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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. Once at her destination, where does Rocio stay every summer?
(a) At the home of her mother's relatives.
(b) At the home of her father's relatives.
(c) At Camp Karankawa.
(d) At Camp Green Hill.
2. Who is Joseph Pappas?
(a) One of Rocio's professors.
(b) Rocio's uncle.
(c) The postman.
(d) A young man whom Rocio admires.
3. Which of the following is Rocio able to see upon her return to her work site?
(a) Theft being committed by her former co-workers.
(b) Some of her former co-workers spending a lot of time on personal telephone calls.
(c) Medical care from the patient's viewpoint.
(d) Her former co-workers' gross negligence in keeping supplies in order.
4. Which of the following positions best describes the job that Rocio accepts?
(a) Church office assistant.
(b) Banana split specialist.
(c) Food worker.
(d) Library assistant.
5. Which of the following does Rocio become upon her return to her former work site?
(a) Disinterested in books.
(b) A much sought-after possible rehire.
(c) The most popular patient.
(d) An unwelcomed guest.
Short Answer Questions
1. Which of the following is the classification of Rocio's boyfriend at the university?
2. What state is the residence of Rocio's new acquaintance, Diana?
3. As an adolescent, what type of values does Rocio believe define a person?
4. Which of the following is Rocio in charge of maintaining while on the job?
5. Which of the following causes Rocio to return to her job after it ends?
Short Essay Questions
1. According to the narrative in the Shooting Stars section of the book, aside from beauty and proximity in age, is there yet another contributing factor that inspires Rocio to want to be like Josie's best friend, Barbara?
2. According to the narrative in the Shooting Stars section of the book, is Rocio more impressed with Josie Marquez's wealth; or the beauty enhancements that she apparently applies to herself?
3. What clues are included in the narrative of the Space is a Solid section of the book, that indicate that Rocio may not really be interested in a long-term relationship with Loudon?
4. Based on the narrative of the Space is a Solid section of the book, can you describe some of Rocio's young drama class students?
5. According to the narrative in The Last of the Menu Girls section of the book, how does Rocio, while working at the hospital, witness a two-part act of discrimination hurled at an illegal Mexican by a pair of "legal" Hispanics?
6. Based on the narrative in the Shooting Stars section of the book, what mental and emotional exercises that she experiences through her association with Eloisa does Rocio repeat with Diana?
7. According to the narrative in the Shooting Stars section of the book, what activities does Eloisa engage in that shatter Rocio's illusory image of her?
8. Based on the narrative of the Shooting Stars section of the book, what may be contributing factors in leading Rocio to think that the only way for her to be able to attain happiness in her life is to adjust her life to be like that of either Eloisa, Diana, Josie, or Barbara?
9. According to the Shooting Stars section of the book, is there a single factor that contributes toward Rocio being able to gain a positive outlook on herself, her worthiness, and an apparent realization that she will not need to adjust her life to be like that of Eloisa's, Diana's, Josie's, or Barbara's in order to attain happiness?
10. Based on the narrative in the Shooting Stars section of the book, what significant role if any, does age play in Rocio's interest in Josie?
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