For English teachers who teach The Great Gatsby by F. Scott Fitzgerald, this is a 43 question multiple choice exam that tests a variety of plot and character details including sequence and quote identification. Also included are two optional short answer sections to test student's abilities to write about the book in a non-essay format testing their ability to use specific evidence from the book, particularly the ability to integrate quote evidence to support their claims. (I do not suggest that both short answer sections be used on the exam as there is some overlapping).
Along with this test is a SMARTBoard review game that I refer to s "Review Baseball" with my students in which students earn singles, doubles, triples, and home runs for answering questions from the test correctly. This can be set up easily by creating a "baseball diamond" of desks in the center of a classroom. Students click on grey squares to reveal their "hit" and then click again to reveal the question. The review game corresponds directly to the test, and most of the questions are lifted straight from the material.
Note: Because of the plot/character based nature of this test as well as the close correlation between the review and the test itself, this is a test that I have written for my middle to lower level students. I think that it would be far too easy for honors level students.