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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. During the graduation prep assembly, what got the students' attention?
2. What event is the GOD's group going to enter?
3. Why did Steve never get caught when he quit going to creative writing class?
4. Who did Steve call when he got settled at college?
5. What did Steve title his essay for Mr.DeMouy?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe the scene at Steve's father's wedding.
2. Describe what college Steve wants to get accepted to the most and why?
3. After the breakup with Dub, what happened to Steve?
4. Describe Steve's reaction to Jacqueline.
5. Who does Dub's older sister think the faculty member in charge of GOD should be and why?
6. Since beginning the essay for Mr.DeMouy, Steve has only used drugs once. What happened to cause Steve to resort back to getting high to deal with his emotions the second time?
7. What does Steve's mother agree to and what stipulations does she put on it?
8. When Steve turns in the last of his essay what do he and Mr. DeMouy talk about?
9. What does Steve find when he returns home from his mother's during Christmas vacation?
10. What does Steve tell Dub about the relationship between him and his father?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Write an essay on one of the following subjects:
Part 1) The inner turmoil that teenagers feel and the emotional and or physical release that drugs provide.
Part 2) A teenager's need to feel accepted.
Part 3) The importance that music has on young adults.
Essay Topic 2
Describe Mr. DeMouy's character. Why does Mr. DeMouy take such an interest in Steve? How does Steve feel about him in return?
Essay Topic 3
Compare Steve to his father.
Part 1) Are the similarities between Steve and his father realistic?
Part 2) Is there anything shown to the reader that shows how much they are alike earlier in the story?
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