A lot of people got question 1 partially wrong:

1. Which statement(s) is(are) true? Ohm's Law:
• a. Asserts that the current in a conducting wire is proportional to the resistance of the wire
• b. Is a general law of nature like Newton's Laws and Coulomb's Laws
• c. Describes the electrical properties of some conducting materials
• d. All of the above are correct
• e. Two of the above are correct

The only correct answer is (c). In particular, many people wrote down Ohm's law (V=IR) but incorrectly concluded that this implies that current is proportional to resistance. In fact, rearranging we get V/I = R which means that current is inversely proportional to resistance. Given that this seems like a mistaken interpretation of "proportional" I am giving credit for answer (e), and extra credit for answer (c). But, note that answer (e) is in fact wrong.

The answer to question 2 is: two identical resistors have a larger net resistance if they are connected in series, than if they are connected in parallel (answer a)

The answer to the third question is answer b, electromotive force (measured in volts); current is measured in Amps (coulombs/s) and resistance in ohms.