I've been promising to feed this blog with something more substantive for a while now. I've finally got something: a 42 page PDF - all nicely done up with bookmarks and a handy-dandy linked key - containing 65 passage-based MCQ questions about Plato's Euthyphro. They are reading comprehension/informal reasoning-type questions. I've written them over the years for exam purposes, but I also use them for teaching purposes. And students are encouraged to use them to self-diagnose their reading difficulties, and to give them some idea what they are supposed to be reading for.
I have similar sets for Meno and Republic - almost 200 questions in all. I'm going to format those other sets likewise over the next few weeks. I think the lot of them could be very useful for instructors (like me) who are obliged to make exams for very large classes. With a question bank of 200 questions, it's possible to whip up an exam pretty quick. Such questions are obviously not very philosophically exalted (although I flatter myself that a few have a certain conceptual sparkle, or at least a brute brain-tickle.) But they are time-consuming to produce, so I am happy for others to take advantage of my efforts.
Plato's Euthyphro Practice Questions (PDF). Go ahead and download the set.