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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. Who has been Phyllis' regular visitor?
(b) Mr. Hall
(c) Mr. Sanchetti
(d) Mr. Johnson
2. Who does not believe that Nirdlinger committed suicide?
3. Walter thinks Phyllis will be all right if ___________________________.
(a) Keyes can't find any more dirt on her
(b) Lola doesn't squeal on her
(c) She sticks to her story
(d) She remains in love with him
4. What does the answer to #100 want to know?
(a) Why Walter loaned money to Lola's boyfriend
(b) If Walter has ever been to Palo Alto
(c) The details of Nirdlinger's insurance policy
(d) Where Walter was last night
5. What does Walter do the following morning?
(a) Goes back to sleep until noon
(b) Calls in sick
(c) Checks the paper for news of Nirdlinger's death
(d) Has a leisurely breakfast
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Walter have to meet with when he gets to the office?
2. What happens when Phyllis files her claim for payment?
3. What does Walter say is the only reason he has confessed to Nirdlinger's murder?
4. Who visits Walter at his office a week later?
5. Walter thinks that he has been made a ___________ by Phyllis.
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Phyllis do after the insurance company denies liability for the accident claim?
2. How does Lola react when Walter advises her about not testifying about Phyllis?
3. What realization does Walter come to when he sees Phyllis on board?
4. What are the preliminary investigative results about the case?
5. What are the terms of the deal that Keyes presents to Walter?
6. Why does Walter's secretary, Nettie, call him at home that morning?
7. What does Lola tell Walter about Sachetti that makes him suspicious?
8. How does Walter's wish to marry Lola show his suspended state of reality?
9. What suspicious information does Lola give to Walter?
10. What is Keyes' position on the accident?
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