F in Exams: The Best Test Paper Blunders

F in Exams The Best Test Paper Blunders F stands for funny in this perfect gift for students or anyone who has ever had to struggle through a test and needs a good laugh Celebrating the creative side of failure in a way we can all relate to

  • Title: F in Exams: The Best Test Paper Blunders
  • Author: Richard Benson
  • ISBN: 9781840247008
  • Page: 144
  • Format: Paperback
  • F stands for funny in this perfect gift for students or anyone who has ever had to struggle through a test and needs a good laugh Celebrating the creative side of failure in a way we can all relate to, F in Exams gathers the most hilarious and inventive test answers provided by students who, faced with a question they have no hope of getting right, decide to have a littF stands for funny in this perfect gift for students or anyone who has ever had to struggle through a test and needs a good laugh Celebrating the creative side of failure in a way we can all relate to, F in Exams gathers the most hilarious and inventive test answers provided by students who, faced with a question they have no hope of getting right, decide to have a little fun instead Whether in science Q What is the highest frequency noise that a human can register A Mariah Carey , the humanities Q What did Mahatma Gandhi and Genghis Khan have in common A Unusual names , math, or other subjects, these 250 entries prove that while everyone enjoys the spectacle of failure, it s even sweeter to see a FAIL turn into a WIN.

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    1. Necessity is the mother of invention. When these students didn't know the answers, they pulled out all the stops to come up with something- sometimes with hilarious results. At other times though, I despaired for the futureI think that F in Exams would be enjoyed the most by current or former educators. I read some of these aloud to my husband who used to be a college professor and he laughed so hard that he had tears in his eyes. Then, it led to a conversation about not knowing the answers on t [...]


    2. Absolutely loved this one!Many of these weirdly funny answers have been circulating on the social media, so it's not entirely new to me, but it's always hilarious to see this mostly wrong yet refreshingly different answers.------------There is a running joke in our college, when a Chemical Engineering student was asked during his Electrical lab exam: "How do you start an induction motor?". The guy had no clue, but plunged ahead - "mmmmmMMMMM" "Stop it!" The chagrined examiner roared. The boy dut [...]



    3. What was the main industry in Persia? - cats!What is conditional probability? - maybe, maybe not.Describe the term "stakeholder." - a vampire hunter. buffy being the most famous.Define the term "intensive farming." - it is when a farmer never has a day off. Name six animals that live specifically in the Arctic.- two polar bears & four seals.Where was the Declaration of Independence signed?- at the bottom. duh.Name the smaller rivers that run into the Nile.- the juveniles


    4. LOL!!!!!!! I wish i had the balls to write such atrocities as a way of improvising. Whether you are a college student, or still in HS, there are questions for everyone to identify with- I can guarantee you a deja-vu or two! :PThe Bio section was definitely my favorite oneme i wanted to share hereWhat is a "stakeholder"?Someone who kills vampires. Buffy being the most famous. haha!!


    5. When I was much younger, a 10th-grade vocabulary quiz had a word I couldn't remember how to spell or to define. Knowing that any answer I gave would be way off, my attempt to use the word in a sentence read, "The psychophant pulled back the curtain with his trunk and stabbed her to death with his tusks."I don't know if a record of that answer exists anywhere, but this book is a collection of exactly that sort of answers from students who knew they would lose the point but decided to go for laugh [...]


    6. Funny thing happened on the way to old age: I now realize that I could not pass the SAT test to enter college again. But I can tell that some of these questions are from college courses because I never knew the answers and will never learn them. This is fun to read while watching the horrible news, news that even my husband is finding stressful. He didn't even mind my laughing out loud and saying, "You have to hear this one!" Question: "Give the name of two gases that may contribute to global wa [...]


    7. The book was much less funny than I thought it would be. About half-way through I thought, "do I have to keep reading this? I do if I want to review it"So here we are.A couple problems with the book:1: I don't believe the answers are real. Or, if they're real, they're transposed. That, for me, takes something away from the book. I want authenticity. As a teacher, I've seen bad answers on tests. At this point, they don't seem funny to me any more. They just piss me off.I'll ask students to use vo [...]


    8. 2.5 starsLiked it for the most part, it was kind of disappointing though in that I was expecting a lot more laughs. I guess it was still enjoyable even though it wasn't as funny as I thought it would be. Also, I'd already come across quite a few of the 'hilarious and inventive' test answers before so that was a bit of a let down as well. Favourite answer:Is the sun or moon more important?The moon gives us light at night when we need it. The sun only provides light in the day when we don't. There [...]


    9. I had pretty mixed feelings about this book. For a comedy book it wasn't very funny. In fact, only 10% of the "funny" answers got a laugh of out me. Most of the answers were just plain stupid, especially the farming bit (under Geography). Stupidity isn't humorous. In fact, I'd wager a guess that the author came up with a significant portion of the answers since they had all the same "OMG I'm trying too hard to be funnies!" feeling to them.The bits that were funny were more in line with tongue in [...]


