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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. At the end of Cusk's training in Chapter 27, how does Cusk respond to the training?
(a) He wants to become a trainer.
(b) He starts to dislike it.
(c) He does not understand it.
(d) He seems to understand it.
2. In Chapter 22, why does David say he grew up knowing some tax laws?
(a) His mother worked for the IRS.
(b) He did not grow up knowing tax laws.
(c) His family was audited twice.
(d) His father was an accountant.
3. In Chapter 24, what does David note about the van that picks him up?
(a) It was a new model.
(b) It had bullet proof windows.
(c) It was all black.
(d) It was a tax seizure.
4. What does David see Stecyk do at the end of Chapter 24?
(a) Sleeping on the floor.
(b) Stealing money from a vault.
(c) Trying to conform another worker.
(d) Beating someone in his office.
5. In Chapter 23, what is the primary feelings the narrator tries to convey?
Short Answer Questions
1. What IRS hiring event takes place in Chapter 27?
2. In Chapter 22, who does David blame his parents' divorce on?
3. In Chapter 26, how many phantoms are discussed?
4. In Chapter 30, how does Sylvanshine describe Lehrl's future office?
5. In Chapter 22, why does David say he switched colleges often?
Short Essay Questions
1. In Chapter 22, what details does David give to explain his parents' divorce?
2. How does David describe the van ride after he is hired by the IRS?
3. How does David's father's arm get stuck in the train?
4. Why does Sylvanshine talk to Reynolds over the phone in Chapter 30?
5. How do IRS workers know of the phantoms?
6. What is Chapter 25 about?
7. In Chapter 33, how does Lane Dean Jr. perform his work?
8. In Chapter 27, why is the word "profitable" not used officially?
9. In Chapter 22, what reason does David give for going to the IRS for a job?
10. What are IRS phantoms?
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