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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. How often did Mr. Runciter want the adds for the prudence organizations to run on TV?
(a) Every hour.
(b) Every forty-five minutes.
(c) Every two hours.
(d) Every half hour.
2. Where does Joe sarcastically say Mr. Runciter is?
(a) In the Cayman Islands.
(b) In Hawaii.
(c) On a beach in Tampa, Florida.
(d) On Luna on vacation.
3. Who was it that Joe was infatuated with?
(a) Wendi Wright.
(b) Wendy Wright.
(c) Wendy Right.
(d) Wendi Right.
4. What did Mr. Runciter own that was world renowned?
(a) A political freedom organization.
(b) An anti-spy organization.
(c) An anti-PSI organization.
(d) A social networking organization.
5. How much did the fridge charge Joe?
(a) Ten cents.
(c) Fifteen cents.
(d) Five cents.
Short Answer Questions
1. How many minutes did Joe ask for when he realized a woman was there?
2. What kind of wallet did Von Vogelsang produce?
3. What does the manager of the Moratorium's name mean?
4. Who remembered the manager's name of the Beloved Brethren Moratorium?
5. Where is Mr. Runciter's dead wife located?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is a common experience among half-lifers?
2. What things did Joe feel were an improvement when they had regressed?
3. Why is there speculation that the prudence organization could be a racket?
4. What did Runciter notice when he looked at the money?
5. What is Runciter trying to do according to A?
6. What message was scrawled on the wall of the men's bathroom? How did Al interpret this?
7. What was Joe's impression of the Mortuary?
8. Why couldn't Pat have given Joe the money before he tested her?
9. What different views do the people of the time frame that Joe has found himself in hold that are contrary to the ones Joe and his coworkers hold?
10. What is the reason to fear the telepaths, according to the anti-PSI agency?
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