1. At Scone College, it is the night of the annual dinner for
(a) The North Oxford Club.
(b) The Trumpington Club.
(c) The Bollinger Club.
(d) The Boar's Hill Club.
2. The Academics, like Mr. Sniggs, like this celebration because of
(a) The furniture they will get to replace.
(b) The fines they will be able to charge.
(c) The alcohol that is available.
(d) The exhilaration it provides the students.
3. Attendees at the party are generally
(a) The general student body.
(b) Faculties from regional universities.
(c) Young men from royal or noble families.
(d) Graduates from other colleges.
4. Sniggs wants the chapel attacked because
(a) It will bring in lots of fine money.
(b) It needs refurbishing.
(c) It is old and falling apart.
(d) He is anti-religion.
5. Paul Pennyfeather's parents are
(b) Part of the Scone faculty.
(c) Very supportive.
(d) Prosperous solicitors.
6. What was it about Paul that led to the attack on him?
(a) His tie that was similar to the Bollingers'.
(b) His sobriety, which was offensive.
(c) His objection to drunkenness.
(d) His academic excellence.
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