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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 are the names of Jen's chat room friends that Luke is introduced to in Chapter 18?
(a) Sean, Patrick, and Yolanda.
(b) Yolanda, Shannon, and Carmen.
(c) Carlos, Yolanda, and Sean.
(d) Mary, Carlos, and Sean.
2. What time does Jen want Luke to leave with her to the rally?
(a) 10:00 PM.
(b) 9:00 PM.
(c) 7:00 PM.
(d) 8:00 PM.
3. What is so shocking about Jen's parents having a third child?
(a) Her parents didn't want to have her but felt too guilty to terminate the pregnancy.
(b) She was actually a fourth child, but her older sister died.
(c) They broke the law on purpose to have her, and Jen's dad is a Government employee.
(d) Jen's parents wanted another boy but realized having a girl would be fun too.
4. Why does Luke's family have a hard time deciphering the meaning of the letter from the Government?
(a) It's written in another language.
(b) It uses lots of big words.
(c) It's made of riddles.
(d) The font is too small.
5. How is Jen able to check outside for Luke's signal without being seen every day?
(a) She uses binoculars.
(b) She uses a special camera.
(c) She has mirrors placed by each of the doors and windows of her home.
(d) She very carefully picks out the window.
Short Answer Questions
1. What word does Jen use as a password for her online chat room?
2. Why won't Luke agree to come to the rally with Jen?
3. What brave thing does Jen do for Luke at the end of Chapter 16 that amazes Luke?
4. Jen's father admits he works for the Population Police. How does Luke react?
5. What does Luke sneak into the kitchen for the day of the rally?
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Jen differ from Luke and most of the kids in the online chat room?
2. What does Luke say when Jen asks him if he thinks his brothers would ever betray him?
3. How does Jen plan on getting the rally she has planned?
4. Why does Luke's father get a letter from the Government for in Chapter 21?
5. Why does Jen's dad inform Luke that he is now in danger of the Population Police?
6. What does Luke do to break into Jen's house in Chapter 26?
7. Why does Luke log onto Jen's family's computer after he breaks into their house?
8. What are the practical differences between Luke and Jen's families?
9. Why does Jen's father believe the Government keeps people hovering around the poverty level?
10. What does Luke now realize about how he can create change in the world, but in a different way than Jen?
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