This is a 45 point test on William Shakespeare's Hamlet.
The first part is a multiple-choice section, where students match descriptions and actions to the corresponding characters.
The second part involves quote analysis. Students are to name the speaker, situation, and implications of each quote. The quotes are not "gotcha" quotes; they easy enough to identify and explain in terms of plot and theme significance, if students read or watched the play. (Instead of "to be or not to be," I have included a quote from elsewhere in Hamlet's famous soliloquy.)
In my instructions, I ask students to choose ten of the fourteen provided quotes. I assigned one point to each of the matching questions, and three points to each of the quote analyses, but you can, of course, assign your own point values.