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This quiz consists of 5 multiple choice and 5 short answer questions through Chapter 13 "Detention with Dolores" | Chapter 14 "Percy and Padfoot".
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why is Minister Fudge trying to undermine Dumbledore in the wizarding community?
(a) They are old rivals from when they attended Hogwarts together.
(b) He wants greater control at Hogwarts to influence the students.
(c) He is afraid Dumbledore will try to overthrow him.
(d) He is secretly a Death Eater in Lucius Malfoy's employ.
2. What seems strange about Harry facing the Wizengamot?
(a) The Wizengamot has not been convened in over 100 years.
(b) They're all taking photos of him throughout the hearing.
(c) Underage magic would usually only merit a small disciplinary hearing.
(d) Several of them are convicted Death Eaters.
3. Where does the action of Chapter 1 take place?
(d) Little Whinging.
4. Why does Harry get into a fight with Seamus Finnigan?
(a) Seamus' mother believes the nasty things that have been written about Harry and Dumbledore.
(b) Seamus decides to go out for Gryffindor seeker to try to upstage Harry.
(c) Seamus calls Harry a murderer and a thief.
(d) Harry wants a room to himself because of his nightmares.
5. What does the Sorting Hat do in Chapter 11 that is unusual?
(a) Makes a political announcement demanding the freedom of elves.
(b) Sorts nearly all the first-years into Gryffindor House so they'll fight Voldemort.
(c) Sings a song about an impending threat to the school.
(d) Refuses to sort a student because he is a mudblood.
Short Answer Questions
1. What travel method was used to escort Harry from the Dursleys' home to the Order of the Phoenix?
2. What happens during Potions class that gives Snape an opportunity to humiliate Harry?
3. What was Ms. Figg assigned to do in Little Whinging?
4. What does the boggart reveal about Mrs. Weasley?
5. What suspicious character is Minister Fudge talking to when Harry leaves his hearing?
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