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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.

Multiple Choice Questions

1. Why do Peter and Gordon say they want to go to America in chapter 7?
(a) To become millionaires.
(b) To become actors.
(c) To become doctors.
(d) To be better educated.

2. What does Miss Lucy tell the students in chapter 7 they are destined to do?
(a) Live to be very old.
(b) Donate their vital organs.
(c) Donate their bodies to scientific experimentation.
(d) Become doctors and lawyers.

3. What excuse did Miss Emily give for the lack of tokens offered in exchange for the art Madame took away?
(a) That they should ask someone else.
(b) That they should just be happy to have a roof over their heads.
(c) That it was a great honor to have their art chosen.
(d) That they should be given the tokens, but she did not have extras.

4. What was the Cottages before it became a halfway house for clones?
(a) A farm.
(b) A private school.
(c) A health spa.
(d) A resort.

5. How old was the narrator when she first recalls making friends with Ruth?
(a) Seven going on eight.
(b) Six going on seven.
(c) Nine.
(d) Five.

6. What were the students at Hailsham allowed to wear on weekends, but not during the week?
(a) Jewelry.
(b) Team jerseys.
(c) Their own clothing.
(d) Make-up.

7. Who does the narrator continuously refer to as the veterans in chapter 10?
(a) Residents who lived there permanently.
(b) Residents who acted as guardians to the newcomers.
(c) Residents who were of middle age.
(d) Residents who had been there a year or more.

8. What does the narrator tell the reader unzipping meant to the students at Hailsham in chapter 7?
(a) They could unzip their bodies and provide organs easily.
(b) They could unzip their spines and remove their skeletons.
(c) They could unzip their clothing and show off their internal organs.
(d) They could unzip their heads and reveal their intelligence.

9. What are the ages of the Junior classes at Hailsham?
(a) Five through eight.
(b) Seven through eleven.
(c) Fifteen to seventeen.
(d) Birth to twelve.

10. What does the narrator mentioned she often used for blankets in chapter 11?
(a) Blankets donated by rich widows.
(b) Old clothing.
(c) Old curtains and carpet peices.
(d) Wool cloth scraps.

11. Who first suggested that Madame was frightened of the students at Hailsham?
(a) Amanda.
(b) Ruth.
(c) Tommy.
(d) Laura.

12. What does the narrator reveal in chapter 10 her topic was for her writing assignment when she first arrived at the Cottages?
(a) Clone rights.
(b) Victorian novels.
(c) Women's rights.
(d) Modern American novels.

13. Who is Miss Geraldine?
(a) A guardian at Hailsham who is everyone's favorite.
(b) A carer in Kathy's clinic.
(c) A teacher at the Cottages.
(d) A donor at the clinic where Kathy works.

14. How does Kathy find herself on Ruth's good books at the end of part one?
(a) By stealing a pencil case from Miss Geraldine.
(b) By getting Tommy to work his art again.
(c) By stealing a forbidden tape of music.
(d) By getting Ruth and Tommy back together.

15. In what room was the art displayed for Madame?
(a) The art room.
(b) An empty dorm room.
(c) The billiards room.
(d) The lunch room.

Short Answer Questions

1. Why does Ruth ask Kathy to ask Tommy to come back to her in chapter 9?

2. What book is the narrator reading in chapter 10 that Ruth rudely begins to describe the plot of to her?

3. Who suggests that Kathy might be Tommy's next girlfriend in chapter 9?

4. What is a guardian?

5. Why does the narrator suggest Ruby was correct in accusing her of making no friends outside of Hailsham alum?

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