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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. According to Ahmed Farahnakian, who spoiled Iran's recovery plan?
(c) Saudi Arabia.
2. Why was T. Sean Collins in Long Island during the Panic?
(a) To drive a high roller to San Francisco.
(b) To guard a high roller.
(c) To fly a private jet to Paris.
(d) To cover the outbreak for a local newspaper.
3. To where was Bob Archer transferred?
(a) Area 51.
(b) Buenos Aires.
4. To where did Breckinridge Scott escape to live in solitude?
5. Why does smuggling become popular in the early stages of the outbreak?
(a) The infected were smuggled into countries by enemies as a form of biological warfare.
(b) A cure was created, but was only given to the military, so volunteers attempted to get it to civilians through smuggling.
(c) During the outbreak, alcohol was banned and had to be smuggled into the United States.
(d) Rich clients traveled to other countries in search of a cure.
6. What is the likely explanation given for reanimated bodies with no bite marks?
(a) Blood transfusions.
(b) Illegal organ transplants.
(c) Women who were pregnant when they became infected, passing it to their babies.
(d) The wounds healed before the infection showed symptoms.
7. How was Redeker's plan initially received?
(a) It was altered and implemented.
(b) It was rejected.
(c) It was accepted.
(d) It was welcomed with a standing ovation.
8. Who sacrifices himself to allow Mary Jo Miller to escape?
(a) Her son.
(b) Her boss.
(c) Her minister.
(d) Her husband.
9. Who carries Sharon to the parking lot from the church?
(a) A stranger with big, soft arms.
(b) The minister's wife.
(c) Ashley's mother.
(d) Her mother.
10. What was one diagnosis for the outbreak early on?
(a) An extreme form of skin cancer.
(d) Celiac Disease.
11. According to Ahmed Farahnakian, how did Iran retaliate when their recovery plan was spoiled?
(a) They bombed the country that was sending in refugees.
(b) They adapted their recovery plan to include the country that initially spoiled it.
(c) They bombed a bridge.
(d) They declared war against the country that spoiled their recovery plan.
12. In what town is the outbreak believed to have originated?
(a) Manitoba, Canada.
(b) Zeeland, The Netherlands.
(c) New Dachang, China.
(d) Hope, New Mexico.
13. How did Mary Jo Miller respond to her children developing fears before the outbreak?
(a) By medicating them.
(b) By educating them.
(c) By ignoring them.
(d) By singing to them.
14. How was the twelve-year-old boy infected?
(a) He was bitten while hunting.
(b) He ate infected meat.
(c) He was born infected, but the illness remained dormant for twelve years.
(d) He was bitten while fishing.
15. Where is Mary Jo Miller during her first encounter with the infected?
(a) Her home.
(b) On the street.
(c) At work.
(d) The grocery store.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why is Paul Redeker a good choice for coming up with solutions to world problems?
2. What position did Grover Carlson once hold in Washington, D.C.?
3. Where did the narrator interview Xolelwa Azania?
4. According to Todd Wainio, where were the soldiers placed?
5. What happens to the infected when weather turns from cold to warm?
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