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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 kind of dealer is Kate's neighbor?
2. What is the rank of Mr. Ralph Standish at Woodshead?
(a) Janitorial advisor.
(b) Chief consultant psychologist.
(c) Director of electro-shock therapy.
(d) Head head surgeon.
3. Who does the narrator think would not like Dirk's bedroom decor?
(a) The Queen.
(c) Marie Antoinette.
(d) Louis XIV.
4. How does the boy that Dirk encounters in the attic room drink his soda?
(a) Through his nose.
(b) Standing on his head.
(c) Through a hosepipe.
(d) Through a moldy straw.
5. At what type of cafe does Dirk take up residence after buying his I Ching calculator?
(a) An Islington cafe.
(b) A Cotswold cafe.
(c) An Irish cafe.
(d) A French cafe.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is being delivered outside Dirk's house as he wakes up in the morning after the Heathrow incident?
2. What are hung on the walls of Anstey's house?
3. In what way does Toe Rag consider himself a professional?
4. What line of work is Kate's brother in in New York?
5. Who does Dirk call to get a new refrigerator?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Dirk say of the kind of day he thinks Kate has had and how does she react?
2. What does Kate think of Dirk's appearance when she confronts him after the crash?
3. What does Dirk think about the missing Miss Pearce and what is his history with her?
4. What does Kate say about her neighbor who plays double bass?
5. What does Odin's room look like at Woodshead?
6. What does Dirk think of the group of waiters when they are waiting around at the Islington cafe?
7. Describe Dirk's 'Zen' navigation method.
8. What does Dirk say of Kate's driving skills and how does he justify this observation?
9. How does Odin feel about the article he has read in the newspaper about the incident at the airport?
10. What does Sister Bailey regard Odin?
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