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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. In what city did the Prime Minister of Rwanda reside before being murdered?
2. For entrance into what school does Immaculee's parents throw her a party to celebrate?
(a) Lycee High School.
(b) Buwana University.
(c) Emeville College.
(d) Knocti High School.
3. What is the name of the Tutsi girl Immaculee immediately befriends at the school?
4. Which of the women in the bathroom is the eldest?
5. In what village does Immaculee grow up?
Short Answer Questions
1. With what other tribe does the dominant Rwandan tribe intermarry over the course of many generations?
2. With whom is Immaculee's companion on the trip home good friends?
3. What is the name of the 14-year-old girl that Immaculee sitting next to her in the bathroom?
4. Which Rwandan tribe makes up the majority of the population during Immaculee's childhood?
5. Beyond being well-mannered and virtuous, what do Immaculee's parents expect of her?
Short Essay Questions
1. What sort of greetings do Immaculee and Augustine receive when they arrive at Pastor Murinzi's?
2. Under what condition does Immaculee's father allow her to date John, and why?
3. How does Immaculee finally make the transition from the private high school to the public high school?
4. Immaculee's Catholic faith is mentioned early and often in Left to Tell; how is she raised to perceive her faith?
5. What is the ethnic atmosphere in which Immaculee finds herself at Lycee High School?
6. Against what does Immaculee recount arguing in "Struggling to Forgive"?
7. What is the plan that Clementine devises in case the Tutsi were to be severely persecuted at the Lycee High School?
8. What struggle does Immaculee encounter when the pastor tells her that Augustine and Vianney could not stay at his house?
9. How is Immaculee embarrassed on her first day at junior high school?
10. What dominates the feelings of the University students regarding the Interahamwe and their activities in Butare?
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