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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. It is believed that the shipment was stolen how many months ago?
2. How long does it take for the officers to verify Ryan's credentials?
(a) 12 hours.
(b) 3 hours.
(c) 8 hours.
(d) 6 hours.
3. How long does it take for the trial to begin?
(a) 3 weeks.
(b) 7 weeks.
(c) 5 weeks.
(d) 4 weeks.
4. Where was the shipment scheduled to be delivered?
(a) El Salvador.
5. How old is the Ryan's daughter?
Short Answer Questions
1. Much to Ryan's dismay, British law currently forbids which of the following?
2. To what type of drug was Ryan formerly addicted?
3. Who is Ryan's official employer?
4. Where does the unsuccessful attacker go after the scene at the Mall?
5. What do the students tell Ryan to do the next time he is faced with a similar situation like the one faced in London?
Short Essay Questions
1. Explain the scene outside the Naval Academy and why it is of importance. Discuss how the incident is resolved.
2. Describe the opening scene in the book, including the people and locations involved.
3. What unexpected event happens at Cooley's bookshop? What is learned when the area is surveyed afterward?
4. Although the evening with the Royals is pleasant, there are underlying issues that create tension. Discuss at least one or two of the underlying issues.
5. What happens to the information gathered by the recon cameras? How does it happen?
6. Discuss the scene in which Robby takes the terrorists inside the house by surprise.
7. What tactic was used to try and thwart a terrorist attack during Miller's transfer? Where was Miller being taken?
8. What is the reaction of Kevin O'Donnell when he sees the news coverage of the Miller trial?
9. Ryan is warned not to give out any sensitive information to which person? What is Ryan's opinion of the person? What does the person think of Ryan?
10. Ryan learns that he has a guard on the door and questions to answer. Discuss the scene.
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