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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 Charlie say he is willing to endure in order to be smart?
(a) Moving away from his family.
(c) A short life.
2. What is Charlie's IQ level at the beginning of the book?
3. What good luck charm does Charlie keep to help him be brave?
(a) A picture of his mother.
(b) A lucky penny.
(c) A rabbit's foot.
(d) A special rock.
4. How often does Charlie attend school at the beginning of the book?
(a) 2 days a week.
(b) 5 days a week.
(c) 3 days a week.
(d) 4 days a week.
5. How long has Charlie worked at the bakery?
(a) 17 years.
(b) 5 years.
(c) 10 years.
(d) 7 years.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the one thing Charlie wants more than anything in the world?
2. What did Charlie used to get hit for doing?
3. Who does Charlie say hollers at him at work in the third entry in the Progress Report?
4. What does Burt give Charlie to do on the fourth day of the experiment?
5. Why is Charlie so tired at work since this experiment began?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why is Charlie so afraid he failed his Rorschach test?
2. Why does Ms. Kinnian say that Charlie is her best student at the college?
3. What good luck charm does Charlie keep with him always to help him be brave?
4. Why does Charlie not know where his mother and sister are at the beginning of the book?
5. Why does Charlie say he does not like writing in his Progress Report on the third day?
6. What is the first memory that Charlie has after having the learning TV put in his room at night?
7. What kind of experiment is Charlie a part of at the beginning of this book?
8. What does Charlie say he will not be any more once he becomes smart?
9. What kind of school does Charlie attend at the beginning of the book?
10. What happens to Charlie when he goes the wrong way in his maze on the fourth day of the experiment?
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