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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 game is typically played at Glancys?
2. What excuse is Sammy given for being denied admittance into Quinns Bar?
(a) The bar is over capacity.
(b) He is too old for their current promotion.
(c) Helen has taken out a restraining order.
(d) He is not dressed properly.
3. How does Sammy respond to the knock on the door, late at night?
(a) He shoots at the door.
(b) He shakes with fear.
(c) He gets a gun.
(d) He calls the police.
4. Peter suggests Sammy should hide out where?
(a) An old house.
(b) In the basement.
(d) Peter's house.
5. What does Tam have in his house that could get him into trouble?
(a) Bags of money.
(b) An unregistered gun.
(d) Stolen goods.
Short Answer Questions
1. In the waiting room on Monday morning, what is Sammy warned about before meeting with the doctor?
2. At Glancys, what does Sammy ask Tam about?
3. Why does Sammy go to Quinns Bar prior to Glancys?
4. After the visit with the Monday morning doctor, what does Sammy believe about his lack of sight?
5. Why does Sammy go to the grocery store in the rain?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is Sammy angry at himself for getting upset with the bouncers at Quinns?
2. How does Sammy react to the solicitation at the doctor's office, and why?
3. Why is Peter suspicious of Ally?
4. Sammy tells the police he was drinking heavily over the weekend due to what?
5. When Sammy awakens to a knock in the middle of the night, what is he afraid of?
6. Why does Sammy decide to visit Quinns before going to Glancys?
7. At his Monday morning doctor's visit, how does Sammy express his anger to the doctor?
8. How do Sammy's friends treat him at Glancys?
9. During his Monday morning appointment, how does the doctor treat Sammy and his case?
10. In the waiting room at the doctor's office, Sammy is solicited for what purpose?
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