You might wonder why I have three Miracle Worker tests or why you'd need them. I have them because I wrote one, my wife wrote one, and I rewrote the one I had when my computer crashed and I lost the hard copy of it, only to find it again when cleaning out.
The first test is a 25 question multiple choice test that focuses a lot of facts and figures. You might like it.
The second test comes with online Quizstar compatibility and is 13 questions long.
The third test was my first and is probably the best, re-typed from the original I found. It's 40 questions long and can be used with a Scantron. You'll see some overlap with Test 2 and 3, since I tried to remember some of the questions I'd used. You can combine them any way you like, or you can just use one for someone who'd absent. Two of the quizzes require how and why thinking more than the first, but all of these quizzes have been used in English classrooms to demonstrate reading comprehension.
It's nice to have a choice. Your own teaching style and the amount of time spent on this play by William Gibson will dictate how you want to assess the students, and this gives you some options.