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One of the things the attendees loved about the 2007 Summer Courses was the online testihg system. They took quizzes every weekend for six weeks (this year's courses will be 4 weeks) to help them review the material from the week's lectures.

They would sign on and take their tests online at home, work, or wherever they were at anytime during the weekend. The weekly quizzes were usually either 5 or 10 questions, multiple choice, and limited to 15 or 20 minutes only. Just enough to keep students on their toes.

Here is an exclusive look at the first ten questions a student encountered when taking the Aqīdah final exam last year (the test was 60 questions)... (®=correct answer, [x]=student's answer)

1. People who say that "the issue of the Quran and whether it is created or not is a minor issue"
[o] are somewhat correct since many Muslims over-emphasize this issue and make a big deal out of it
[x]® should be admonished that this is an important issue of creed that many great scholars were killed and tortured over so that the correct position would be known
[o] have keen insight into the religion and the issues that are relevant in this day and time
[o] are correct since we have to stay united and these kinds of issues split up the Muslims

2. Muslims splitting up into different sects is
[o] recommended if it helps them gain political power
[o] waajib (obligatory)
[x]® haraam (impermissible)
[o] halaal (permissible)

3. Innovation in the Religion is
[o] allowed by qualified scholars who have evidence from the Quran and Sunnah
[o] praised in some verses of the Quran and dispraised in others
[o] always acceptable so long as the intention behind it is pure
[x]® never allowed and always blameworthy

4. MUNKAR and NAKEER are
[x]® the names of two angels who question the dead person in his grave
[o] kinds of drinking vessels at the hawdh (pool)
[o] two places that the people will go through when they are gathered on the Day of Judgment
[o] two evil events that will happen before the Hereafter

5. The "Great Intercession" (ash-shafaa-ah al-kubraa), also called "the Praiseworthy Station" (al-maqaam al-mahmood) is
[o] a reference to when the Prophet (ṣallallāhu alayhe wa sallam) will intercede for the people of Paradise, for the doors to be opened for them, and for them to enter the Paradise
[o] is a kind of intercession accepted from any Muslim, he will interecede for his family members and get them out of the Fire
[x]® one of the ways that the Prophet (ṣallallāhu alayhe wa sallam) will intercede of the Day of Judgment
[o] a reference for the Prophets intercession (ṣallallāhu alayhe wa sallam) for Abū Taalib

6. A ḥadīth that contains a strong and comprehensive refutation of the Murji-ah would be:
[o] "Actions are but by their intentions..."
[o] the ḥadīth prohibiting the hasaat (pebble) transaction
[x]® the ḥadīth of the 60-some or 70-some branches of īmān (faith)
[o] the ḥadīth of Bareerah

7. Following the opinion of an established math-hab when it contradicts an authentic ḥadīth is
[x]® not allowed for anyone who has knowledge of that ḥadīth
[o] is generally permissible, and it is how we honor our great scholars and respect their knowledge
[o] is recommended for new Muslims living in the West
[o] allowed for students of knowledge who have studied the principles of that math-hab

8. Saying that the Quran is the word of Jibreel, or the word of Muhammad (may Allaah raise his rank and grant him peace) is
[x]® is permissible if one means that they are the ones conveying the word of Allaah, and that the speech originated from Allaah alone
[o] a statement of disbelief
[o] not a statement of disbelief, but absolutely haraam (not allowed), since the Quran is the word of Allaah
[o] is permissible if one truly believes that either Jibreel or Muhammad invented the Quran

9. The two wazeers (deputies) mentioned in the 15th verse of the poem are
[x]® Abū Bakr and Umar
[o] Abū Hurayrah and Ibn Abbās
[o] Ḥasan and Husayn
[o] Umar and Uthmān

10. The 7th line of the poem which means, "And He was not born, nor is He a father; and nothing is like Him, exalted be him who is glorified" is based on which part of the Quran?
[o] Sūrah al-Bayyinah (verses 3-4)
[o] Sūrah al-Faatihah (verses 1-3)
[x]® Sūrah al-Ikhlaas (verses 1-4)
[o] Sūrah Maryam (verses 21-22)
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13 years 3 months ago #214 by moosaa.richardson
Replied by moosaa.richardson on topic Re:Exclusive Look at the 2007 'Aqīdah Course Exam
Now, al-hamdulillaah, the whole 60-question final exam is available:

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