This is the test that I give to my 10th grade English classes upon completion of F. Scott Fitzgerald's The Great Gatsby. They are provided with a fairly basic study guide which is available for free as a separate download in my store (They generally know what to look for by this point after quizzes every other chapter). I also make it open-book so that they can access quotes.
By the way, I'm aware that I ask about the green light's symbolism twice. We investigated this endlessly as it evolved in the story. The students MUST answer it once for 3 points, and then they CAN attain 3 extra points for nailing this aspect of the story.
Main focuses include: basic "Did you pay attention and engage with the story?" type questions, quote identification and analysis, character matching, literary device analysis (theme, foreshadowing, symbolism, etc.), a tiny bit of American history, and three short essays at the end.