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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 does Dorotea bring to the table in the way of a revised logo, supposedly done by Heinzi in Frankfurt the night before?
(a) An early version of the Michelin man.
(b) A clown theme.
(c) A cave man theme.
(d) An artful display.
2. What does Cayce's mother send her?
(a) A photo of her father.
(b) An address that she can reach him at.
(c) His new telephone number.
(d) Several partial transcripts they are unable to decipher.
3. What question does Bigend surprise Cayce by asking while they are having a drink in Clerkenwell?
(a) He asks what she thinks of the footage kiss.
(b) He asks her where Damien is.
(c) He asks her if she likes Dorotea.
(d) He asks her formally if she wants to date.
4. What is missing in the footage so far?
(a) Subject matter.
5. What does Bigend want Cayce to find?
(a) His runaway accountant.
(b) The author of online postings called the 'footage'.
(c) His unfaithful wife.
(d) His long lost daughter.
Short Answer Questions
1. What do Parkaboy and Musashi create?
2. Who does Voytek take Cayce to meet?
3. Why do they create this?
4. Where does Bigend want Cayce to come for a job?
5. What does Cayce call this particular city?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is a 'cool hunter'?
2. What is surprising to Cayce as she flies first class to Tokyo?
3. In what ways does Cayce take full advantage of Blue Ant's offer to provide her with anything she needs?
4. How does Cayce get from the airport to her hotel and why?
5. What does Parkaboy's email to Cayce reveal?
6. Who calls as she is discussing Footage with Parkaboy, and why?
7. Why is Cayce hypersensitive about going back to her room?
8. What two tasks does Hubertus Bigend hire Cayce for?
9. Why is Cayce uncomfortable when she is in the apartment of Boone's ex?
10. What does Cayce have an insurmountable aversion to?
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