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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 tries to contact Mclean when she is on the computer?
(a) Her ex-boyfriend.
(b) Her best friend.
(c) Her mother.
(d) Her teacher.
2. Who is Mclean's mother?
(a) Mary Ann.
3. Who helps Mclean when she is injured at school?
4. What sound awakens Mclean at the beginning of Chapter 5?.
(a) People playing basketball
(b) The television.
(c) A siren.
(d) An alarm clock.
5. What does Mclean learn about Dave?
(a) He is mentally delayed.
(b) He is a star quarterback.
(c) He is a genius.
(d) He is the senior class president.
Short Answer Questions
1. What community service project is Dave working on?
2. Who is Mclean's father's boss?
3. Why is Mclean unsettled when she sees her mother at the game?
4. Which of the following is NOT something that upsets Mclean's mother about Mclean's life?
5. What does Mclean's mother try to persuade her to do when she calls?
Short Essay Questions
1. How do Mclean and her parents help save David's trip with his friends by talking to his parents?
2. In what way does Mclean feel that she is taking her mother's place regarding her father?
3. Explain the foreshadowing used by the author when she mentions Mclean's old car?
4. What is Mclean's relationship with her parents? What does Mclean blame for her parents' divorce?
5. What does Mclean think about when she watches the stars from a party next door one night?
6. What are Mclean's evolving thoughts about what home really is as she and her parents talk about the future?
7. What makes Mclean so upset that she takes off from the beach house in her old car?
8. Explain the nature of Mclean's relationship with her father.
9. In what ways does Mclean begin to see her mother in a new light?
10. What has happened to David as a result of Mclean's calling him to come to the Poseidon the night she was so upset?
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