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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What does Knecht like to write?
(a) Short stories
2. Who does the author say the book is intended for?
(a) People who play the Game
(b) People who don't know the Game
(c) People who hate the Game
(d) People interested in the Game
3. What happens when Knecht is 24-years-old?
(a) He fails his exams
(b) He finds a job
(c) He graduates
(d) He wins a Glass Bead tournament
4. What is Mariafels?
(a) A church
(b) A monastry
(c) A school
(d) A restaurant
5. What kind of school do his teachers recommend him for?
(a) Elite school
(b) Music school
(c) Grammar school
(d) Special needs school
6. Where does Knecht have to go to report his return?
(c) Jung House
7. What does Knecht think the Games must be protected from?
(a) Unintelligent people
(b) Outside influence
(c) The government
8. What school does Knecht tell his Music Master he would like to enter?
9. Who is Knecht representing while he is at Mariafels?
(b) The Glass Bead Game
(d) His Music Master
10. What subject does Knecht learn from the Abbot?
11. What is Knecht more interested in doing than playing the Glass Bead Game?
12. What does Knecht have to file every year?
(a) A report
(b) An essay
(c) A musical piece
(d) A diary
13. What two countries does the author state the Game originated in?
(a) England and Germany
(b) Russia and Poland
(c) Japan and Korea
(d) Greece and China
14. What subject does the author say the Glass Bead game is tied up with?
15. Why is Knecht popular with his superiors?
(a) He is good at the Glass Bead Game
(b) He shows respect
(c) He is not ambitious
(d) He is ambitious
Short Answer Questions
1. What kind of exercise did the Glass Bead Game start off as?
2. What did Knecht not experience the conflict between?
3. Why is Knecht different from Mozart and Bach?
4. What is the name of the book Knecht's name is placed in?
5. What is the name of the main character?
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