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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. According to Maria Zhuganova, what is the Decimation?
(a) The soldiers burned ten villages to the ground to create a barrier from the infection.
(b) The general chose ten soldiers to be purposely infected with the outbreak.
(c) The soldiers were forced to kill 10% of a civilian village.
(d) The soldiers broke into groups of ten and selected a member to be stoned to death.
2. What happens to the infected when weather turns from cold to warm?
(a) They die.
(b) They freeze.
(d) They reanimate.
3. What position did Grover Carlson once hold in Washington, D.C.?
(a) Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.
(b) White House chief of staff.
(c) Newspaper editor.
4. Why does Philip Adler finally agree to follow the order he initially refuses?
(a) The order is changed so that some of the civilians are not left behind.
(b) To protect himself from charges of treason.
(c) To protect his men from charges of treason.
(d) Because he realizes it's the only way to survive.
5. How did Mary Jo Miller respond to her children developing fears before the outbreak?
(a) By ignoring them.
(b) By medicating them.
(c) By singing to them.
(d) By educating them.
6. Who are the Yanomami?
(a) The Walking Dead.
(b) The Fierce People.
(c) Those Who Are Immune.
(d) The Infected People.
7. According to Grover Carlson, why was Breckinridge Scott's vaccine pushed through the FDA?
(a) To cure the people.
(b) To calm the people.
(c) To kill the infected.
(d) To contain the illness.
8. What is the term given to the twelve-year-old boy believed to be the first human infected?
(a) The Epicenter.
(b) Patient One.
(c) Ground Zero.
(d) Patient Zero.
9. What is Stanley MacDonald told about the bodies found in caves?
(a) He is given no explanation.
(b) The victims were subjected to unknown chemical agents.
(c) The victims were killed by religious extremists.
(d) The victims were traitors who turned on each other when faced with charges of treason.
10. What illness did Breckinridge Scott's vaccine claim to cure?
(a) Celiac disease.
11. Who does Mary Jo Miller free from being pulled out the window by the infected?
(a) Her boss.
(b) Her neighbor.
(c) A stranger.
(d) Her daughter.
12. What is World War Z?
(a) Another name for World War III.
(b) A war between the U.S. and Zimbabwe.
(c) A war between humans and zombies.
(d) A war between Australia and New Zealand.
13. What was the name of Breckinridge Scott's vaccine?
14. How did the infection spread to Europe?
(a) Infected rats traveled to Europe on supply ships.
(b) An infected couple traveled by air to Paris.
(c) No one knows how the infection spread to Europe.
(d) Infected food was delivered to London by train.
15. What was the purpose of the civilians left behind in Redeker's plan?
(a) They were used as human bait.
(b) They would be instructed to rebuild society.
(c) They were used to fight the infected people.
(d) They chose to stay behind.
Short Answer Questions
1. How was the twelve-year-old boy infected?
2. What is the only way to kill the infected?
3. Where does Breckinridge Scott place the blame for the Great Panic?
4. How does Jurgen Warmbrunn learn about the outbreak?
5. What event caused Paul Redeker not to be seen again?
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