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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. For whom is this basis formed?
(a) Anyone who can do it successfully.
(b) Anyone who is happy.
(c) Anyone who is never angry.
(d) Anyone who is not lonely.
2. Why does Andy feel this way about being in the dark about love and sex?
(a) Some must be known about love and sex so one can protect him or herself.
(b) Knowledge kills all anticipation and excitement, which are the major attributes of making love anyway.
(c) It is better to understand love and sex so one does not get hurt.
(d) As one grows older, one can learn more about love and sex, so the knowledge does not come to them to abruptly.
3. What does Andy recall when he is shot?
(a) Seeing a bright light.
(b) Feeling a great deal of pain.
(c) Feeling that he is watching the event as opposed to experiencing it.
(d) Being afraid of his attacker.
4. Why does Andy believe it is preferable to think of nothing?
(a) It is too difficult to think about anything.
(b) No one will be offended or hurt.
(c) It is nothing that is exciting and sexy in this world.
(d) It is less stressful to think of nothing.
5. Andy also explores the concept of having what?
(a) A great deal of money.
(b) No free time.
(c) A busy schedule.
(d) Time on your hands.
6. As a teenager, Andy finds summer employment where?
(a) At a museum.
(b) At a department store.
(c) At a gallery.
(d) At an art store.
7. Are Andy's movies purely about sex?
8. How does this concept come to Andy?
(a) He wastes his time every day.
(b) His friends often do as they wish.
(c) Businessmen are good at using their time wisely.
(d) He witnesses a funeral in Japan where all the mourners are reveling instead of weeping.
9. In Andy's case, what does he believe that he is lacking?
(a) Good role models.
(b) The tools to grow up.
(c) A reason to grow up.
(d) Some chemical that physically blocks further maturity and keeps him locked in a perpetual state of being a Mama's Boy.
10. Andy believes that the events that happen in people's lives are more like what?
(a) Watching TV than the shows presented on television.
(b) Watching a play.
(c) Fiction than reality.
(d) The action in his life.
11. What are these things that are beautiful to him?
(a) A pair of comfortable shoes, his own bedroom, and US Customs upon re-entering the United States after a trip.
(b) Super models, athletes, and dancers.
(c) Scientists, mathematicians, and doctors.
(d) Flowers, animals, and organic products.
12. Why should this plan be put into effect for both permanent and short term beauty shortcomings?
(a) So that others will know what to expect.
(b) So others will know what topics of conversation to avoid.
(c) So that one will be transparent.
(d) So that a person always feels in control of his or her attractiveness.
13. Andy also believes that a person can make a conscious choice to do what, regarding his time?
(a) He can make their time more efficient.
(b) He can do what he wants with his time.
(c) He can spend it happy or sad.
(d) He can waste time.
14. As an "energy-loser" Andy refrains as much as possible from what?
(a) Talking to strangers.
(c) Working hard.
(d) Making friends.
15. What is Taxi's main focus each day?
(a) Getting her art work completed.
(b) Getting and hoarding the drugs she will need to support her addictions.
(c) Paying her bills.
(d) Finding places to exhibit her art.
Short Answer Questions
1. Andy also admits to being what kind of a snob?
2. Andy admits to an affair with what?
3. With what does Taxi struggle?
4. What does Andy say about Taxi's hygiene habits?
5. Andy believes that during this time people forget about what?
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