Have you ever been in an exam room and the examiner hands you the test that you clearly know you are not adequately prepared for? Don’t worry we’ve all been there.
If you go through the questions and realize you are not familiar with any of them, you only have two ways out; one, just gives up or two, give it your wits best.
The compilation below will show you never to give up even when the going’s tough.
This kid clearly knew he wouldn’t score a perfect 100 percent. And whatever answers he missed, he made up for with a stick ninja. Boohoo! It got the teacher really good.
Sure Math is not everyone’s cup of tea. But, when all else fails, just use reasoning and logic. Stick it to the man!
Well, given the circumstances, I guess this student read this question and came to the most feasible conclusion: If Alice can’t see anything, then Alice is blind. Period!
If the questions put you between a rock and a very hard place, the only option you have is to look up to a greater being than you and humbly ask for help.
When all the possible answers in the MCQs don’t make any sense to you, and you feel they unjustly reflect your opinions, so you decide to add your answer makes more sense.
In all fairness, the question did ask that the student illustrate their answer. Since the student knows his religion, he did what he thought was noble. I don’t know; you be the judge.
Ever heard of Occam’s razor? The simplest explanation is usually the most correct one. This Child knows that principle very well.
I think this student deserves an A. The question was pretty straightforward. So, they drew a picture and clearly labeled it. After all, it’s worth a thousand.
To be honest, you would have also thought the same thing, if you didn’t have any idea of what a monarch you had never seen when they first ascended to the throne.
When the brain refuses to think, and you need to fill in the blank spaces. Employing some creativity will get you out of the rut you stuck in.
They say that the devil is always in the details. So, for this student, this was a trick question, and he believed that the answer lied to the question itself. Therefore, he did it his way.
Sometimes, the brain reaches the limit of thinking, and you simply have to let it do its thing. And like this Student said, if a country can’t solve its problems, why the hell would they expect a student to know how to go about it?
To change centimeters into meters, you simply divide by a hundred. Cent is a prefix denoting a hundred. So, don’t you think this student’s line of thinking was on the right track?
I can only imagine what this kid was thinking, “Duh it’s right here!”. I really wish we would see all their other answers.
On the first sentence, I would give up if I saw such a question. It looks like naming words and figures, although it ain’t about that. This kid gave up on the way to solving and gave out a funny answer.
Talk about taking things way too literally. The question wanted the student to draw a plant cell. So, they drew a plant in a cell. And they even labeled it for good measure.
All the above examples are just a simple way of telling you that, people are unique in their way. And that, we all perceive things and interpret them differently.
But at the end of the day, as one philosopher once said that, there are no right or wrong answers. It’s just the way you perceive them (But if you ask me, I think he was drunk!)