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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. Who took the test on the spur of the moment because he had his Work Permit that allowed him into the gym?
2. What causes Garraty to receive his second warning in Chapter 11?
(a) Helping Scramm.
(b) Stopping for a bowel movement.
(c) Tripping and trying to get back up.
(d) Falling asleep.
3. What college do the young men who make a human pyramid attend?
(a) University of New Hampshire.
(b) University of Maine.
(d) Maine State University.
4. According to Pearson, who wants to be hurt?
5. What is the soldier wearing on his wrist?
(b) Solid-state computer with a sonar device.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who gets gut cramps in Chapter 12?
2. What do Garraty's legs feel like after climbing a hill in Chapter 10?
3. In Chapter 11, who says, "God help us an' points south"?
4. What are Veazie and Winterport, mentioned in Chapter 12?
5. Who is the Walker who hasn't talked to anyone in two hours nor touched his canteen in Chapter 9?
Short Essay Questions
1. Why does McVries pull Garraty away from his girlfriend?
2. What is Pearson's plan for when he feels like he can't go on and why won't it work, according to Garraty?
3. What fear does Garraty begin obsessing over in Chapter 15, thanks to Stebbins, and why does it upset him so?
4. When it becomes inevitable that Scramm will die, what do the other Walkers decide to do?
5. Why does Garraty feel a twinge of excitement when he sees a turnpike sign saying that Oldtown is sixteen miles away?
6. What does McVries do to try to keep Garraty from obsessing over the time?
7. What had Garraty's girlfriend said about his going on the Long Walk?
8. Why does Garraty want to see Barkovitch in Chapter 14?
9. In Garraty's mind, why are there probably pine trees planted on the median in Chapter 11?
10. What does Stebbins mean when he says to Garraty, "Maybe it's your edge"?
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