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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the suspect demand which ends the interview at the station?
2. Who returns to town and meets with Alex?
3. Who does Alex see outside the building and want to avoid giving an interview?
4. Alex accepts what kind of a ride with a reporter?
5. What does Alex recognize when she sees what her friend shows her?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe David.
2. What do Mike and Mercer do to help Alex deal with Jed's infidelity?
3. What happens when Alex goes to the police station for the rapist investigation?
4. How does Alex reveal her character in court?
5. Describe the photograph that Alex recognizes.
6. What are the two clues that Mike shares with Alex about Jed?
7. Why does Alex jump into Ellen's car?
8. How does David prove that Cordelia is a fraud?
9. Describe Alex's interaction with Jed in the car.
10. Describe Harold.
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Ellen and Isabella are two intriguing characters.
Part 1) What is their relationship? How do they co-exist and how do they interact? What is similar about them and what is different?
Part 2) What are some events upon which Ellen had a direct influence? What are some events upon which Isabella had a direct influence?
Part 3) Which character offers support to the group? Which one is stronger and why?
Essay Topic 2
Who feels betrayed in Final Jeopardy and in what ways? Who suffers as a result of this betrayal? What emotions are evoked by betrayal? Take a closer look at the different people involved and the roles they play.
Essay Topic 3
Both Alex and Mike are important characters.
Part 1) Compare Alex to Mike. How are these two characters similar and how are they different?
Part 2) What psychological purpose or insight does Alex offer? Elaborate on this.
Part 3) Alex offers to examine the past of the murder suspects. What is implied in this decision and how does it reveal that the murder motive is connected to the past of the murderer and not the present circumstances alone?
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