If your students like to gamble like Walter, they'll appreciate the odds of these A Raisin in the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry tests. Why? Well, it's the only test we have that is half True/False and half multiple choice.
38 total questions on the first version 1/2 T/F
60 questions and five short answer on the other version with 32 T/F
Keep in mind that the 38-questions version is built from the 60-question one, so it's not a new test.
Since the odds of guessing correctly on the multiple choice section is only 25%, students who did not pay attention will usually fail more often than shady business deals. However, this test gives them half a chance (literally) on half the questions.
If you really like T/F tests or you really need your student scores to be better than 25%, consider using this final. You could also rework half of the T/F questions to multiple choice and increase the house odds a bit more. Sure, I know you're not a math teacher and that thinking about math might give you a tummy ache, but discussing odds and guessing strategies is actually good advice for students as you head into testing season, which is pretty much all the time now, right?