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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. Who ousted the Lord Protector?
(a) Lord Essex.
(b) John Dudley.
(c) Duke of Wellington.
(d) Lord Sussex.
2. What interested Mary Queen of Scots in Chapter 6?
(a) Having Elizabeth visit.
(d) Going to England.
3. What did Elizabeth I respond to the rumors of her having many lovers?
(a) That it was none of their business.
(b) That she refused to comment on her personal life.
(c) That it was true.
(d) That she was never alone so it would be impossible.
4. In what did Elizabeth I retain her independence from the Privy Council?
(a) Running Parliament.
(b) Vetoing decisions.
(c) Finding a spouse.
(d) Policy making.
5. Who was supposed to rule England during Edward's minority according to Chapter 2?
(a) The Privy Council.
(c) Henry VIII's brother.
Short Answer Questions
1. Why was the planned rebellion against Mary moved up by two months?
2. Who declared Henry VIII's marriage to Catherine invalid?
3. Who did Elizabeth I name to be protector of the kingdom in case she was incapacitated for a long period of time?
4. What country was Mary Queen of Scots also the Queen of?
5. Who had himself appointed Lord Protector and Governor?
Short Essay Questions
1. What did Somerset hypothesize about Elizabeth?
2. Who did Henry marry in January 1533?
3. What did the Privy Council advise Elizabeth I of regarding Darnley?
4. What did the Privy Council do for the Queen?
5. What did a potential husband need to have according to Chapter 4 and why did it present a problem?
6. How did new laws change the monarch's relationship with the Church?
7. What happened on November 17, 1558 according to Chapter 4?
8. What happened under the terms of peace negotiated between the French and the English?
9. How would Mary, Queen of Scots have ascended to the throne?
10. What did the Lord Protector have the Council investigate?
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