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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. Where does David say he lived after he was hired by the IRS?
(a) Temporary government housing.
(b) His mother's house.
(c) A friend's apartment.
(d) A luxury hotel.
2. Why does David feel confused in Chapter 27?
(a) He thinks he is overqualified for his training.
(b) He doesn't understand his training.
(c) He gets lost in the hallway.
(d) He is sitting in the wrong room.
3. In Chapter 22, who does David blame his parents' divorce on?
(a) His father.
(b) No one.
(c) His mother.
4. How does Lane Dean Jr. feel about his work in Chapter 33?
(a) He is bored with it.
(b) He is content with it.
(c) He is very happy with it.
(d) He is overloaded with it.
5. At the end of Cusk's training in Chapter 27, how does Cusk respond to the training?
(a) He starts to dislike it.
(b) He does not understand it.
(c) He wants to become a trainer.
(d) He seems to understand it.
Short Answer Questions
1. In Chapter 27, where does most of the REC revenue come from?
2. In Chapter 28, what does the narrator assume all IRS agents want?
3. What does the narrator say Cusk is avoiding in Chapter 27?
4. In Chapter 31, what do the people wait for?
5. What does Chapter 25 describe?
Short Essay Questions
1. In Chapter 27, what reason is given for possibly not conducting an audit?
2. Why doesn't David exit the van in Chapter 24 with the other people?
3. In Chapter 27, why is the word "profitable" not used officially?
4. In Chapter 33, how does Lane Dean Jr. perform his work?
5. In Chapter 22, what details does David give to explain his parents' divorce?
6. In Chapter 22, what reason does David give for going to the IRS for a job?
7. In Chapter 22, why does David take a long time getting to the train?
8. How do IRS workers know of the phantoms?
9. What is Chapter 25 about?
10. What concerns Lane Dean Jr. most about the work he does in Chapter 33?
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