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    do the examiners still have to go through your whole paper even if for half of the questions you're basically taking the piss? like if you have a few serious questions after it.. :p:
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    (Original post by dystopiacalls)
    In AS General Studies last year everyone in our 6th form put "Ninjas got the skills to pay the bills" somewhere. Came out with full marks on that paper! ...Maybe I should be a ninja..?
    I wouldn't, no pension.

    How can you get full marks when obviously at least one question is wrong? Exams eh...

    (Original post by menaa-x)
    do the examiners still have to go through your whole paper even if for half of the questions you're basically taking the piss? like if you have a few serious questions after it.. :p:
    Love to see the exam boards newsletters, I bet they have some really funny ones in there.

    Like the answer to is hell exothermic, although that one is made up I think.
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    General Studies, last year.

    A question vaguely related to some statistics released by the Conservative Party. I glanced at the clock, realised that my verbosity had left me with five minutes of writing time left to go, and just scribbled "David Cameron is a sanctimonious arse".

    Walked out. Got a U.
    I don't think I've ever been prouder of a failure.
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    (Original post by JMonkey)
    I wouldn't, no pension.

    How can you get full marks when obviously at least one question is wrong? Exams eh...
    RAW marks may not have been full but in UMS they probably were :p:
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    In maths gcse the question was something like 'expand (2x + 3)(x - 1)'

    So I wrote:
    (.....2.....x.....+.....3.....).....(.....x.....-.....1.....)
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    Well I didn't really get the question wrong. It was on economic changes due to technology and an everchanging world or something. I wrote like pages first and finished with the ninjas quote.

    I had to put it in somewhere- the forfeit was awful.

    *I'm a terrible liar so there was no getting away with it*
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    (Original post by chazzyboy)
    In maths gcse the question was something like 'expand (2x + 3)(x - 1)'

    So I wrote:
    (.....2.....x.....+.....3.....).....(.....x.....-.....1.....)

    Technically correct, the best kind of correct.

    The answer is of course:

    I'm to good for this exam.

    (Original post by menaa-x)
    RAW marks may not have been full but in UMS they probably were :p:
    Ah course good old bell curves.
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    Oh god. Today. Don't want to go into details because i may cry, but yeah. I'm sensing a very poor mark for one of the essays i just wrote in that exam! Damn you politics elective
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    whats this ninja quote so many people mention? 8-)
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    I started draing butterflies and apologized for not being able to answer the question. math exam haha
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    LOL and he got 100%
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    I didn't have enough time to finish my Classicla Civ. exam the other day so I left a lil sweet note, "I wasn't able to finish this exam on time "

    I'm hoping they will take pity on me.
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    My maths teacher was talking about how boring it can be marking tons of maths papers and mentioned that sometimes people write little messages which break up the montony. Nothing very funny though, usually just thinks like "i'm sorry i couldn't do this" etc. I plan if i have extra time in the maths exam to write a litttle joke, to cheer the marker up and hopefully they will slip me a few extra marks
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    That people who use MySpace probably don't know much about contraception as they are not typically very intelligent

    General Studies of course!
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    I stated in a general studies exam that parents who drive their kids to school in 4x4's should be heavily fined and have their cars crushed just see what mark i'd get. Got an A for it

    The question was something about reducing traffic congestion during school hours.
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    All of my exams I wrote at the back

    "Only God Can Judge Me"

    lol
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    In my gcse RE, I said "God made it that way" for a question. Thats the answer for everything! :yep:
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    To be honest I ******* hate fine art and think its completely irrelevant.
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    why dont i have sucha funny imagination :p:
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    (Original post by Myth717)
    All of my exams I wrote at the back

    "Only God Can Judge Me"

    lol
    *reps* :laugh:

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