Final Test - Easy
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This quiz consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. Why does there seem to be a different set of rules for the clones from Hailsham as compared to the clones from other backgrounds?
(a) The Hailsham students have more money.
(b) The Hailsham students were raised with more compassion.
(c) The Hailsham students are better educated.
(d) The Hailsham students have more supportive parents.
2. What does Madame reveal in chapter 21 that the artwork from Hailsham was supposed to show?
(a) The students' inner child.
(b) The students' souls.
(c) The students' creativitiy.
(d) The students' intelligence.
3. 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 early in the donation cycle.
(b) Losing a donor after the fifth donation.
(c) Losing a donor to suicide.
(d) Losing a donor to cancer.
4. In chapter 16, who does Ruth think will be Tommy's next girlfriend when she breaks up with him?
5. Who appears out of the darkness of the room at the end of chapter 21?
(a) Miss Jody.
(b) Miss Geraldine.
(c) Miss Emily.
(d) Miss Lucy.
6. In chapter 16, what do Kathy and Ruth make fun of at Tommy's expense?
(a) His appearance.
(b) His drawings.
(c) His romantic side.
(d) His behavior.
7. What does Madame keep repeating as Tommy and Kathy speak to her in chapter 21?
(a) 'Do you understand?'
(b) 'I go too far?'
(c) 'I don't understand.'
(d) 'Why me?'
8. What does the narrator notice about Madame's door in chapter 21 as they enter her house?
(a) It is loaded with locks.
(b) It is a steel security door.
(c) It has glass panels.
(d) It allows too much light inside.
9. In chapter 16, what does the narrator suggest is bothering Tommy?
(a) Ruth's inability to be friends with Kathy.
(b) Ruth's decision to become a carer.
(c) Ruth's behavior toward him.
(d) Ruth's choice to end their relationship.
10. What is the definition of a possible as described by the narrator in chapter 12?
(a) The parent of a clone.
(b) The intended recipient of a clone's organs.
(c) The scientist who created a specific clone.
(d) The normal person a clone is modeled after.
11. What does Ruby ask the narrator forgiveness for in chapter 19?
(a) For lying about her feelings for Miss Geraldine.
(b) For placing a wedge between she and Tommy.
(c) For stealing Harry from her.
(d) For forcing her out of the secret society.
12. In chapter 16, what does James B. carry back to a picnic at Hailsham?
(a) A watermelon.
(b) A plate of cookies.
(c) A cake.
(d) A potato salad.
13. In chapter 15, why does Tommy think he has blown his future by refusing to participate in art at Hailsham?
(a) They have nothing to earn money for his care.
(b) He has nothing they can use to determine if he should get a deferment.
(c) They have nothing to determine if he should be a donor.
(d) They have nothing to help choose when he should become a carer.
14. In chapter 15, what do Kathy and Tommy talk about?
(b) Hailsham's students.
(c) Sneaking away from the Cottages.
(d) The deferrment.
15. In chapter 15, what does Tommy tell Kathy that he heard Miss Emily said about the artwork Madame took from the school?
(a) It proved they were intelligent.
(b) It revealed their souls.
(c) It showed each student's future potential.
(d) It was to provide money for their futures.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who first suggests, in chapter 18, that Tommy join Kathy and Ruby in their visit to the marooned boat?
2. What lie has Ruth told Chrissie that Tommy nearly blows for her in chapter 13?
3. Who tells Chrissie and Rodney that the students at Hailsham were told about deferrals in chapter 13?
4. What billboard does the narrator point out in chapter 19 that she hopes will remind Tommy and Ruth of their trip to Norfolk?
5. What items does the narrator say in chapter 18 she likes to window shop for and compare to the ones she has at home?
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