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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. To the narrator, Daphne Bigelow is what?
(a) The school's biggest braniac.
(b) The personification of everything ideal in a girl.
(c) Snobbish, elitist, and no fun to be around.
(d) Charming, funny, and witty, but accident prone.
2. Before the narrator can invite a girl to the Spring Dance, he decides that first they must what?
(a) Complete their class project.
(b) Have lunch together at the cafeteria.
(c) Learn how to dance.
(d) Have a regular date.
3. The narrator is ecstatic in his Biology II class because of what?
(a) A pretty girl finally has a big crush on him.
(b) He gets to talk with the girl of his dreams on a weekly basis.
(c) With his new tutor, he's sure to get an A.
(d) It's spring and he's feeling the excitement of the season.
4. When his friends ask the narrator who he plans to invite to the big dance, what does he say?
(a) Penelope Sanders.
(b) Wanda Hickey.
(c) Daphne Bigelow.
(d) Josephine Cosnowski.
5. On the big day of the prom, who helps the narrator get into his painful formal wear?
(d) The Old Man.
6. How does the narrator invite the girl of his dreams on a date?
(b) With a note.
(d) Has a friend ask for him.
7. Mother wants the narrator to invite which girl to the prom?
(a) Daphne Bigelow.
(b) Wanda Hickey.
(c) Regina Delfin.
(d) Angeline O'Connor.
8. What is the name of the new girl next door whom the narrator is smitten by?
9. As the narrator waters the lawn and ponders his prom fate, how does he distract himself?
(a) By scheming how he's going to get out of having to attend prom.
(b) By occasionally spraying his younger brother.
(c) By thinking about the most recent science fiction novel he's read.
(d) By watching his neighbor Josephine through the window.
10. What does the Old Man believe regarding one's prom date?
(a) The choice for prom date can foretell one's future.
(b) The boy must show utter and complete respect towards his date.
(c) She should not wear a trashy dress.
(d) She should look better than the boy she's with.
11. In Daphne's neighborhood, the narrator notices that there is no smell of oil refineries in the air and even what?
(a) The houses are bigger.
(b) The trees grow taller.
(c) The roads are cleaner.
(d) The flowers are brighter.
12. Once inside the party location with Josie, the narrator realizes he's at a what?
(b) Community center.
(d) Movie theater.
13. The Bigelow family's chauffeur drives Daphne and the narrator to the Orpheum in what?
(c) Rolls Royce.
14. When the narrator is invited inside his neighbors' house, what is he expected to do while he waits for Josie to finish getting ready?
(a) Partake of a heavy meal.
(b) Share his life story with her parents.
(c) Stand in the hallway until she's ready.
(d) Reveal what he plans to do after high school.
15. In what major way did Maxwell Bigelow help the community?
(a) Donated the ice skating rink to the park.
(b) Opened a soup kitchen.
(c) Paid for a second gym at the high school.
(d) Built a homeless shelter.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does the narrator, as an adult, receive from his mother?
2. How does the narrator leave the party he attends with Josie?
3. The night of his date with Josie, the narrator arrives with what?
4. Who does the narrator find in his biology class?
5. What do Schwartz and the narrator order after finishing the first item they order?
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