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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What was the year that Mr. Chips was born?
2. What is the name of Mr. Chips' doctor?
(a) Dr. McAllister.
(b) Dr. MacDonald.
(c) Dr. Metcalf.
(d) Dr. Merivale.
3. What was the old fifth-form room at Brookfield called?
(a) The Holding Pen.
(b) The Dungeon.
(c) The Pit.
(d) The Parlour.
4. Why did Chips give up his career aspirations?
(a) Because his father argued against it.
(b) Because he realized that he was not qualified.
(c) Because he lost interest in the subject.
(d) Because he was afraid to fail.
5. What was on display on the walls of Chips' room?
(a) A sketch of William Shakespeare.
(b) A picture of the Acropolis.
(c) A family photograph.
(d) A painting of Brookfield.
6. In Chapter 3, in which of the following locations was it mentioned that one of the new boys' uncle had been killed?
7. What sport did Katherine suggest that boys should be invited to play at Brookfield?
8. On what occasion does Chips wonder whether the school had a holiday?
(a) The Queen's death.
(b) When King George visited Brookfield Village.
(c) The victory at Waterloo.
(d) The School's 300th anniversary.
9. In what year did Katherine die?
10. How did Katherine usually advise Chips to discipline the students?
(a) With leniency.
(b) With pity.
(c) With understanding.
(d) With severity.
11. In Chapter 1, what does Mr. Chips ask Mrs. Wickett to give him?
(a) The mail.
(b) A pen.
(c) A blanket.
(d) A cup of tea.
12. On the night before their wedding, what kind of mood did Katherine say she was in with Chips?
13. How old was the young woman whom Chips met while hiking?
(a) 19 years old.
(b) 30 years old.
(c) 25 years old.
(d) 28 years old.
14. What had Chips considered doing in his retirement but faced difficulties to accomplish?
(b) Substitute teaching.
(c) Running for the school board.
(d) Writing a book.
15. Who mainly comprised the student population of Brookfield?
(a) Boys intending to study medicine.
(b) Boys from the middle-class.
(c) Boys from privileged familes.
(d) Boys from the working class.
Short Answer Questions
1. Where is the house that Mr. Chips lives in?
2. What did Chips not consider to be crucial to education?
3. What did Faulkner ask Chips for in Chapter 8?
4. What kind of trees surround Brookfield?
5. What did the headmaster advise Mr. Chips to be at the school?
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