Every Day Test | Final Test - Hard

David Levithan
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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.

Short Answer Questions

1. Who does Dana's mother tell A is coming to the house?

2. Why is A in such pain when they wake up as Dana?

3. Why does A run away the next morning when they wake up as Michael?

4. What competition is Alexander and his friends planning on participating in?

5. Why does A not enjoy inhabiting Vanessa Martinez?

Short Essay Questions

1. Who does A meet up with when they are inhabiting Kasey, and what happens?

2. What does A discover about Dana on the day that they are inhabiting her body?

3. Why does A decide that they like Vic on the morning when they wake up in his body?

4. Why does A tell Rhiannon that they should pretend like they are meeting for the first time when they meet her at Clover Bookstore as Alexander?

5. What does A notice about Rhiannon when they secretly visit her at school when they are Zara?

6. Why is Alexander's favorite place the treehouse in his backyard?

7. Why does A feel so sad on the day that they are inhabiting Zara?

8. Why does A not enjoy the experience of inhabiting Vanessa Martinez?

9. Why does A refuse to go to Hawaii when they wake up as Michael?

10. Why does meeting up with Rhiannon prove to be a tricky feat on the day that A wakes up as George?

Essay Topics

Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:

Essay Topic 1

Write an essay exploring how A's perception of themselves changes throughout the novel. Make sure to use specific textual evidence to support your claims.

Essay Topic 2

Every Day is categorized as a piece of coming-of-age young adult fiction. Analyze how the author incorporates and develops coming-of-age narrative conventions throughout the novel.

Essay Topic 3

Write an essay explaining the significance of A's email accounts. Why do they hold such value for A, and in what ways are they more than simply channels for communication?

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