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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. Paul's students tease him by
(a) Fighting among themselves.
(b) Claiming to be named Tangent.
(c) Claiming they are hearing impaired.
(d) Being sarcastic.
2. What happened to Lord Tangent at the sporting event?
(a) He was taken away by the musicians.
(b) He learned to play a flute.
(c) He fought with Chokey.
(d) He was shot in the foot.
3. Dr. Fagan's attitude toward Grimes is
(a) Very indifferent.
(b) Warm and welcoming.
(c) Very respectful.
(d) Quite condescending.
4. What was it that his recently fired teacher had, that Dr. Fagan seeks in a teacher?
5. Dr. Fagan feels that Lady Circumference
(a) Does not understand black people.
(b) Does not understand a track meet.
(c) Lumps all athletics into one category.
(d) Thinks fox hunting is the only sport.
Short Answer Questions
1. What was Paul Pennyfeather studying to be?
2. The result of leaving Prendergast with the boys is that
3. Regarding his upcoming marriage, Grimes is clearly in a state of
4. Dr. Fagan claims that what he needs in a professor is
5. The Academics, like Mr. Sniggs, like this celebration because of
Short Essay Questions
1. How does Grimes portray the school system?
2. What do we learn about Digby-Vaine-Trumpington from the letter Potts has sent to Paul?
3. What message comes through about British society in the Prelude?
4. What is Margot Best-Chetwynde's interest in Chokey?
5. What is it about Mrs. Beste-Chetwynde that has put Paul in such a state of mind over her?
6. What emotions does the appearance of Chokey raise in the guests?
7. Discuss Mr. Levy, the scholastic agent. Is he a man of character?
8. Philbrick has a great imagination. Of the three descriptions he has given of himself to Grimes, Prendy and Paul, which is the most likely to be true?
9. Poor Mr. Prendergast is a sad character. What is the primary theme that courses through his life?
10. What is obvious about Paul Pennyfeather and his nature, based on the incident on campus?
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