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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does the Professor explain the narrator's memory of the dam and the king's coronation?
(a) It was an artificial memory the narrator made up.
(b) It was an artificial memory the Professor made up.
(c) It was a real memory coming back from his core consciousness.
(d) It was the shadow of a memory from before the shuffle.
2. What does the narrator say he uses his car for in Chapter 7?
(a) Short outings.
(b) Long drives.
3. What kind of tree did the girl see outside her window while in the hospital?
(a) A cypress tree.
(b) A camphor tree.
(c) An ash tree.
(d) An olive tree.
4. What does the chubby girl say her grandfather claims will happen if the narrator doesn't get up at the beginning of Chapter 17?
(a) The world is going to be obliterated.
(b) The world is going to end.
(c) The world is going to be terminated.
(d) The world is going to be destroyed.
5. The skull from which the narrator is supposed to read the first dream in Chapter 6 is from what animal?
(a) A horse.
(b) A unicorn.
(c) A bear.
(d) An INKling.
6. What does the chubby girl say her grandfather can do for the narrator in regards to his wound?
(a) He can stop the bleeding.
(b) He can turn back time to before the time of the wound.
(c) He can close the wound.
(d) He can cancel the awareness of pain.
7. How does the Professor explain the fact that the narrator was the only test subject that didn't die.
(a) He was the only one whose emotional powers were strong enough.
(b) He seemed to be dividing his time between two identities in the first place.
(c) He was the only Calcutec independent enough from the System.
(d) He was the only one who dealt with his elephant factory consciously.
8. What is the first thing the Professor asks for on seeing his granddaughter and the narrator at the beginning of Chapter 25?
(b) An INKling repellant device.
(c) A telephone.
(d) Something to drink.
9. Why does the shadow say he needed the map sooner?
(a) He can't get over the Wall during the winter.
(b) He is losing his desire to escape.
(c) He will be too weak to carry out his plan for escape.
(d) The Gatekeeper has become suspicious of him.
10. What does the Professor say will happen in regards to the narrator's three cognitive circuits?
(a) The first two circuits are going to burn out.
(b) The circuits have arranged themselves in a never-ending loop.
(c) The program the Professor wrote will kill the second circuit.
(d) The narrator will end up stuck in circuit three with no hope of return.
11. What does the narrator count while in the elevator at the beginning of Chapter 1?
(a) The buttons on the elevator control panel.
(b) The notes in the song he's whistling.
(c) The holes in the ceiling.
(d) The coins in his pocket.
12. What does the Gatekeeper tell the narrator about the Power Station?
(a) The Power Station is extremely dangerous.
(b) He might find a musical instrument there.
(c) The Power Station no longer works.
(d) The Caretaker of the Power Station won't see Townspeople.
13. Where does the Librarian live?
(a) In the Industrial Quarter.
(b) Beside the Clock Tower.
(c) In the Worker's Quarter.
(d) Beside the Old Bridge.
14. What did the Gatekeeper say he was when showing the narrator his arsenal at the end of Chapter 2?
(a) A blacksmith.
(b) A soldier.
(c) A hunter.
(d) A criminal.
15. What does the narrator use to call up the End of the World?
(a) A spoken-word pattern.
(b) A sound-cue pattern.
(c) An eye-shifting pattern.
(d) A program-reversal pattern.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does the Librarian feel about the Pool?
2. What does the old man say the future will be in Chapter 5?
3. What creatures do the girl and the narrator meet underground?
4. What does the narrator say may be the signal to put physical pain out of mind?
5. What does the narrator make of the librarian's appetite at the beginning of Chapter 9?
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