Every bloody year, without fail, at least one paper will publish a silly little "test yourself" page for GCSEs and A-levels...the questions chosen are always the sort you'd only find on the first page of a very easy exam and nothing more.
Like this... http://www.theguardian.com/education...ience-a-levels
What is journalists problem with publishing this cherry picked crap? And why do the moronic public actually believe this? It's multiple choice too making it seem even easier.
The media and their stupid "test yourself" exams. Watch
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Last edited by TheGuy117; 17-08-2013 at 17:23.
- 17-08-2013 17:22
- 17-08-2013 20:04
The idea that these are 'very easy' is ridiculous, I study English at uni, so I did the English test, the majority of the questions were misleading or had very obscure answers. No English test I've actually sat asks you to give names for grammatical nonsense.
- 19-08-2013 13:07
A-Levels aren't easy, anyone who sat them knows that. You have to work your hardest to achieve the results just like anything in life. Didn't encounter a single MCQ at A-Level unlike what you see in that Guardian link.
- 19-08-2013 13:10
The maths one is stupid. The exam isn't a 50/50 guess, you have to actually work out the answer. Does your average person know what integration is?
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