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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does Motorcycle Boy get his name?
(a) He owns motorcycles.
(b) He likes motorcycles.
(c) He races motorcycles.
(d) He builds motorcycles.
2. After going to the guidance office, where does Rusty-James go when he leaves school?
3. What relationship does Biff have with Rusty-James' friends?
(a) They used to be rivals.
(b) They used to be friends.
(c) They used to be gang allies.
(d) They are family.
4. What bothers Rusty-James about the situation with Biff?
(a) Biff is happy.
(b) Biff is sleeping in class.
(c) Biff is stealing things.
(d) Biff is mad for a stupid reason.
5. When Motorcycle Boy leaves, why is Rusty-James afraid?
(a) He is afraid of being alone.
(b) He is afraid of Biff.
(c) He is afraid of Motorcycle Boy.
(d) He is afraid of Smokey.
Short Answer Questions
1. According to Rusty-James, in what kind of classes is he enrolled?
2. Why does Rusty-James slam his fist onto the table?
3. What profession is Steve pursuing?
4. Who ispresent at the fight five years ago when Rusty-James got his scar?
5. What other character attends Cleveland High School?
Short Essay Questions
1. In Chapter 7, why is Rusty-James afraid of Motorcycle Boy?
2. Why is Patterson watching Rusty-James and Motorcycle Boy when they leave the drugstore?
3. Why is Rusty-James expelled from school?
4. What does Rusty-James' bad grammar and slang tell the reader about his character?
5. What does Rusty-James do to make sure he is taken to the hospital by the police?
6. In Chapter 10, why does Rusty-James believe that everything has changed?
7. What reason does Rusty-James give in Chapter 4 for going to school?
8. Why does Smokey believe that no one will follow Rusty-James into a knife fight?
9. Why is Rusty-James upset that Steve has been beaten up?
10. How does the author create suspense?
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