When I was growing up in Quebec, most final exams (other than in English) were multiple choice (or multiple guesses, as we knew them) when you wrote a high school-leaving exam. I never liked multiple choice, but I was always fond of fill-in-the-blank tests because they gave you much more leeway to be more creative in your responses.
With this in mind, I give you a simple list of a few fill-in-the-blank questions that effectively can for a Financial Aptitude Test.
If you wish to be part of this test, put your answers in the Comments section below:
- Don’t do stupid things with your money and ____________________.
- The most ridiculous thing Canadians do with their money is _________________.
- I am going to miss the penny because ______________________.
- Stupid people and their money are __________________.
- If you have $30 cash and you owe $20 to your friend, you have _____________.
Just a fun set of questions.
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