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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 does Mclean do when she wakes in the night and realizes a party is going on next door?
(a) She asks the neighbors to be quiet.
(b) She sits and dreams about going to a party.
(c) She joins the party.
(d) She calls the police.
2. Who is Mclean's mother?
(c) Mary Ann.
3. Dave tells Mclean that he had had enough credits to go to college after which grade?
4. Who is visiting her father when Mclean returns home from school in Chapter 8?
(b) Mclean's mother.
5. Who is the boy who saves Mclean from the police at the neighbor's party?
Short Answer Questions
1. Why does Mclean's stepfather contact her via computer?
2. Mclean feels that ________________ ruined basketball for her.
3. What does Mclean's mother try to persuade her to do when she calls?
4. Who is Opal?
5. After whom is McLean named?
Short Essay Questions
1. Explain the nature of Mclean's relationship with her father.
2. How does Mclean meet Dave and what does she think about him?
3. What is revealed about Mclean's transient lifestyle as she views comments on her social networking page?
4. What changes does Mclean see in her mother when she spots her at the big game?
5. What does David finally realize about why Mclean is not excited to be at the big game?
6. What is Mclean's relationship with her parents? What does Mclean blame for her parents' divorce?
7. Riley points out something to Mclean about making friends when she helps Mclean after she injures herself at her locker? What does Riley tell her that surprises Mclean?
8. What examples do David and Mclean share with each other when discussing actions and consequences?
9. Explain how the theme of relationships begins to evolve in Chapter 4.
10. What perspective does David give to Mclean when she is upset with her mother and having to go to the basketball game?
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