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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Nurse Ratched suggest has happened to McMurphy as he is singing in the hallway?
(a) He has been dared by the other men
(b) He is just being a pain
(c) His clothes have been stolen
(d) He is crazy
2. The majority of the men on the ward are not ________ cases.
3. Who is the narrator of this story?
(b) Nurse Ratched
(c) Chief Bromden
(d) Billy Bibbit
4. What does McMurphy do as a result of the swimming trip?
(a) Chokes Nurse Ratched
(b) Becomes even louder and more obnoxious
(c) Stops being loud and rebellious
(d) Tries to escape
5. Who joins McMurphy in the action of #46 first?
(c) Billy Bibbit
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is the president of the Patient's Council?
2. For whom did Chief Bromden's father make the decision he did in #65?
3. How were the patients being tested for TB?
4. Who is the overall winner of the card game?
5. What does the staff call McMurphy?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who is described as being alert and chipper, unlike other new admissions?
2. Harding's wife comes to visit, causing everyone to see why she upsets him so much. What is McMurphy's reaction when Harding asks McMurphy his opinion of his wife?
3. Which patients are the ones who have the highest likelihood of being cured?
4. Which patients are the ones whose brains have been altered beyond repair from shock therapy and tranquilizers?
5. While the men understand McMurphy's change in behavior, what tragic event occurs that makes the ward go back to its normal routine?
6. How will the men be punished for the rebellious behavior they exhibited during the World Series?
7. What does Harding's wife do when she comes to visit?
8. When McMurphy rants about the state of affairs in the ward, how does Billy Bibbit respond?
9. Who is the narrator of the story?
10. What changes McMurphy's mind about the way he has been acting on the ward?
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