There is nothing quite like the sinking feeling(不祥预感，不安)that comes with turning over
a test paper and realising you don't know what the answers
These pictures reveal some of the comical wrong answers given by clueless
students when presented with a question that leaves them
One pupil was posed with the question: 'The first cells were probably...?',
to which he answered: 'lonely'.
Another student, who was clearly struggling in a maths test when asked to
fill in whether one number was greater or lesser than another simply wrote 'or'
A student who was asked 'A basketball is inflated in a building and then
taken outside. The football appears to shrink slightly once it is outside. What
can be said about the temperature outside?', to which he answered: 'It can
change basketballs into
One child, who clearly had no clue what the answer to his test question was,
sketched a picture of himself leaping over a hurdle with a speech bubble filled
with the words: 'I run so hard in hope that you give Sam an
One rebel was instructed not to 'write your essay on this page', but instead
wrote the words 'your essay' on that very
One teacher seemed rather impressed with this student's 'math machine'