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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What book does Fred find while looking through a books and magazine store?
(a) Kilgore Trout's book Pan-Galactic Three Day Pass.
(b) Kilgore Trout's book 2BRO2B.
(c) Kilgore Trout's book The Way Station.
(d) Kilgore Trout's book Venus on the Half Shell.
2. What does Fred see that catches his attention on the page facing the ads?
(a) A coupon for one free month of the paper.
(b) A coupon for a dating service.
(c) A coupon on which the reader may write his own ad.
(d) A coupon for housecleaning.
3. Who are the men seated across from Eliot at the fountain?
(a) Dr. Brown, Thurmond McAllister, Norman Mushari, and a stranger.
(b) Dr. Brown, Thurmond McAllister, Robert McGee, and an unknown man.
(c) HIs father, his uncle, Dr. Brown, and a stranger.
(d) The Senator, Dr. Brown, Thurmond McAllister, and an unknown man.
4. Where has Sylvia gone, according to The Investigator?
(a) To Paris to live.
(b) To a nunnery with a vow of silence.
(c) To the mountains of India to study.
(d) To a resort in Cannes.
5. Why are Fred's shins bruised and scabbed?
(a) He trips over his shoe laces on a regular basis.
(b) He trips over his son's Legos scattered around the house.
(c) He trips over his wive's small tables.
(d) He trips over door sills in his office.
6. Who is Tawny Wainwright?
(a) A young girl who works at the Kandy Kitchen.
(b) A woman who asked the Foundation for a new telephone.
(c) A young girl whose medical care the Foundation was paying.
(d) A woman who the Foundation has helped with gifts of food.
7. What reading material does Eliot choose for his bus trip to Indianapolis?
(a) Rolling Stone Magazine.
(b) Kilgore Trout's This Time It Is over.
(c) The American Investigator.
(d) Kilgore Trout's Pan-Galactic Three Day Pass.
8. As Fred is preparing to hang himself in the basement, who arrives to speak with him?
(a) Stewart Buntline.
(b) Harry Pena.
(c) Norman Mushari.
(d) Eliot Rosewater.
9. What does Fred read with interest in the section of the paper entitled "Here I Am?"
(a) Housing ads.
(b) Automobile ads.
(c) Personal ads.
(d) Employment ads.
10. How is Fred Rosewater related to Eliot?
(a) They are brothers separated at birth.
(b) They are second cousins.
(c) They are half brothers.
(d) They are first cousins.
11. What does Delbert tell Eliot he is thinking about Eliot's trip to Indianapolis?
(a) Once gone, Eliot will not remember Rosewater.
(b) Once gone, Eliot will not return.
(c) Once gone, Eliot will turn right around and come back.
(d) Once gone, Eliot will regret leaving.
12. Who is Harry Pena?
(a) An ex-insurance salesman who now owns a restaurant on a yacht.
(b) An ex-insurance salesman who is now a professional fisherman.
(c) An ex-insurance salesman who is now a lawyer.
(d) An ex-insurance salesman who is now a professional wrestler.
13. Upon getting home, why does Fred give up his first thought of suicide?
(a) He thinks about his wife getting the insurance money.
(b) He thinks about the scandal.
(c) He thinks about his son.
(d) He thinks about his father.
14. Where was Fred Rosewater while Norman Mushari was wandering around town looking for him?
(a) At the racetrack.
(b) Asleep at home on the couch.
(c) Asleep on his sailboat.
(d) Asleep at his office.
15. What does Fred do with his father's written bequest?
(a) WIthout reading it, he bruns it.
(b) Without reading it, he stores it atop a jelly cabinet.
(c) Without reading it, he mails it to Eliot.
(d) Without reading it, he puts it under his bed.
Short Answer Questions
1. While the Senator is talking with Eliot in his apartment, what occurs?
2. What does Eliot congratulate Charley on winning that Charley had actually won three years before?
3. What has Eliot purchased for his trip to Indianapolis?
4. What piece of literature had Stewart's attorney included in his last letter to him?
5. What happens between Eliot and his father in Eliot's apartment?
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