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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 time do visiting hours start on Sundays?
(a) 10 A.M.
(b) 4 P.M.
(c) 1 P.M.
(d) 9 A.M.
2. Why does Moore say she was not working the day Bobo came to see her?
(a) She had been laid off.
(b) She had hurt her ankle.
(c) She had quit her job.
(d) She was using a vacation day.
3. How much does Detective Williams estimate Mr. Nesbitt weighed?
(a) 250 pounds.
(b) 300 pounds.
(c) 150 pounds.
(d) 200 pounds.
4. What happened to the object Bobo gave Moore the day he came to visit her?
(a) It was confiscated by police.
(b) Moore gave it to a cousin.
(c) Bobo took it back.
(d) It broke.
5. In which prison or jail is Bobo serving time?
(b) Green Pastures.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which side of Mr. Nesbitt's body do the bullets enter?
2. Whose name does Steve write down twice on his list on Tuesday, July 14?
3. Where does Steve see Jerry on Sunday, July 12?
4. How is King's verdict communicated to the reader?
5. How does the screenplay describe the last image of Steve just after his verdict is read?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the visitors' room like?
2. What does O'Brien say about Petrocelli's bringing the crime scene photos out again just before the long weekend recess?
3. On Sunday the 12th, how does Steve see his brother Jerry?
4. What is Sunset's verdict and sentence?
5. How do Steve's parents act when they come to visit on Sunday the 12th?
6. How do readers know what Steve's verdict is, based on the screenplay?
7. What does O'Brien say she is going to do on the weekend of the 11th?
8. What does Steve realize about why there are so many fights in prison after church on Sunday, July 12?
9. Describe the type of music Steve writes in his journal on July 17th that he is going to put on the soundtrack of his film.
10. Why is Ms. Moore not at work the day King came to see her?
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