eleanor Roosevelt has on how to use time wisely?
3. What does Miss Hickok lose?
4. How do unhappy people treat their time?
5. What must parents be free of in order to raise their children free of fear?
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