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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. Who stops Scales from killing Sidney?
(a) Lee and the HRT.
2. Who calls Sawyer when he returns to his office?
(a) Quentin Rowe.
(b) Jeff Fisher.
(c) Kenneth Scales.
(d) Charles Tiedman.
3. What does Lee discover about Sidney?
(a) She is broke.
(b) She is going back to work.
(c) She is sick.
(d) She is pregnant.
4. What illness did Steven Page have?
(b) Prostate cancer.
(d) Brain cancer.
5. Who follows Sidney into her parents' house?
(a) Nathan Gamble.
(b) Quentin Rowe.
(c) Kenneth Scales.
(d) Agent Jackson.
Short Answer Questions
1. After confronting Gamble, what does Sidney notice in the paper?
2. What conclusion do both Lee and Sidney arrive at?
3. Who kills Gamble?
4. How does Sidney respond to Lee Sawyer when confronted about her behavior, trip, avoidance of his men, etc?
5. Why were police at Fisher's home?
Short Essay Questions
1. How do Sawyer and Jackson manage to get a flight to Bell Harbor?
2. How does Sidney explain the anomalies that Lee throws at her?
3. How does Sidney lead Sawyer and the HRT to her location and what happens when do they arrive?
4. How does Sawyer finally resolve the issue of whether he was being confronted by one case that included Lieberman and Arthur together, or two cases where Lieberman and Arthur act independently?
5. What differences does Sawyer point out to Sidney regarding the two conversations that she had with Jason and what conclusions does he draw from them?
6. What does Sidney do after Lee stations agents outside her home to protect her?
7. What does Fisher explain to Sidney?
8. Why does Sidney tell Lee that Jason selling secrets to RTG makes no sense now?
9. What makes Sawyer realize that the entire taped meeting was likely a sham, or an act?
10. What does Sidney fail to notice when she gets to her parents' home in Maine?
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