There are many tests that go on and on and on for pages and pages, and physics tests are some of the worst. You have to come up with the right answer and show your work to get full credit, but some teachers will throw you a bone. A dinosaur bone, that is.
We’ve seen many tests that have joke questions to take the pressure off at the end, but this one is sneaky. You have to read the whole question to figure out that there is no math involved – just draw a cool dino and be on your way.
Can't Slip One Past This Teacher
Ryan was working on his spelling – which can be difficult for some – and he seemed to be having a tough time with one of the words. His dad, an actuary or someone with similar employment, stepped in to see if he could help in any way.
The word that Ryan was supposed to be spelling was “disappear,” but Ryan's dad saw a different word, “appraised.” Incredibly, they have the exact same letters, just in a different order. However, “appraised” is a bit of a tough word for someone of Ryan's age, giving this teacher a hint that he had some help.
Be Back by Second Breakfast
Maybe you had to hit the john for a little bit of fluid regulation, or you needed to go to the library to study for a certain project. Whatever the reason, getting a hall pass from a teacher is something that has been going on in high schools for fifty years or more.
This teacher must have gotten sick of writing a “corridor pass” for one certain student, so he or she decided to have a little bit of fun with it. This little guy was on a long quest to throw the ring into the fires of Mount Doom.
They've Seen It All
Cheating has always been something that teachers have to deal with, but most of the time, cheaters get a better score than this. How can you get 0 when you have found the answers illicitly? Somebody tried to do the old peek at the next person's answers trick, but it didn't exactly work out.
We do not know why this person thought it would work since there was apparently an extra question at the bottom or something like that, but the teacher saw through it in an instant. The dreaded red pen came out, and the student was shamed all the way to Shame Town.
Going With What Works
Not everyone is great at math and science. Some people find that they're far better at expressing themselves using art. This artist was worried about his or her work in a science test, so a small defender of the grade was added at the top once all the other work was done.
The handwriting is a little sloppy, but it says, “this ninja prevents anything less than a C.” Not even teachers will mess with a ninja, so it worked. Twice, even. This student is better at science than first believed. The penmanship needs a little bit of work, though.