Anger Management

~ Exam ~

Klimes Institute now provides real-time grading and a real-time certificate for this online course.  To take the test, click on the button corresponding to the correct answer for each question.  When you're done, click on the "Grade Test" button.

You will be asked to login (if you are a returning customer) or register (if you are a new customer) and pay $21.00 for the processing of your test and certificate. You will be given your test results instantly and you will be able to print out your certificate immediately from your browser.

You must correctly answer 9 of 12 questions. If needed, you may retake the exam. Please complete the evaluation form that will appear on your screen after passing the exam.

Your test will be graded online right away, and upon passing you will be able to immediately print out your certificate.  We would appreciate it if you could take a few minutes to complete the evaluation form that will appear on your screen after passing the exam.

Occasionally computers fail. Thus you may wish to print the exam, mark the answers on the printed copy, then transfer those answers to the computer when you're ready to submit the exam for scoring. Once the exam is completed successfully, you will no longer be able to access this course (unless you pay for the course again).

This test has 12 questions.

All questions must be answered before the test can be graded.

Already taken the test? Click here to login and retrieve your answers.


1. Anger is a ____.

  a. feeling

  b. action

  c. behavior

  d. thought


2. In anger situations, the main problem is usually the ___.

  a. provoker

  b. offender

  c. offended

  d. uncontrolled anger


3. The highest level of anger is ___.

  a. shouting

  b. violence

  c. inner anger

  d. crying


4. A good way to study your anger is with a ____.

  a. test

  b. quiz

  c. hostility log

  d. hostility analysis


5. The causes of anger are mainly ___.

  a. external

  b. internal

  c. situational

  d. imaginary


6. A way to avoid anger is___.

  a. time out

  b. eating right

  c. thinking clearly

  d. all 3


7. What makes anger most troublesome is the ___.

  a. source

  b. target

  c. duration

  d. provoker


8. Some positive tools are _____________.

  a. distractions

  b. assertiveness

  c. listening

  d. all 3


9. You can raise your anger tolerance level by ___.

  a. giving some slack

  b. ignoring it

  c. fighting it

  d. sharing it


10. Some hostile situations may be ___.

  a. laughed off

  b. prayed away

  c. mediated

  d. all 3


11. Good anger management results in ___.

  a. victory over others

  b. inner peace

  c. apologies

  d. self-control


12. Anger is ___.

  a. always harming

  b. always helpful

  c. sometimes helpful

  d. never helpful