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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does this concept come to Andy?
(a) He wastes his time every day.
(b) He witnesses a funeral in Japan where all the mourners are reveling instead of weeping.
(c) His friends often do as they wish.
(d) Businessmen are good at using their time wisely.
2. What nightmare does Andy have?
(a) It is about his family.
(b) It is about his art work.
(c) It is about his involvement in a charity.
(d) It is about New York City.
3. Why does Andy have a special fascination with these people?
(a) He wants to learn from them.
(b) They are so strong.
(c) They are so different from him.
(d) They are able to balance the pressure of creating a successful show all the while seeming to just be engaged in conversation with several famous people.
4. Why does Andy agree with this woman about her opinion of herself?
(a) The woman faces the world with a beautiful, confident demeanor.
(b) The woman has a beautiful face, so she is partially beautiful.
(c) The woman wants to lose weight to be beautiful.
(d) The woman is not what others would call beautiful.
5. Why does Andy find his first television set fascinating?
(a) It is the most technologically-advanced appliance he owns.
(b) People on the TV can share their problems with him, making Andy more immune to the problems of his real life acquaintances.
(c) There are shows on at all hours of the day.
(d) He no longer has to entertain himself.
6. Whose hands does Andy study?
(a) His own.
(b) A waiter's.
(c) His girlfriend's.
(d) His neighbor's.
7. Why is popular culture in America a great equalizer in Andy's opinion?
(a) It is necessary in life.
(b) The same products are available to poor people that are available to rich people.
(c) The same products can be made by him.
(d) The same products can be found at multiple locations.
8. Why does he find this to be the hardest part?
(a) He likes to have close family and friends nearby.
(b) He is nervous around strangers.
(c) He does not like to write.
(d) These people come to the interview with preconceived ideas of what they are going to publicize about Andy before even speaking with him.
9. When does Andy believe that people should be informed about love and sex?
(a) Age forty.
(b) Age ten.
(c) Age thirty.
(d) Age twenty.
10. Andy applies this philosophy to everything but what?
(a) Earning money and becoming famous.
(b) Buying a pet and making art.
(c) Making art and buying food.
(d) Buying a pet and buying food.
11. Why does Andy believe people act like babies longer than before?
(a) Their parents do not know how to raise them.
(b) There are more options and personal decisions in life.
(c) The hormones in food keep people in an infant state.
(d) People are living longer.
12. What does Andy believe about love?
(a) It does not exist.
(b) It is all anyone needs in life.
(c) It is what he obsesses over.
(d) It is too complicated and involves more work than most people are willing or able to commit to.
13. What else does Taxi hoard?
(a) Old brassieres.
(b) Andy's work.
14. Is being overweight a hindrance to beauty to Andy's way of thinking?
15. Andy and B then discuss the viability of Andy becoming what one day?
(a) A famous artist.
(b) President of the United States.
(c) A father.
(d) A college professor.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Andy believe this is a good age to learn about love and sex?
2. As an "energy-loser" Andy refrains as much as possible from what?
3. What would Andy's fear prevent him from ever being able to do?
4. When does Andy realize his true marriage to media?
5. Toward whom does Andy gravitate more?
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