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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. Who does Banning marry before leaving for the Philippines?
2. What is Anne-Marie's husband's name?
3. Where is McCoy going to meet his date for lunch in New York City?
(a) Blues Cafe.
(b) Underground Tavern.
(c) Foster Park.
(d) Grand Central Oyster Bar.
4. What does Stecker refuse and prefer to do himself?
(a) A driver and driving.
(b) A cook and cooking.
(c) A maid and housekeeping.
(d) A writer and writing.
5. How does McCoy spend his Thanksgiving break?
(a) Buying groceries.
(b) Typing messages.
(c) Answering phone calls.
(d) Sanding decks.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where does Pick leave a notice about a party in their hotel suite in New York City?
2. Who says that the Chief of Intelligence is quite impressed with McCoy?
3. What does McCoy get from sanding the decks?
4. In the last week of the training course, what is the focus of the Platoon Leader course?
5. Where does McCoy plan on buying his officer uniform in New York?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does Stecker want to help McCoy on the base?
2. How does Elly celebrate Stecker's promotion?
3. When McCoy reports for his first assignment as courier, what is he shocked to discover?
4. How does Pick reveal his independence in his rebellion against the General and his father's interference in his military assignment?
5. Why is McCoy disturbed to learn that Sage comes from a wealthy family?
6. How is Pick different from other Marines in his upbringing?
7. Why is Pick upset with Intelligence regarding McCoy's reassignment and moving?
8. When McCoy visits his family, who does he meet and why do they think he is successful?
9. When McCoy is told he cannot have his car on base, how does Stecker help him out?
10. How does McCoy learn that his friend Pick is the heir to a hotel and shipping fortune when they go to New York?
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