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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Who first suggested that Madame was frightened of the students at Hailsham?
2. What warning does Miss Emily offer the students in chapter 7 about having sex with people in the outside world?
(a) That it was more emotional for those who could have children.
(b) That it could keep them from having to make donations.
(c) That it could be fun.
(d) That it was something they physically could not do.
3. Who decides to comfort Tommy at the end of chapter 1 during his temper tantrum?
4. Where did the narrator and Tommy often meet in secrecy during their years at Hailsham?
(a) The art room.
(b) The sports pavilion.
(c) The pond.
(d) The woods.
5. What are the ages of the Junior classes at Hailsham?
(a) Birth to twelve.
(b) Five through eight.
(c) Fifteen to seventeen.
(d) Seven through eleven.
6. Who asks Tommy to get back into his art in chapter 9?
(b) Miss Emily.
(c) Miss Lucy.
7. How many others from their class does the narrator say came to the Cottages in chapter 10?
8. What does the narrator mentioned she often used for blankets in chapter 11?
(a) Blankets donated by rich widows.
(b) Old curtains and carpet peices.
(c) Wool cloth scraps.
(d) Old clothing.
9. How does Kathy find herself on Ruth's good books at the end of part one?
(a) By stealing a forbidden tape of music.
(b) By getting Tommy to work his art again.
(c) By stealing a pencil case from Miss Geraldine.
(d) By getting Ruth and Tommy back together.
10. What book is the narrator reading in chapter 10 that Ruth rudely begins to describe the plot of to her?
(a) Oliver Twist.
(b) Daniel Deronda.
(c) Great Expectations.
(d) A Tale of Two Cities.
11. What were the students at Hailsham allowed to wear on weekends, but not during the week?
(a) Their own clothing.
(b) Team jerseys.
12. At the end of chapter 4, what does Ruth accuse the narrator of doing all wrong?
(a) Putting her imaginary horses away.
(b) Drawing pictures of horses.
(c) Putting their toys away.
(d) Drawing a hopscotch grid on the sidewalk.
13. What is a Walkman?
(a) A radio.
(b) An alarm clock.
(c) A portable cassette player.
(d) An early MP3 player.
14. What is a guardian?
(a) The carers' bosses.
(b) The teachers and administrators at Hailsham.
(c) The people who govern the clones.
(d) The head nurses in the donor facilities.
15. Where at Hailsham, as the narrator describes in chapter 2, was the best place to have a private talk?
(a) The lunch queue.
(b) The art room.
(c) The dorm bathrooms.
(d) The music room.
Short Answer Questions
1. What was the secret guards evidence against the conspirators?
2. What things in Tommy's behavior does the narrator believe she missed as signs of something that has taken place in chapter 8?
3. How long does the narrator recall the secret guard lasting?
4. Where did the donor in the narrator's third year grow up, causing her to recall her own childhood at Hailsham?
5. Why did the students feel Madame was different, odd?
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