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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 does the survey taker note about one of the more recent victims?
(a) She had been tortured.
(b) She was tied to a cross.
(c) Her blood was drained.
(d) Her head was removed.
2. What is Johnny searching for in Squee's bathroom?
(c) Hydrogen peroxide.
3. Why does Johnny panic and leave the room the first time he is with Devi?
(a) He is afraid he will lose control and kill her.
(b) He is afraid she will find out who he really is.
(c) He can't deal with his emotions.
(d) He is afraid she will kill him.
4. Which of these is NOT a reason Johnny cites for killing someone in the cafe?
(a) They're wearing expensive boots.
(b) They tried to trip him once.
(c) They laughed at him once.
(d) They are too submissive when people make fun of them.
5. What word causes Johnny to go on a rampage in a fast-food restaurant?
Short Answer Questions
1. What nickname does Johnny use when introducing himself?
2. What does Nail Bunny tell Johnny about the dough boys, in Part 3?
3. What is the subject of the public service announcement in Part 3?
4. What does Johnny decide to do, after his conversation at the beginning of Part 3?
5. The survey taker informs Johnny that some believe what about the killer?
Short Essay Questions
1. Who is the main character, and what does he do?
2. What does Happy Noodle Boy do, at the end of Part 3?
3. What does the survey taker question Johnny about?
4. What does Johnny do to help Squee, in Part 3?
5. What comments does Johnny make, in Part 2, regarding his victims' last moments?
6. What happens to Happy Noodle Boy, in Part 2?
7. Who is Devi, and what brings her and Johnny together?
8. How does Johnny feel about his victims?
9. What discussion does Johnny have at the beginning of Part 3?
10. Why does Johnny want to harm the first captive in Part 2?
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