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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In chapter 16, how does the narrator make her intention to become a carer immediately known?
(a) She tells Keffers.
(b) She asks the guardians if she can start early.
(c) She asks Rodney for help.
(d) She tells Ruth.
2. In chapter 13, why does Ruby become irate when Kathy suggests they switch seats?
(a) Ruby does not like Rodney.
(b) Ruby does not like Kathy.
(c) Ruby does not want Kathy growing closer to Tommy.
(d) Ruby does not want Kathy to grow close to Rodney.
3. In chapter 14, what causes Rodney's group to run away from the office?
(a) A cop tells them to move on.
(b) A dog begins barking at them.
(c) A child stops and stares at them.
(d) One of the women waves to them.
4. In chapter 15, what does Tommy tell Kathy that he heard Miss Emily said about the artwork Madame took from the school?
(a) It showed each student's future potential.
(b) It was to provide money for their futures.
(c) It proved they were intelligent.
(d) It revealed their souls.
5. What are dream futures, as the narrator describes in chapter 12?
(a) A future the clones plan to pursue once their donations are done.
(b) A future the clones know will never come true.
(c) A future the clones plan to pursue before their donations begin.
(d) A future that the clones hope they can earn the money to pursue while training as carers.
6. Where is the recovery center where Ruth is living during her donations?
7. In chapter 15, what does Tommy suggest Madame does with the art from the Hailsham students?
(a) Uses it to determine who should receive deferments.
(b) Uses it to determine when a clone should train as a carer.
(c) Uses it to determine who should become a donor.
(d) Uses it to raise money for the school.
8. What is the definition of a possible as described by the narrator in chapter 12?
(a) The intended recipient of a clone's organs.
(b) The scientist who created a specific clone.
(c) The parent of a clone.
(d) The normal person a clone is modeled after.
9. In chapter 16, what route does Kathy say was out of bounds at Hailsham?
(a) The path beside the classroom windows.
(b) The path through the rhubarb patch.
(c) The path along side the woods.
(d) The path along the guardian's private residences.
10. In chapter 12, the narrator suggests that the clones believed they could learn what from meeting their possible?
(a) What their siblings were like.
(b) Who they were deep down.
(c) Who their spouse might be.
(d) What their future job would be.
11. In chapter 16, what do Kathy and Ruth make fun of at Tommy's expense?
(a) His behavior.
(b) His drawings.
(c) His appearance.
(d) His romantic side.
12. In the beginning of chapter 18, the narrator tells the reader what is one of the most difficult parts of working as a carer?
(a) Losing a donor to suicide.
(b) Losing a donor early in the donation cycle.
(c) Losing a donor after the fifth donation.
(d) Losing a donor to cancer.
13. What lie has Ruth told Chrissie that Tommy nearly blows for her in chapter 13?
(a) That a Hailsham student became a bookkeeper.
(b) That a Hailsham student became a park keeper.
(c) That a Hailsham student became a barrister.
(d) That a Hailsham student became a doctor.
14. In chapter 15, what do Kathy and Tommy talk about?
(a) Hailsham's students.
(c) Sneaking away from the Cottages.
(d) The deferrment.
15. In chapter 16, where does Ruth suggest she might one day like to take a trip to?
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Ruby ask the narrator forgiveness for in chapter 19?
2. What one sign of her health struggles does Ruth show during the walk to the boat in chapter 18?
3. Why do Rodney and Chrissie believe the students from Hailsham might know about deferrals?
4. What is a deferral?
5. What does the narrator notice about Madame's door in chapter 21 as they enter her house?
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