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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Whose screaming wakes James in the middle of the night?
2. What does James have to do in the beginning of family counseling?
(a) Disclose his addictions
(b) Agree to listen to everyone
(c) Color in his coloring book
(d) Admit his financial woes
3. On what does James write down his confession?
(a) Legal pad
(b) A notebook sheet
(c) The wall
(d) An index card
4. Who has sent James pictures of his past with this person?
(a) College girlfriend
5. Who does James get to pick him up on the morning of his departure from the clinic?
(a) Lilly's grandmother
6. Who is the newest addition to the clinic--a Catholic university administrator with an addition to crack and prostitutes?
7. Who leaves the clinic, weeping with joy?
(b) Bald Man
(c) James' parents
8. What rises within James as he sits with the glass of alcohol in front of him?
9. What was Matty Jackson's former profession before he came to the clinic?
(b) Racecar driver
10. James needs to make a written and spoken _______________ of his deeds for his final assignment.
11. What does Leonard ask James to be for him?
(a) A bookie
(b) A son
(c) A friend
(d) A partner
12. Who tells James his plan in #134 is not a good idea?
13. What is the nickname Roy has given to himself?
(a) Roy the Innocent
(b) Joe the Toolbox
(c) Rick the Slayer
(d) Jack the Man-Hammer
14. Which of James' roommates feels he is not prepared to leave the Ccinic?
15. What does James feel he has ruined for his parents?
(a) Their future
(b) Their happiness
(c) Their pride in their son
(d) Their home
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Miles feel he has done to his pregnant wife?
2. Who has been diagnosed with aggressive cancer?
3. To whom does Joanne recommend James confess?
4. Who buoys James' spirit as he gets ready to head to jail to start and to complete his sentence?
5. James thinks Leonard and ____________ are responsible for his reduced jail time.
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