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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 Eurytion's job?
(a) Guard for Olympus.
(b) Cow herder.
(d) Keeper of the Labyrinth gate.
2. Who wins the game and collects the gold laurels?
3. The campers participate in a game in which they are supposed to do two things. They are to collect the gold laurels and _______________.
(a) Collect fairy dust.
(b) Hide from the other teams.
(c) Kill some scorpions.
(d) Keep from dying.
4. What is the four-story farmhouse at the camp called?
(a) The Lair.
(b) The Dragon House.
(c) The Big House.
(d) The Farm House.
5. Janus is the god of _________.
(a) Doorways and choices.
(b) Freedom and peace.
(c) Death and destruction.
(d) Certainty and leadership.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is the one thing Theseus says that helped him survive the Labyrinth?
2. Percy compares the sleeping Tyson to ___________.
3. Where is Nico camping when Percy sees him in the Iris-message?
4. What game does Percy play with Briares as a means of getting him to leave the cell?
5. What is the scene created by mosaic tiles in one of the rooms?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is the challenge Minos offers in an effort to find Daedalus? How does Daedalus meet that challenge?
2. Who does Hera say can help Annabeth in her quest to find Daedalus? Why does she say this person can help?
3. What does Kampe look like?
4. What is the threat Grover faces from the council regarding his search for Pan?
5. Why does Calypso say she's tried not to become overly friendly with Percy?
6. How does the group decide which way to go at the end of chapter six?
7. What does Grover say about monsters fading away? What does Tyson argue on that topic?
8. Describe Janus and what does he try to make Annabeth do?
9. Who is Anteus? How does Percy kill him?
10. What does Percy learn from Chiron about Quintus? Why does he believe there's something more to the story?
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