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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. Which lobby is not represented regularly in the MOD Squad lunches?
(a) Fast food.
2. In what city does Nick Naylor live?
(a) New York.
(d) Washington D.C.
3. What is Gazelle's position at the Academy?
(a) Chief Financial Officer.
(b) A lower-level spokesperson.
(c) Head of the Reasearch Division.
(d) Nick Naylor's assistant.
4. Which periodical requesting a quote from Nick Naylor in Chapter 1 annoys him?
(a) USA Today.
(b) Time Magazine.
(c) The New York Times.
(d) The Cleveland Plain-Dealer.
5. What fictional newspaper does Heather Holloway work for?
(a) Washington Moon.
(b) Washington Sentinel.
(c) Washington Dealer.
(d) Washington Courier.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which governmental agency has recently released a damning report regarding second-hand smoke at the beginning of Chapter 11?
2. How many nicotine patches are put on Nick's body in Chapter 11?
3. At the end of Chapter 4, BR asks Naylor to mention what on Oprah?
4. What type of medical condition has recently been linked to smoking in Chapter 1?
5. With what fictional newspaper does Heather Holloway have an interview coming up in Chapter 12?
Short Essay Questions
1. What fire is Bobby Jay Bliss putting out in Chapter 2?
2. How have Naylor's fortunes changed when he returns to the Academy at the beginning of Chapter 7?
3. Why does Nick survive the attempt on his life by the nico-terrorists?
4. Describe the transfixed moment Naylor experiences at the end of Chapter 3.
5. Why was Nick Naylor fired as a television reporter?
6. Why did Polly Baily join the Moderation Council?
7. How does the Academy respond to the death threat in Chapter 9?
8. Why is USA Today trying to contact Naylor in Chapter 1?
9. How is Nick taken hostage in Chapter 11?
10. How do the nico-terrorists in Chapter 11 attempt to kill Nick?
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