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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. When are the projects stifling hot?
(a) at midnight
(b) in the summer
(c) at night
(d) in the winter
2. What is it called when a hospital sends a patient to another hospital?
(a) outpatient care
(b) patient dumping
(c) ambulance running
(d) reference managing
3. What is LaJoe able at last to make?
(a) macrame wall decorations
(b) a chocolate cake
(c) a party for Dawn
(d) the last payment on used bunk beds for the children
4. Who do they meet on the way and invite to join them?
5. What is happening outside when Lafeyette doesn't move off the couch and continues to calmly watch television?
(a) a fire
(c) a police raid
(d) a hail storm
Short Answer Questions
1. What does LaJoe resolve to do for the younger children in the future?
2. What begins to happen to try and reduce the violence in the projects?
3. What can LaJoe not get a gang to stop doing near her house?
4. A week after Craig's funeral, what weather condition takes place?
5. Why is Pharoah worried that even if he achieves a high school diploma, he will not be able to get out of the projects?
Short Essay Questions
1. How do Pharoah and Lafeyette happen to run into Rickey on their way for a treat?
2. Describe the shooting of Craig Davis.
3. What hope is inspired in Pharoah as a result of his inclusion in the Upward Bound program at the University of Illinois?
4. How does the judge make LaJoe feel after Lafeyette's hearing?
5. How does LaJoe remember the day Terrence was sentenced since Terrence had requested that she not come to court that day?
6. What happens to Lafeyette and Pharoah in regard to their education?
7. Why does Pharoah stay up all night on December 30th?
8. What are the projects like in the winter?
9. What is the special fear of Pharoah?
10. What are some of the improvements Vincent Lane is able to make in the projects?
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