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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. Where does Catherine reveal she is going to school?
(a) The University of San Diego.
(c) New York University.
(d) The University of Chicago.
2. What does Claire ask Hal to do before he leaves?
(a) She asks him to explain the proof to her.
(b) She asks him to come visit in New York.
(c) She asks him never to come back.
(d) She asks him to come visit in Chicago.
3. At the end of the scene what doesn't Robert want Catherine to do?
(a) He does not want her to stay.
(b) He does not want her to leave.
(c) He does not want her to go inside.
(d) He does not want her to go on a walk.
4. Where is Robert sitting?
(a) On the front lawn.
(b) In his study.
(c) On the porch.
(d) In the kitchen.
5. What does Hal have to give to Robert?
(a) A manila envelope containing a rough draft of his thesis.
(b) A book he borrowed back before Robert's illness.
(c) A get well soon card.
(d) An invitation to a party where his band is playing.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Robert opposed to having for dinner?
2. Why was Catherine's drawer locked?
3. Where does Robert joke that Chicago beer comes from?
4. What are the subjects of the proof?
5. Who does Hal want to speak with upon his return to the house?
Short Essay Questions
1. How do Robert's feelings differ between Catherine and Claire?
2. Why or why not does Catherine want to attend the University of Chicago?
3. What do Robert and Catherine decide to do for dinner?
4. Why has Robert decided to write on the porch?
5. What does Claire think is the problem with mathematicians in emotional situations?
6. Why has Hal come back to the house after the fight?
7. How does Catherine get Hal to leave?
8. What is Robert examining in the proof?
9. Did Hal intentionally take advantage of Catherine when they slept together?
10. Why is Robert so excited about working?
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