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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. How old is Joe?
2. Who does Joe run into in the newsroom?
3. Who does he plan to visit?
4. What does Lisa do in front of Joe?
5. Where does Joe stop on his way to the cemetery?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Joe try to verify Rose?
2. Why does Joe experience these things despite not having been on the flight itself?
3. What did Dewey give Joe on his way in, and how is it relevant?
4. What is searching behavior and who is it common to?
5. What things draw his attention on the streets of the San Fernando Valley and why?
6. What does Joe question as he walks down the beach, and what do the robed men and women make him wonder?
7. What does Joe find when he arrives at the Delmann house on the anniversary of the crash of Flight 353?
8. What is it about Dewey's greeting to Joe that embarrasses them both and exemplifies why Joe has avoided all of his old friends and colleagues?
9. What do the two young men who approach him and ask him if he is holding bring to his attention?
10. What do Joe and Beth talk about when he calls her in the early morning hours?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
How does CCY-21-21 first exhibit signs that she is more than just an ordinary young girl with above average intelligence? What prompts the first action on her behalf? What tasks is she asked to perform to confirm her abilities? During the execution of these tasks, what other special gift comes to light? What happens when Rose finally allows CCY-21-21 to share that gift with her as well? What does Rose do as a result and why?
Essay Topic 2
What kind of tasks is SSW-89-58 asked to perform on behalf of his handlers, his doctors and the government? What do they call these special missions? Why are they given that name? What are the five rewards given to SSW-89-58 for performing as he is directed to? What are the five punishments that can be doled out should the subject refuse to participate as directed, or stray from within the parameters of his instructions? What is the most fearsome trait that this subject is revealing?
Essay Topic 3
What is Barbara's position with the NTSB? What does she learn that places her life and the lives her extended family in jeopardy? What finally causes her to leave her job behind? What event assures her that she is powerless against those who want to affect the outcome of the investigation into Flight 353? What does she do to convince them that they have won?
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