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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. Who goes into a pawnshop with the intent of pawning off a watch and a wedding ring?
(a) An old man.
(b) A young girl.
(c) A young boy.
(d) An old woman.
2. Where does Margot go with the hope of getting an advance on her inheritance?
(a) The mission.
(b) The alchemist.
(c) The bank.
(d) The foundry.
3. Who is urinating against a wall in Manhattan that Mallory fails to notice?
(a) A man.
(b) A woman.
(c) A boy.
(d) A girl.
4. Who demands to know what Mallory was doing in Gramercy Park?
(a) Mrs. Kaplan.
(b) Mrs. Ortega.
(c) Mrs. Pickering.
(d) Mrs. McCoy.
5. Who recognizes that the watch and a wedding ring belong to Louis Markowitz?
(a) The young girl.
(b) The young boy.
(c) The old woman.
(d) The pawnbroker.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Kaplan tell that it is not necessary to sit with the dead?
2. What profile is most likely inaccurate because every case in New York is different?
3. Who realizes that she lost her keys and cannot get into her apartment in her stress about the inheritance?
4. How does Mallory appear at the crime scene in her demeanor?
5. Who asks Butler to go to Gramercy Park to pay chess with Henry Cathery?
Short Essay Questions
1. How do Kaplan and Mallory interact at the crime scene?
2. Why does Margot stab a man in the subway?
3. What does Mallory notice or fail to notice as she wanders through Manhattan on her way to meet Gaynor?
4. What does Edith reveal about showmanship and fraud?
5. How does Mallory gain access into the theater where Gaynor is?
6. Why does Margot go to the bank?
7. When Margot cannot get into her apartment, how does she reveal her desperation in her subsequent acts?
8. Why does a dog jump out the window in the prologue?
9. Why is Mallory disconcerted when she meets Edith?
10. Why is Butler's presence at poker important?
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