The Great Gatsby Final Test
This test includes:
► 25 multiple choice (worth 2 points each)
► 15 true/false (worth 2 points each)
► 2 short essay (worth 10 points each)
► Answer key
There are 2 different versions
– same test, but the answer choices for the multiple choice and the true/false questions are rearranged so that the answers are all different between the two tests. Cheaters don’t stand a chance!
If you want to use Scantron-style scoring sheets, the test is set up to accommodate that. Students will just need to write their answers to the short essay on a sheet of paper for you to score the written portion, but the scanner can score the rest. Be sure to remind students that A = True and B = False when using a bubble sheet.
This test also comes with an editable PowerPoint
if you wish to change any questions or add questions. If you do not want to have any short essay, you can simply leave off the last page of the test. See a few sample questions below:
_____ 13. The books in Gatsby’s library symbolize what theme?
A. Knowledge is power.
B. Things are not always as they appear to be.
C. Love is just as much a part of the mind as it is the heart.
D. Books provide a doorway to the past.
_____18. Who says, “I thought he knew something about breeding, but he wasn’t fit to lick my shoe”?
A. Gatsby B. Myrtle C. Jordan D. Catherine
_____22. Which is NOT an example of irony in the novel?
A. Daisy accidently runs over Tom’s mistress.
B. Many attend Gatsby’s parties but few attend his funeral.
C. Nick agrees to have Daisy to tea so that Gatsby can meet her.
D. George hints to Tom about Myrtle’s unfaithfulness.
_____ 36. George Wilson’s conclusion that the eyes of T. J. Eckleburg on the billboard are those of God watching everything demonstrates his logical thinking.
_____ 37. Gatsby believes the past can be repeated.
_____ 38. Gatsby worked onboard Meyer Wolfsheim’s yacht, which is how the two met.
• Great Gatsby Unit - Interactive Notebook Activities, Quizzes, Vocabulary, Test
• Great Gatsby Quizzes for Entire Novel
• Great Gatsby Pre-Reading Activity
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