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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. According to Carr, who called the police after Karen's death?
(a) Her stepmother.
(b) Her father.
(c) Her best friend.
(d) Her doctor.
2. What does the person conducting the autopsy on Karen notice about her uterus?
(a) It shows signs of multiple pregnancies.
(b) Part of it has been removed.
(c) It is not as large as it should be if she had been pregnant.
(d) It has an unusual shape.
3. The police sergeant allows John Berry in to see Dr. Lee after he mistakenly thinks what?
(a) Berry is a private investigator.
(b) Berry wants Lee imprisoned.
(c) Berry is Lee's supervisor.
(d) Berry is Lee's attorney.
4. The last time that William Randall saw Karen, she had talked Uncle Peter into doing what?
(a) Taking her to the museum.
(b) Lending her his car.
(c) Taking her to the movies.
(d) Lending her fifty dollars.
5. What adjective does William Randall use to describe Karen Randall?
6. In talking to Karen's roommate, John learns that Karen had claimed what?
(a) She had believed someone wanted her dead.
(b) She had come from a poor family.
(c) She had had abortions before entering college.
(d) She had never slept with anyone.
7. Alan Zenner explains to John that Karen had claimed she was pregnant and was scared about having an abortion, but he _________.
(a) Did not believe her.
(b) Did not like her.
(c) Did not have time to comfort her.
(d) Did not care.
8. When John contacts the pharmacy to learn more about Karen's prescription, he learns that she was taking what?
(b) A placebo.
(c) Blood pressure medicine.
(d) Pain relief medication.
9. Why does John Berry say that Frank Conway's theatrics are tolerated?
(a) The other doctors fear him.
(b) He has suffered a terrible tragedy.
(c) His mortality rate is very low.
(d) He is married to the hospital's president.
10. As Jack Hendricks prepares to do an autopsy on Karen Randall, who arrives and performs the procedure instead?
(a) Leland Weston, chief pathologist.
(b) Arthur Klein, forensics expert.
(c) Janice Altwater, head of staff.
(d) Lewis Carr, clinical professor.
11. The person conducting Karen's autopsy determines that the source of her bleeding was what?
(a) An abdominal stab wound.
(b) A hole in her uterus.
(c) A hole in her stomach.
(d) A head wound sustained in a fall.
12. William Randall tells John Berry that at dinner, the family had teased Karen a bit about what?
(a) Dating a guy she had previously dumped.
(b) Putting on a few extra pounds.
(c) Getting a grade of C in P.E.
(d) Spending all her money and needing more.
13. How does Roger Whiting respond when John Berry asks him if he plans to settle in Boston?
(a) "I was."
(b) "Are you joking?"
14. As the person conducting Karen's autopsy examines her lungs, what becomes evident?
(a) An undetected tumor had been growing.
(b) She had had a bout with pneumonia.
(c) Her body had reacted to something.
(d) She had been a heavy smoker.
15. What does John want Jim Murphy to do?
(a) Run a background check on Art.
(b) Test Karen's blood.
(c) Review Karen's case.
(d) Analyze Karen's DNA.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Karen's roommate agree to answer John's questions?
2. When John goes looking for Karen's chart, he learns that it is in the possession of whom?
3. When was the last time William Randall had seen Karen alive?
4. Why is John surprised when he learns that J.D. Randall is in the operating room performing open-heart surgery?
5. Peter Randall explains to John that he had ordered head X-rays for Karen because she had been complaining of what?
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