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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. How does Frank get himself out of the Fulton County Jail?
(a) He poses as a lawyer for one of the other prisoners and convinces the guard to let him out.
(b) He phones the desk sergeant posing as a doctor and claims that Frank Abagnale is diabetic.
(c) He gets a bail bondsman to bail him out.
(d) He manages to steal a set of keys from a guard.
2. Why does Frank decide that he needs a flight crew?
(a) He hopes the crew make it harder for the FBI to trace him.
(b) He likes the idea of having beautiful women around.
(c) It makes his check-cashing scheme more believable.
(d) Banks are starting to tell him that they don't believe he is a pilot.
3. How much does Frank make by stealing money from small deposits that people make at the bank?
(a) More than a million dollars.
(b) More than $40,000.
(c) More than $2,000.
(d) More than $10,000.
4. How does Frank spend his time in Malmo Prison?
(a) He writes his life story.
(b) He studies law, hoping to find a loophole in his case.
(c) He wanders aimlessly around the prison.
(d) He takes classes in art.
5. Which of the following activities is Frank the first known check forger ever to do?
(a) Steal such a large amount of money in such a short time.
(b) Manipulate the routing numbers on the bottom of checks.
(c) Print his own checks with a printing press.
(d) Travel around the country while forging checks.
6. What does Frank learn from Pixie, the commercial artist?
(a) The routing numbers on checks tell where a bank is located.
(b) Las Vegas is the perfect place for him to operate for a while.
(c) With an I-Tek camera and a printing press he can print his own checks.
(d) The FBI are still looking for him and they are getting closer.
7. How does Frank dupe Cheryl?
(a) He pays her with a credit card that is over its limit.
(b) He pays her with a worthless check, so she doesn't get paid at all.
(c) He pays her with a phony check, and she gives him $400.00 in change.
(d) He convinces her that he pays her in a few days when he gets paid.
8. Which of Frank's relatives lives near Montpellier?
(a) His aunt and uncle.
(b) His parents.
(c) His grandparents.
(d) His cousins.
9. Where does Frank go in an attempt to escape the manhunt for him?
(a) Las Vegas.
(c) New York City.
(d) Washington D.C..
10. Whose intervention saves Frank from being turned over to the FBI while he is in jail in Boston?
(a) A bail bondsman.
(b) A Pan Am pilot.
(c) A state trooper.
(d) A desk sergeant.
11. Where does Frank go with the money he makes from his account deposit scheme?
(b) New York City.
12. Why is Frank almost caught because of one of his corporate expense checks?
(a) The check is not a good forgery and it is detected.
(b) He passes a phony check to the same bank teller twice.
(c) He forgets he writes his own name and address on the back.
(d) He does not realize the FBI is tracking his phony checks.
13. How do the French police locate Frank?
(a) The FBI tell them where to find Frank.
(b) They receive a tip from an Air France flight attendant.
(c) Frank's grandparents turn him in for his own good.
(d) They follow a paper trail of forged checks.
14. Who prints Pan Am payroll checks for Frank?
(a) He prints them himself.
(b) Pam Am prints them for Frank.
(c) His girlfriend's father.
(d) An English printer.
15. What plans does Frank make for his future while he is living in Montpellier?
(a) He hopes to get a legitimate job working for an airline.
(b) He is thinking of moving in with his grandparents.
(c) He plans to loaf for the rest of his life.
(d) He is considering returning to school.
Short Answer Questions
1. What does Frank expect happens when he is released from Perpignan?
2. How does Frank get a security guard's uniform?
3. Does Frank make money on the intern scheme?
4. How does Frank eventually pay his bail bondsman?
5. Why can't the American Consulate intervene on Frank's behalf?
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