At the start of the exam, the invigilator says, "You have exactly 2 hours. I will not accept any papers after this time has elapsed."
Two hours later, the invigilator calls out, "Time's up, Ladies and Gentlemen."
One student is still scribbling away ten minutes later when the invigilator has all the collected papers in a large stack front of him. Slowly, the student finishes up and walks over to hand in his paper, but the invigilator refuses to accept it. The student puffs up his chest and says:
"Do you have any idea who I am?"
"No," says the invigilator.
"Great," says the student as he slips his paper into the middle of the stack.
How school works:
In class: 2+2=4.
Exam: John had 4 apples. He eats one and gives one to a friend. Calculate the Sun's mass.
"Gud luk 2 evry1 gettin ther resultz 2moro"
Thank you - I can tell you your English result already if you want.
For our chemistry exam we had to write a thousand words on acid.
Unfortunately my pen turned into a gorilla and the floor melted.
BBC News: "Teachers all across Britain are holding a strike tomorrow regarding recent payment cuts."
Somebody should tell them that it's their own time they're wasting, not ours.