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MONDRIAAN AURA COLLEGE-SHS

Personal Development
Final Examination
NAME:
STRAND:

I. MULTIPLE CHOICE. Write the letter of the correct answer on the space provided before each paragraph. Refrain from having erasures.

__________1. Stress can be considered either positive (____) or negative (_____).


A. DISTRESS, EUSTRESS __________8. It refers to anything that induces a stress response. It may be physical,
B. EUSTRESS, DISTRESS mental, emotional, social, psychological, economic, or even spiritual in nature.
C. EUSTRESS, DYSTRESS A. STRESS
D. DYSTRESS, EUSTRESS B. STRESSFUL
__________2. This means making use of all the personal resources – talents, skills, C. STRESSOR
energy and time, to enable you to achieve life goals. D. STRESSED
A. PERSONAL UTILITY __________9. This refers to your awareness of yourself.
B. PERSONAL EFFECTIVENESS A. SELF-ESTEEM
C. PERSONAL EFFICIENCY B. SELF-IMAGE
D. PERSONAL AFFECTIVENESS C. SELF-CONFIDENCE
__________3. This is the process by which activities are started, directed, and D. SELF-CONCEPT
continued so that physical or psychological needs or wants are met. __________10. These are drives that are learned through experience or conditioning.
A. NEED A. EXTRINSIC MOTIVATION
B. DEPRIVATION B. PRIMARY DRIVES
C. MOTIVATION C. INTRINSIC MOTIVATION
D. WANT D. ACQUIRED DRIVES
__________4. It is a requirement of some material that is essential for survival of the __________11. The ___ is who we actually are. The ___ is how we want to be.
organism. A. SELF-CONCEPT, IDEAL SELF
A. NEED B. IDEAL SELF, REAL SELF
B. DEPRIVATION C. REAL SELF, SELF-CONCEPT
C. MOTIVATION D. REAL SELF, IDEAL SELF
D. WANT __________12. An action is morally right if it conforms to the rules of the society and
__________5. This covers the growth of the body and the brain, motor and sensory wrong if it does not.
skills, and even physical health. A. PRECONVENTIONAL
A. PSYCHOSOCIAL DEVELOPMENT B. CONVENTIONAL
B. PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT C. POSTCONVENTIONAL
C. COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT D. PERICONVENTIONAL
D. MENTAL DEVELOPMENT __________13. Morality is determined by the experiences and judgment of the
__________6. On the second stage, children believe that anything that moves is person, even if that judgment disagrees with society’s rules.
alive, a quality called ___. A. PRECONVENTIONAL
A. ANIMA B. CONVENTIONAL
B. IMAGINATION C. POSTCONVENTIONAL
C. ATHEISM D. PERICONVENTIONAL
D. ANIMISM __________14. In this stage, children finally become capable of conservation and
__________7. A person performs an action because it leads to an outcome that is reversible thinking.
separate from the person. A. SENSORY MOTOR STAGE
A. EXTRINSIC MOTIVATION B. PREOPERATIONAL STAGE
B. PRIMARY MOTIVATION C. CONCRETE OPERATION STAGE
C. INTRINSIC MOTIVATION D. FORMAL OPERATION STAGE
D. SECONDARY MOTIVATION
__________15. People high in this need would want to have influence over others __________23. The process in which students systematically direct their thoughts,
and make an impact on them. They want their ideas to be the ones that are used, feelings, and actions towards the attainment of their academic goals.
regardless of whether or not their ideas will lead to success. A. METACOGNITION
A. NEED FOR SUCCESS B. SELF-REGULATED LEARNING
B. NEED FOR ACHIEVEMENT C. SELF-MOTIVATION
C. NEED FOR AFFILIATION D. SELF-LOVE
D. NEED FOR POWER __________24. This allows students to learn to think and look for solutions when
__________16. The ability to understand that altering the appearance of something faced with adversities.
does not change its amount, its volume, or its mass is called _____. A. PROBLEM SOLVING
A. ANIMISM B. PLANNING
B. CENTRATION C. SELF-EVALUATION
C. EGOCENTRISM D. SELF-REGULATION
D. CONSERVATION __________25. This increases self-awareness that leads to the better understanding
__________17. Focusing only on one feature of some object rather than taking all of one’s own emotions, strengths, and weaknesses.
features into consideration is called A. PROBLEM SOLVING
A. ANIMISM B. PLANNING
B. CENTRATION C. SELF-EVALUATION
C. EGOCENTRISM D. SELF-REGULATION
D. CONSERVATION __________26. When intimacy and passion are combined, the result is the more
__________18. This involves a strong desire to succeed in attaining goals, not only familiar:
realistic ones but also challenging ones. A. CONSUMMATE LOVE
B. PASSIONATE LOVE
A. NEED FOR SUCCESS C. COMPANIONATE LOVE
B. NEED FOR ACHIEVEMENT D. STUPID LOVE
C. NEED FOR AFFILIATION __________27. This is the ideal form of love that many people see as the ultimate
D. NEED FOR POWER goal. This is also the kind of love that may evolve into companionate love when the
__________19. ____ tasks demand a somewhat “high–moderate” level for optimal passion lessens during the middle years of a relationship’s commitment.
performance, whereas ____ tasks require a “low–moderate” level. A. CONSUMMATE LOVE
A. EASY, MODERATE B. PASSIONATE LOVE
B. MODERATE, DIFFICULT C. COMPANIONATE LOVE
C. DIFFICULT, MODERATE D. STUPID LOVE
D. EASY, DIFFICULT __________28. These are socially desirable behaviors that benefit others rather than
__________20. This includes our social interactions with other people, our emotions, bring them harm.
attitudes, self-identity, personality, beliefs, and values. A. ANTISOCIAL BEHAVIORS
A. PSYCHOSOCIAL DEVELOPMENT B. PROSOCIAL BEHAVIORS
B. PHYSICAL DEVELOPMENT C. ASOCIAL BEHAVIORS
C. COGNITIVE DEVELOPMENT D. PRESOCIAL BEHAVIORS
D. MENTAL DEVELOPMENT __________29. This occurs when one person verbally or physically hurts or tries to
__________21. Children first try to understand new things in terms of schemes they destroy another person; often the result of frustration.
already possess, a process called _____. The process of altering or adjusting old A. DEPRESSION
schemes to fit new information and experiences is _____. B. ATTENTION
A. ACCOMMODATION, ASSUMPTION C. FRUSTRATION
B. ASSUMPTION, ACCOMMODATION D. ANGER
C. ACCOMMODATION, ASSIMILATION __________30. This refers to the emotional and sexual arousal a person feels toward
D. ASSIMILATION, ACCOMMODATION the other person.
__________22. Piaget believed that children form mental concepts or ______ as they A. INTIMACY
experience new situations and events. B. PASSION
A. IMAGES C. COMMITMENT
B. SCHEMAS D. ROMANCE
C. IMAGINATION
D. SCHEMATA
II. ENUMERATION/ESSAY

The rules of attraction (enumerate only)

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Why do people become aggressive?

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What is altruism? (2PTS)

“NEVER GIVE UP ON A DREAM JUST BECAUSE OF THE TIME IT WILL TAKE TO ACCOMPLISH IT. THE TIME WILL PASS
ANYWAY.” –EARL NIGHTINGALE

Prepared and Screened by:


Christelle Mae S. Gangcuangco, RPm.