68 pages 2 hours read

Stephen R. Covey

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People

Nonfiction | Book | Adult | Published in 1989

A modern alternative to SparkNotes and CliffsNotes, SuperSummary offers high-quality Study Guides with detailed chapter summaries and analysis of major themes, characters, and more. For select classroom titles, we also provide Teaching Guides with discussion and quiz questions to prompt student engagement.

Exam Answer Key

Multiple Choice

1. C (Chapter 5)

2. D (Chapter 9)

3. A (Chapter 1)

4. D (Chapter 3)

5. B (Chapter 2)

6. C (Chapter 10)

7. A (Chapter 4)

8. D (Chapter 11)

9. A (Chapter 8)

10. C (Chapter 6)

11. B (Chapter 7)

12. D (Chapter 1)

13. A (Chapter 3)

14. C (Chapter 2)

15. B (Chapter 5)

Long Answer

1. The author says that other writers place too much emphasis on modifying external behavior. This equates to the Personality Ethic instead of the Character Ethic that he endorses. (Chapter 1)

2. Covey is restating his initial premise that all meaningful change happens from the inside out. He is also emphasizing that this change is an ongoing process that can be extended to all areas of one’s life, because people are a work in progress. (Chapter 11)