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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is the woods?
(a) A mural on the wall of Hailsham's cafeteria.
(b) A room where the students study horticulture.
(c) A hall at Hailsham that is decorated with trees.
(d) A wooded area around Hailsham.
2. How long does the narrator recall the secret guard lasting?
(a) Three to five years.
(b) Twenty years.
(c) The lifetime of Hailsham.
(d) Nine months to a year.
3. Who plots to prove Madame's fear of the students at Hailsham?
4. What is an exchange, as it is explained in chapter 2?
(a) A program in which students would visit other schools in the area.
(b) An art exhibition where students both showed their own work and bought other's work.
(c) A program where students at Hailsham are encouraged to trade their favorite storybooks.
(d) A social hour at Hailsham where students were encouraged to socialize with students from other schools.
5. What joke do the children at Hailsham make when discussing the electrified fences that often circled the concentration camps during World War II?
(a) That one could fry eggs quite easily.
(b) That one could easily commit murder.
(c) That one could commit suicide easily.
(d) That one could suffer a large electric bill that way.
6. What does the narrator reveal in chapter 10 her topic was for her writing assignment when she first arrived at the Cottages?
(a) Women's rights.
(b) Victorian novels.
(c) Modern American novels.
(d) Clone rights.
7. What warning does Miss Emily offer the students in chapter 7 about having sex with people in the outside world?
(a) That it could keep them from having to make donations.
(b) That it was something they physically could not do.
(c) That it could be fun.
(d) That it was more emotional for those who could have children.
8. Who is Miss Geraldine?
(a) A teacher at the Cottages.
(b) A carer in Kathy's clinic.
(c) A guardian at Hailsham who is everyone's favorite.
(d) A donor at the clinic where Kathy works.
9. Why is the narrator reluctant to sit beside Tommy in chapter 3 when they meet at the pond?
(a) She does not want to give Tommy the wrong impression.
(b) She does not want to get her pants wet.
(c) She does not want anyone to observe them and think they are up to something wrong.
(d) She does not want to let Tommy know how she feels about him.
10. What difference did the narrator begin to note in Tommy during their Senior 2 year, as described in chapter 2?
(a) He stopped playing sports.
(b) He stopped hanging out with his friends.
(c) He stopped losing his temper.
(d) He stopped going to classes.
11. What was the secret guards evidence against the conspirators?
(a) Drawings of crime scenes.
(b) Witnessed conversations.
(c) Pictures of strangers.
(d) Written confessions.
12. What is Songs After Dark?
(a) A choir book used at Hailsham.
(b) An album containing Kathy's favorite song.
(c) A piano book of popular songs.
(d) An album of French music.
13. Who makes fun of Tommy's expressions as he warms up on the sports field with the other boys in chapter 1?
14. What rumors abound at Hailsham about students who wander into the woods?
(a) They are made to volunteer to cook lunch.
(b) They are forced to do extra homework.
(c) They are forced to add to the mural on the wall.
(d) They are murdered.
15. Who decides to comfort Tommy at the end of chapter 1 during his temper tantrum?
Short Answer Questions
1. Who did the narrator once see giving a speech to an imaginary classroom, as described in chapter 4?
2. In chapter 11, what does the narrator define courses as?
3. Who does the narrator continuously refer to as the veterans in chapter 10?
4. Why was the narrator kicked out of the secret guard?
5. Who was often blamed, as mentioned in chapter 11, for all the pornographic magazines discovered at the Cottages?
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