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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Mime's concern?
2. Who is the founder of GeneDyne?
3. Who does Carson see in the barn?
4. What does Singer want Guy to do?
5. Brent asks that money be given anonymously to a family. Why?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Levine convince Mime to help him break into GeneDyne's computer system?
2. What does Gil Teece do when he arrives?
3. How does Brent feel about Rodney?
4. What background about Levine and Scopes does Singer share with Carson?
5. What is the protocol that is followed when a breach of this kind occurs?
6. What does Carson learn from Rosalind about his attempts to fix X-FLU? How does Rosalind's attitude come back to haunt her?
7. What is Rosalind's behavior like when she is scratched? How does that affect Roger?
8. What is significant about the satellite photos that Dr. Levine shows his lecture audience?
9. What is Singer's response to the formal complaint filed by Rosalind against Guy?
10. What frustrates Levine when he is met by reporters at the Ritz Carlton?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
What are the details of the lawsuit filed against Dr. Levine by GeneDyne? How does Levine believe the lawsuit is linked to his patent with Brent Scopes? What is the issue that surrounds the current renewal that is pending? Why is it unlikely that the two former friends will be unable to come to an agreement regarding the patents renewal?
Essay Topic 2
What position does Gil Teece hold and what event heralded his arrival at Mount Dragon? What kind of an investigation did he run? How did he use his mannerisms to elicit information and confirmation of facts? What were his misgivings and what processes occur that he objects to? Why are his misgivings a cause for concern for the staff and management?
Essay Topic 3
What resources does Brent Scopes avail himself of to discredit Levine when he is bringing the events of Rosalind's death to light? How does Brent use these resources to undermine the credibility of Levine so that he is not taken as seriously? What effect does this counter attack have on Levine? How does this counter attack resemble the methods used by political sides seeking to gain advantage in the polls or over opponents?
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