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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 is the narrator standing?
(a) On the edge of a wide, deep Sierra Nevada valley
(b) On the edge of a wide, deep Himalayan valley
(c) On the edge of a wide, deep valley near Mount Fuji.
(d) On the edge of a wide, deep Appalachian valley.
2. What does the narrator tell the person he encounters?
(a) A joke Maya tells the narrator.
(b) A lie in order to get rid of the person.
(c) An allegory about his dream.
(d) The story of what happens to the narrator the day before.
3. With whom does Webber say he worked who the narrator knows?
4. What do Will and the narrator hear?
(a) Indians chanting.
(b) Dissonant sounds.
(d) Hawks screaming.
5. About what does Wil say he is meant to learn?
(a) The nature of love.
(b) The way through the void.
(c) The nature of existence.
(d) The way around time.
Short Answer Questions
1. What do Wil and the narrator experience?
2. What does Webber intend to do to the Experiment?
3. Who is Maya Ponder?
4. What happened to Wil the last time the narrator encountered him?
5. What is about to collapse according to Joel?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Long Eagle say about Charlene?
2. What does Long Eagle tell the narrator about the valley?
3. What does Williams see in his life review that also involves Long Eagle?
4. What does Maya say about healing?
5. What does Wil say might be the reason no one fully understands the Tenth Insight?
6. What does Long Eagle say about the valley in Chapter 1?
7. What does the narrator learn in his encounter with Joel Lipscomb?
8. What happens to the narrator as he is attempting to recall his dream vision and what does he learn about Maya?
9. What does Wil tell the narrator is the reason for him disappearing in Peru?
10. What does Webber explain to the narrator about the Experiment and his involvement?
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