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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. How does Carson respond?
(a) He runs.
(b) He tries to distract him.
(c) He panics.
(d) He initiates a chat with himself to contact Levine.
2. What does the boy confirm for Nye?
(a) That he was kidnapped.
(b) That he was shot and killed.
(c) That a wave took him under.
(d) That his mother killed him.
3. What does Susana use as a tourniquet?
(a) Her t-shirt.
(b) Guy's shirt.
(c) Guy's belt.
(d) Her belt.
4. What does Carson find and cook for them?
5. When Levine tells Guy that he and Susana should remain calm, how does he know it isn't Levine he is talking to?
(a) Carson used a password prompt.
(b) Carson hadn't revealed who he was with.
(c) Carson didn't log in the same.
(d) Carson senses a difference in tone.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does de Vaca think Dr. Burt is referring to when he exclaimed "poor Alpha"?
2. What is it that Scopes can't understand about Carson's interest?
3. What does Carson do to the rattler to make it more dangerous?
4. What is Montdragon's 'gold'?
5. How does Nye track Carson and de Vaca across the lava field?
Short Essay Questions
1. When Brent loses this time, how does he respond? How is his response similar to how Levine felt when he lost the first time?
2. What is Nye's relationship to the voice he hears, and how is this significant?
3. Mime agrees to help Levine get access to GeneDyne but refuses to do so in person. Why?
4. Brent is disappointed and confused. Why?
5. What is the reason that Brent gives a rare interview to the Boston Globe reporter?
6. In what ways does Levine underestimate Scopes?
7. How do Charles and Brent finally resolve things?
8. What does Charles try to convince Brent of and how does Brent respond?
9. What leads Levine to the conclusion that he has little left to lose?
10. What is the game that Brent and Charles play and how is it won?
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