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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. With what is Rachel content?
(a) Her books and medical practise.
(b) Living a simple life among the Indians and God.
(c) Her practise and her radio.
(d) Knowing she can leave if necessary.
2. What does Neva find on her desk?
(a) A large envelope addressed to Rachel.
(b) A large envelope addressed to Nate.
(d) Two envelopes; one addressed to her and one to Nate.
3. What does Rachel explain to Nate?
(a) Why she became a doctor.
(b) How she becomes accepted in the tribe.
(c) Why she did not marry.
(d) How she changed her name and becomes a missionary.
4. For whom does Nate search after he leaves the hospital?
5. What does Rex inherit from his father, Troy?
(a) His ability to be a peacemaker.
(b) Troy's mathematical abilities.
(c) His eyes and nose.
(d) His aggressiveness.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Nate notice about the paint in the hospital?
2. Where does Rachel live?
3. Which of Nate's children refuses to see him?
4. What do all the lawyers sign?
5. Where is Nate settling in nicely?
Short Essay Questions
1. What did Neva tell Nate about the last time she spoke with Rachel? What did Nate believe about Rachel and what did he find odd?
2. What did Rachel tell Nate when she returned to the village?
3. What did Nate want to do to get away following the Phelan heir depositions? Why does he want to do it? How well does he think it will work?
4. Why did Josh want to speak to Nate and why was it impossible?
5. How did Nate score the first point in the dispositions?
6. What did the lawyers fighting the will do about the sanity examination?
7. Why did Josh meet with Judge Wycliff and what did he tell him? What was the Judge's response?
8. What was Nate doing at the cottage?
9. What did working five days on the Phelan will in the city prove to Nate's satisfaction?
10. What news does Welly bring to Valdir and what does he do about it?
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