Thursday, 21 June 2007-Stupid Things Done In Exams. Don’t. Please.

July 31, 2011 at 9:08 am (Uncategorized)


Our human race, Praised be our Lord, is blessed with the highest intelligence level when compared to other creatures. However, sometimes humans- teenagers- insult these blessings to SUCH an extent, that even ANIMALS seem to be more brainy than them.

You think you’re not among these people? Think again. When was the last time you had an exam? The THINGS people do in exam rooms is exactly what I’m talking about. Here is an overview of a FEW things they do:

1) Farting. Yes, that happened. Twice. And I know which species of human did it. Definitely not the girls, it’s too shameful for us. It was some random guy who thought that expelling gas after the exam was probably therapeutic. Please, even if it’s relaxing for you, don’t do it. It’s anything but stress relieving for us.

2) Turning around and giving the thumbs up sign, with a grin reaching both ends of your ears, while the person behind you is gritting her teeth. Yes. The exam was good for you and bad for me. GOOD FOR YOU!

3) Whistling. Today we had our physics GCSE exam, and some canaries behind us thought it was really cool to start whistling, despite Sister Anne-Marie telling them to shut their traps. There was nothing good about that exam. WHY did they whistle?

4) The coughing chain reaction. I once committed a huge mistake. I coughed. Sooner than you can say ‘khaybah’, I heard a rainstorm of coughs coming from random guy no.1, random guy no.2 and random guy no.3. Very funny. Now let me get on with my exam!

5) Dancing in your chair. I know exam times get really stressful and you hate being stuck in the same chair for two hours or more. But dancing and moving your foot from the ground to the ceiling is a definite no-no when it comes to exam etiquette. It’s just crying out for a kick from the person sitting next to you.

Wouldn’t it be great if we all sat like goody-two-shoes in our seats and did our exams decently without vying for attention? This is what our mums did. Now it’s our turn.

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