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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. What role does Sillers serve at the school?
(a) He is a junior dean.
(b) He is the advisor to the student council.
(c) He is an informal counsellor.
(d) He is a party planner.
2. What does Jenkins plan in order to impress a girl at La Grenadiere?
(a) A dance.
(b) A song.
(c) A poem.
(d) A speech.
3. Who leaves the school a short time after an arrest is made?
(d) Le Bas.
4. What is Jenkins' relation to Giles?
(a) Giles is Jenkins' godfather.
(b) Giles is Jenkins' brother.
(c) Giles is Jenkins' uncle.
(d) Giles is Jenkins' cousin.
5. What delays Stringham's return to school in Chapter 4 of "A Question of Upbringing"?
(a) A death.
(b) A girl.
(c) An accident.
(d) Bad weather.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Sillers warn the boys to be sensitive about in regard to Quiggin?
2. What position is Bill Truscot looking for a man to fill for Sir Magnus Donner?
3. What is Sunderland Farebrother's nickname?
4. Where does Stringham plan to visit his father at Christmas?
5. What does Jenkins think of Stringham's unmarried sister?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Jenkins say he can see when he looks back at his memories of school?
2. What opportunity presents itself to Stringham at one of Sillers' afternoon tea events?
3. How does Jenkins describe Widmerpool?
4. What do the students mean when they refer to items of clothing as a "Widmerpool"?
5. Why is Jenkins annoyed by Giles in Chapter 4 of "A Question of Upbringing"?
6. Who is Sillers?
7. What does Templer admit when he returns late to the boarding house from London?
8. Who does Jenkins find attractive at the dance in Chapter 2 of "A Question of Upbringing"? What does Sunny question Jenkins about on the train?
9. Why does Jenkins ask his uncle Giles to put out his cigarette?
10. Explain the incident involving the wanted poster.
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