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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 does the artist she quotes say tell(s) a lie?
2. Why was University School started?
(a) As an experiment.
(b) To enable unique students to get a quality education.
(c) To serve the families of the military.
(d) To see if a school could exist on private funding alone.
3. What is delivered to three different people?
(a) Three pizzas.
(b) Three letters.
(c) Three umbrellas.
(d) Three cell phones.
4. Of what University is the University School where Ms. Hussey teaches associated?
(a) Columbia University.
(b) University of Chicago.
(c) New York University.
(d) It is not associated with a university.
5. How does Petra respond to what she notices about her father?
(a) She is worried.
(b) She wants to call a doctor.
(c) She laughs.
(d) She gets defensive.
Short Answer Questions
1. What type of projects and assignments are students working on in University School?
2. What is the purpose of the book "Chasing Vermeer"?
3. What does Calder say all the oddness probably is?
4. What does Petra think it all means?
5. What does Petra learn about the woman in her dream?
Short Essay Questions
1. What do Petra and Calder do additional study on and what does Petra learn about the woman in her dream?
2. What does Calder discover in Mrs. Sharpe's home?
3. What helps Calder think and what is he thinking about as he sits in his room?
4. How do the students respond to the quote by Picasso, and who is especially intrigued by it?
5. How do Petra and Calder's families differ?
6. To what does the author compare pentominoes?
7. What do Petra and Calder dress as for Halloween?
8. What do Petra and Calder do to try to make sense of everything that's been happening?
9. What do Petra and Calder learn about the Lady and what do they decide to do?
10. What is Ms. Hussey teaching her students, and where is she teaching?
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