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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 Allyson say about genetic coding and health care providers?
(a) The providers could use genetic coding as a basis for denying insurance.
(b) She does not mention genetic coding in her talk.
(c) The providers could plan ahead financially if they knew the types of illnesses the people they insure might have.
(d) The providers could use coding to determine fee schedules.
2. What did Kayla see next door on the night the person whose death was reported in the newspaper was killed?
(a) A search of the deceased's house.
(b) A fight between a husband and wife.
(c) A fight between a boy and his parents.
(d) A party at the neighbor's house.
3. Why is Kayla unlikely to qualify for a scholarship?
(a) Her parents have too much money.
(b) Her art classes are not varied enough.
(c) Her classes were not advanced.
(d) Her grades in computer class are too low.
4. What happens if the hospital determines a child may have a future problem?
(a) They send the child for rehabilitation.
(b) They give the parents the option of letting their child die.
(c) They work to change the genes of the child.
(d) They actively or passively kill the child..
5. What does Kayla do in the stairwell after she leaves the counselor's office?
(b) Smokes a cigarette.
(c) Calls her mother.
(d) Throws her books.
Short Answer Questions
1. How is the killing justified?
2. What happens just when Kayla is about to accept being tattooed?
3. What does Ashley tell Kayla to do?
4. What does Kayla want to buy for Amber's birthday?
5. Against what does Senator David Young speak?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Kayla do after leaving the guidance counselor's office? Who shows concern for her?
2. What does Kayla read about Louden Waters?
3. What vision does Kayla have when she is cleaning the blood stains from the bathtub?
4. What is the proposal Senator David Young opposes? What do those who support the proposal say about Young's opposition?
5. What does Kayla learn from her counselor about the possibility of her attending art school?
6. What is happening when Kayla arrives home from the mall?
7. What are Amber's parents fighting about when Kayla arrives at their house?
8. What is Kayla reluctant to reveal about her tardiness to a meeting?
9. Which club is Kayla trying to find? Who takes her there?
10. What does Kayla watch happen next door on the evening of her seventeenth birthday?
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