Monkey Business: Swinging Through the Wall Street Jungle Test | Final Test - Easy

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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. After both men left the company, how did they feel about themselves and their lives?
(a) Ten years older, abused, and used.
(b) Rejected.
(c) Matured and satisfied with life.
(d) Happy.

2. Who gives the final command to print the prospectus?
(a) The managing director.
(b) The associate.
(c) The client.
(d) The president of the company.

3. How are the workers of the copy center treated?
(a) The associates treat them like dirt.
(b) Like kings and queens.
(c) Not very well.
(d)

4. What are other outlandish gifts that an associate might give a copy center worker?
(a) Chocolates on Valentines Day.
(b) Dinner at their apartment.
(c) Beer on St Patty's.
(d) Lap dances at a strip club.

5. At DLJ, what was the holiday party considered to be?
(a) Most important social event of the year.
(b) An event that significant others could also attend.
(c) Associates could choose if they wanted to attend or not.
(d) Not that much fun.

6. In The Merry-Go-Round, how many hours were usually left between the completion of edits of the pitch book until the presentation of the book?
(a) 1 hour.
(b) 12 hours.
(c) 20 hours.
(d) 5 hours.

7. Who were the majority of the people in the word processing department?
(a) Dancers.
(b) Musicians.
(c) Artists.
(d) Artists, dancers, and musicians.

8. What happened to the older bankers?
(a) They die alone.
(b) They were unmarried, lecherous, and perverted.
(c) They make less money.
(d) They try to leave for the non-sector.

9. How did Rolfe and Troob maintain a good relationship with the copy center?
(a) Visiting the workers on off hours.
(b) Pizza, beer, and food on late night shifts.
(c) Inviting the workers to happy hour.
(d) Taking them for joy rides in company cars.

10. So long as he was in the banking business, what would Troob not have?
(a) A chance to look for a new job.
(b) Opportunities for professional growth.
(c) The ability to experience New York.
(d) No life with his new wife.

11. How many sections were in a prospectus?
(a) Ten sections.
(b) Twenty sections.
(c) Thirteen sections.
(d) Three sections.

12. What did group dinner sessions become?
(a) Not fun occasions.
(b) A party.
(c) A way to relax.
(d) Group therapy.

13. What does the associate do with their down time while waiting on the prospectus?
(a) Goes to sleep.
(b) Twiddles his thumbs.
(c) Eat, drink, and relax.
(d) Do their taxes.

14. What is the copy center responsible for?
(a) All pitch books, billings, inserts for the entire company.
(b) Proposal printing.
(c) Prospectus printing.
(d) Handouts for meetings.

15. What do Troob and Rolfe suggest that business school failed to teach the graduates?
(a) That they would be spending a lot of time in a copy center.
(b) How to work with other people.
(c) How to bribe people.
(d) How to compromise.

Short Answer Questions

1. On business trips for DLJ, what was Rolfe forced to do?

2. How did associates learn that they should treat the copy center well?

3. What was always well received by workers at the copy center?

4. How could DLJ find out about competitors' bonuses?

5. Getting on the bad side of the copy center was ___________.

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