I was very happy with the results of this assessment with my students. During the course of our study of Silas Marner, I gave three assessments. The first two I counted as quizzes (chapters 1-5 and chapters 6-13) and this last one I counted as a test; of course you can use them anyway you see fit in your classroom. The most gratifying thing about these resources for me was seeing how the students were learning while processing the assessment. Rather than only guessing at multiple choice questions, they also thought critically about story elements and responded in writing, often citing the text to defend their responses (I let them use the books for this rigorous assessment). They were busy through a normal class period (50 minutes) and I was able to grade with ease afterwards. I hope you will gain a lot of value out of this resource while saving a lot of time!