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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. In her vision, where does Kayla see herself?
(a) In a crowd of people headed for a large city.
(b) On top of a bare mountain near the coast.
(c) In an art gallery in Paris.
(d) In the desert.
2. Why does Kayla take the job there?
(a) She loves the products they sell.
(b) Environmental issues are really important to her.
(c) It is the only place that will hire her without a tattoo.
(d) She will get a discount.
3. Where do Amber and Kayla agree to meet?
(a) The police station.
(b) The mall.
(c) The library.
(d) Global-1 offices.
4. What does Kayla want to buy for Amber's birthday?
(a) A new movie.
(b) A music chip.
(c) A sitting for a video.
(d) A meal chip.
5. What does Kayla refrain from doing when Mfumbe asks her something?
(a) Lying to him.
(b) Confiding in him.
(c) Talking sarcastically to him.
(d) Fleeing from him.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Gene think of the tattoos?
2. How is the killing justified?
3. What law does the government pass?
4. What does Kayla suggest are related?
5. What do Young's opponents say about those who are opposed to bar code tattoos?
Short Essay Questions
1. What petition does Mfumbe ask Kayla and Amber to sign?
2. What does Kayla ask the guidance counselor concerning his tattoo? What is his reply?
3. What are Amber's parents fighting about when Kayla arrives at their house?
4. What does the doctor at the hospital say he must do to Kayla?
5. Where do Amber's parents decide to move? Why does Amber have to go with them?
6. Where does Zekeal take Kayla after they have been to the Lobo2MeClub?
7. What does Allyson say about insurance companies and genetic coding?
8. What does Kayla read about Louden Waters?
9. What is happening when Kayla arrives home from the mall?
10. What happens to babies whose genetic code indicates a possible future health problem?
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