    10. Discuss the style of Romeo and Juliet.It is written in Islamic pentameter. The play is full of heroic couplets, one example being Romeo + Juliet themselvesFL!!


    11. This book is really amusing. My favorite answers to exam questions were:Write the first and second Laws of Thermodynamics.First rule of thermodynamics is that you do not talk about thermodynamics.Second rule of thermodynamics is that you do not talk about thermodynamics.There are 300 students in the 10th grade. Mark and Mary want to find out their 10th grade's favorite color. Mary asks 30 people. Mark asks 150 people. Mark says, "My conclusions are more likely to be reliable than Mary's." Why do [...]


    12. Entertaining.Favorite QuotesGive a brief explanation of the meaning of the term "hard water."IceWhat is the highest frequency noise that a human can register?Mariah CareyIs the sun or moon more important?The moon gives us light at night when we need it. The sun only provides light in the day when we don't. Therefore the moon is more important.Write two thousand in figures. Two thousand in figuresWhat happens during a census? During the census, a man goes door to door and increases the population [...]


    13. Q: Explain the concept of homeostasis?A: It is when you stay at home all day and don’t go out.Тази година на приемния изпит по биология в МУ-София се падна тема за хомеостаза, та се чудя колко ли биха писали на кандидат, написал такава чудесия. Аз пък, от своя страна, днес бях в перфектна "хомеостаза" и трябваше само [...]


    14. Time for a Devlin Pop Quiz boys and girls…Question: What does reading this book of wrong test answers teach us as a group?a) that recesses need to be reduced to encourage more group study timeb) that recesses need to be longer to reduce student stress levelsc) that libraries are dangerously under-stocked on the necessary booksd) teachers are grossly underpaid(view spoiler)[I’d go with answer “d”, class. (hide spoiler)]Devlin


    15. I keep stealing people's stocking-fillers to read. This one was my housemate's. It's pretty much along the same lines as one of those email forwards I used to get all the time, about silly things people wrote on exam papers. Some of these are pretty unbelievably silly, but anyway, it's worth a giggle or two.


    16. Just funny test answers kids wrote.Example: Hugo King is an engineer. He is a sole trader. Explain the business term "sole trader."It means he sold his sole to the devil!Good for a laugh.



    17. I've seen the internet meme dozens of times and thought it was cute. I hoped this book would be more of the same -- and it was - exactly. I've read all the "good" mistakes in this book previously on the internet, and the "lesser" mistakes really weren't too funny. For those of you who haven't seen them, some of the answers seem to legitimately be kids either making a wild or logical guess (find "x" in this equation, and the kids circles the "x"), but others sound made up to fill the book -- the [...]



    18. Notice the strange combination of tags that I gave for this book: Both the fiction and non-fiction label. I did that because although I read the front, back, and every page in the book, trying to find out how they gathered these "test answers," I couldn't find a single scrap of info. Did they ask teachers to submit funny answers? Did they ask students to do it? Or did they just make them up? I know the book was meant to be entertaining, not necessarily factual, but the lack of transparency on ho [...]


    19. This was a very quick read. I think it took me all of 10-15 minutes. I'd say it's a good book to have out as a coffee table book, or in a waiting room. Some of the examples are very funny, others less so. You may have already seen several of these funny answers somewhere on the internet (funnyexams comes to mind). The humor of the book is somewhat lessened to me because I'm concerned that many of the examples are fake. If you notice, *several* of the examples are written in the same "handwriting [...]


    20. Reaction before reading: I saw this book at Urban Outfitters and it looks great! I'm so glad my library had it :D I just hope it's actually entertainingRating: 2 Stars :( For a book that's supposed to be funny and entertaining it's really not very funny. Most of the test answers in the book were pretty "dumb" and not hilarious like I hoped. There were a few answers that I found myself laughing at but many of these questions and answers I've seen on websites such as pinterest (<3),tumblr and f [...]


    21. An altogether too funny collection. Here's a classics gem: Who was the author of The Republic and The Apology? Play-doh. Yes. I can feel the animated Greek philosophers coming on now. Who else would star?. Hmmm Socksies, 'Arris and 'is bottle, Piethugs and Ark-I-Needy (because it's raining) .And here's a perfectly reasonable answer to a physics questionGive 3 ways to reduce heat loss in your home.1. Thermal underwear2. Move to Hawaii3. Close the door. i mean if examiners will ask such stupid que [...]


    22. These aren't honest errors, which can be funny. Most of these are the results of test-takers with no ideas writing irrelevant non-answers trying to get cute points. There's just not enough here, and the "blunders" are not funny enough to merit this book. I'll be honest - several of these seem to be made up, quite possibly by the author to flesh out the book.It's just not worth your time to look at and certainly mot worth your money to buy as anything more than a gag gift. It is what it is, but y [...]


    23. I really like this book because even though he got fs in his quizzes it was still pretty funny how he answered he's questions. I wouldn't recommend copying the answers from this book because there just going to fail you and your teachers are going to think that you are crazy. I can't wait to read the other books if there are.






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