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This test consists of 5 multiple choice questions, 5 short answer questions, and 10 short essay questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. When he realizes that airline employees are suspicious of him, how does Frank gather more information about his role as a pilot?
(a) He reads airline magazines.
(b) He uses a method of trial and error.
(c) He goes to the library.
(d) He conducts more interviews.
2. How does Frank find out what a "blue baby" is?
(a) He figures it out when he sees the baby.
(b) He asks an intern.
(c) He checks his pocket medical dictionary.
(d) He asks a nurse.
3. What does Frank do when he is released from the police station in New Orleans?
(a) He buys a plane ticket to Atlanta.
(b) He deadheads to Atlanta.
(c) He goes home to New York City.
(d) He decides to stay with a girlfriend in New Orleans.
4. How long does Frank usually stay in a new apartment?
(a) Long enough to throw the police off his trail.
(b) Long enough to have a new box of checks delivered to him.
(c) Long enough to wait until his next deadhead flight.
(d) Long enough to finish a relationship with his current girlfriend.
5. How does Frank's supervisor at the Attorney General's office treat him?
(a) Like a secretary.
(b) Like a gopher.
(c) Like a future politician.
(d) Like a competent attorney.
Short Answer Questions
1. How does Frank's father react to his reversal in fortune?
2. What skills does Frank have that serve him well if he goes back to school?
3. What does Frank decide to do to make it possible for him to cash more bad checks?
4. How does Frank get a temporary license to practice medicine in Georgia?
5. Why does Frank tell the sales representative that he needs to order 200 I.D. cards when he really only needs one for himself?
Short Essay Questions
1. Describe Frank's appearance.
2. How does his job as a doctor fit into Frank's plans for living in Atlanta?
3. Why do you think that presenting himself as a jokester helps Frank to be accepted and look as though he knows what he is doing in the hospital?
4. What skills do you think Frank needs to have in order to pass himself off as a pilot?
5. How does Frank feel about not being entrusted with any actual legal work?
6. What is Frank's pattern of preparing himself for a new role?
7. How does Frank rely on Pan Am to help him?
8. What are the drawbacks, for Frank, of working as a doctor?
9. Does Frank manage to fool everyone in his new position as a lawyer?
10. First Frank poses as a pilot, then as a pediatrician. Do you see a pattern in his choices of role? Why do you think Frank chooses the roles that he does?
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