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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. What is the occupation of Moby's mother?
(a) A chef.
(b) A writer.
(c) An accountant.
(d) A nurse.
2. After finishing practice at the beginning of the book, where does the narrator go?
(a) Fairview Hospital.
(b) Riley Children's Hospital.
(c) St. Vincent's Hospital.
(d) Sacred Heart Hospital.
3. When Ellerby and Moby begin discussing Ellerby's relationship with his father, how does Ellerby characterize the relationship?
4. What stroke is Ellerby's swimming specialty?
5. What is the name of the narrator's coach?
(a) Coach Crossley.
(b) Coach Lemry.
(c) Coach Stone.
(d) Coach Mautz.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is Ms. Lemry's overriding rule for discussions taking place in the CAT class?
2. What does the CAT teacher use as the subtitle for her class?
3. According to Sarah Byrnes' theory, who told Dale Thornton that Moby was responsible for "Crispy Pork Rinds"?
4. What nickname did Dale Thornton used to call Sarah Byrnes in junior high?
5. How many swimmers finish the full 100 100's?
Short Essay Questions
1. Back in junior high, what was the deal that Sarah Byrnes offered to Dale Thornton while they were in Moby's attic room?
2. According to his mother, what attribute does the narrator possess that his father did not?
3. When Moby returns to his desk after Jody and Mark decide to remain in the CAT class, Moby finds a note waiting for him. Who is the note from and what does it say?
4. According to what Dale Thornton tells Moby in front of Moby's house, how did Sarah Byrnes get the burns on her face?
5. How does Moby describe his high school principal?
6. Who is Huey-Dewey?
7. According to the bumper sticker on Ellerby's car, what are the wages of sin?
8. What is Ms. Lemry's initial argument to Mark when he tries to drop the CAT class?
9. Why does Ellerby sometimes threaten to give his Rottweiler to Moby?
10. What is nearly impossible for Moby to admit to other people?
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