This quiz assesses student knowledge on the passé composé verb tense with "avoir", with no irregular participles and it does include negation of the passé composé; however, if students do know any irregular participles there is a small section for extra credit. An answer key and a retake on one section are included in this document.
Section A has sentences written in the present tense that students need to re-conjugate to the passé composé. There is an example provided to clarify directions to students, but it will not reveal an answer to any question on that page. To clarify my scale of 10 points: questions 1 and 4 are worth 2 points - one point for proper conjugation and one point for proper negation. Questions 3 and 6 are also worth two points: one for correct conjugation and one specifically for the accent aigu at the end of the participle (since this is a common source of error). Feel free to adjust as you wish, but hopefully this helps!
Section B has multiple choice questions where students must choose the correct passé composé conjugation of a given verb. Incorrect options contain common mistakes such as confusing -re and -er participle endings, incorrect/lack of auxiliary verb, incorrect negation, and lack of consolidation (ex- je ai --> j'ai). It is on this page where students have the opportunity for the short extra credit. I had it where all 3 counted as 1 "correct" answer for weighting purposes, but again, feel free to change the scale as you wish.
The retake on page 5 is for Section A since it is the more difficult part of the quiz, except instead of having the sentence written out in the present tense, students must take the basic components of the sentence and write it in the passé composé (infinitive --> pc instead of present --> pc). I had the same scale as the original section A where some questions were worth more points.