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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. Dr. Levine was a former student of __________________.
(a) Dr. Hochberg's.
(b) Dr. McCabe's.
(c) Dr. Ferguson's.
(d) Dr. Gordon's.
2. Why does Laura get angry with her father?
(a) He has frozen her credit cards.
(b) He won't buy her a new car.
(c) He has not given his blessing for her to get married.
(d) He has been smoking again.
3. What does Laura want Ferguson to do after they return from Vienna?
(a) Go into private practice.
(b) Join a better club.
(c) Study law.
(d) Buy a big house.
4. What type of project are Dr. Hochberg and Dr. Ferguson working on?
5. What is the name of Dr. Ferguson's fiancee?
(a) Laura Hinton.
(b) Laura Hudson.
(c) Linda Huron.
(d) Lisa Hudson.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Barbara do when Ferguson speaks sharply to her?
2. What is the setting for Act 1, Scene 1?
3. What does Cunningham threaten to do to Ferguson?
4. What does Laura know about Hochberg regarding his interns?
5. What was Levine's father's motto?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe the scenario where Ferguson saves Dorothy in spite of Cunningham.
2. What is the scope of the many distractions doctors face which pull them away from their work?
3. How does the author establish Ferguson's character in Act 1, Scene 3?
4. How is Laura's behavior in Act 3 so out of character for her?
5. What is the symbolism of Laura's grabbing Ferguson's arm, making him unsterile?
6. What is the setting of Act 3?
7. What can now be inferred about what happened between Barbara and Ferguson after the end of Act 1?
8. Describe the situation where Barbara has trouble with Dr. Cunningham regarding an insulin injection.
9. Why has Ferguson decided to go into private practice instead of studying with Hochberg?
10. How does the author show what could happen to Ferguson by revealing Levine's situation?
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