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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. According to Ms. Roosevelt, what must people acquire the ability to do?
(a) cope with disaster
(b) raise children who are independent
(c) adjust through old age
(d) learn new skills in adulthood
2. What does Eleanor Roosevelt believe about defining the role of a mature person?
(a) it is different for every individual
(b) it is nebulous
(c) it is always in need of revision
(d) it is always definite and unchanging
3. What kind of fears do more harm?
(a) reasonable fears
(b) imaginary fears
(c) unresolved fears
(d) irrational fears
4. What do the people want to learn from Eleanor Roosevelt?
(a) The people want to learn what it is like to be political and diplomatic
(b) The people want to learn how to be Presidential
(c) The people want to learn what Eleanor Roosevelt has learned in her own lifetime.
(d) The people want to learn how to life a bold life
5. What is retirement, according to Eleanor Roosevelt?
(a) a waste of good health
(b) a waste of resources
(c) a time to do what one finally wants to do
(d) a time to excel to ones potential
Short Answer Questions
1. What does "You Learn By Living" ultimately provide for the reader?
2. What is overcoming one's fears considered, if looked at it positively?
3. What historical people does Eleanor Roosevelt compare the modern world to in regards to describing the irrationality of fear?
4. Who was Eleanor Roosevelt?
5. From whom does Eleanor Roosevelt inherit her good will?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe what the book provides for the individual reader?
2. How does Eleanor Roosevelt view retirement?
3. What does Eleanor Roosevelt feel is the most influential factor in her life that has lead to her success?
4. What is the third tip and example that Eleanor Roosevelt gives about using time wisely?
5. in what way does Eleanor Roosevelt revise her definition of maturity?
6. According to Eleanor Roosevelt, why do women have an advantage over men?
7. Who is Miss Hickok , what happens to her, and how does she cope?
8. What happens as a result of Eleanor Roosevelt lying about going to see "Tess of the U'rbervilles"?
9. What does Eleanor Roosevelt describe as the best years of a woman's life and what is her example?
10. What does Eleanor Roosevelt offer to people to help steer them from pitfalls?
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