I used this test successfully for a few years and have refined it from time to time to better capture the information I wished students to know. It has thirty multiple-choice questions and ten true/false, each worth one point each. It then features a lengthy excerpt from an actual local newspaper article describing an event of which Edith Wharton would have been aware, and asks five short-answer questions (a couple sentences each), each worth five points. Finally, there is an essay question worth fifteen points, with three choices of prompt for students. It is a good, easy to grade test for high school students of average to above-average academic abilities, and can easily be differentiated (fewer questions, longer essay, etc.) to meet higher or lower ability levels or time constraints. I hope you enjoy using it and find it helpful!