Funny Test Answers Given By Junior High Students
Funny, But True!
The majority of my junior high years was spent trying to fit in and adjusting to the new class schedules. Trying to comprehend pre-algebra was a mental challenge. I was not the most studious adolescent; in fact, I spent most of my time out of the classroom, pretending to be sick at home.
For me, a test was overwhelming, let alone a basic quiz of knowledge. Given that I barely studied, my responses at the time were somewhat humorous. But you must believe me when I tell you that they were actually quite sincere. Since the questions were garbled bits of information my mind couldn't process, I simply wrote whatever came to my mind in response. The reason for this is another story and I may have to post an article on this in the near future.
Today as an educator, I come across some interesting test answers to questions I'm sure baffle the mind of many adults. I love how the young mind responds with quick wit. I decided to share some of the most recent findings with readers.
Yes, have a good laugh; but remember, some of the responses are written with serious intentions. You just have to admire the adolescent spirit of creativity!
English Is All Greek To Me!
Name three articles of clothing Jon can wear to school.
A shirt and a pair of pants.
Use the word “doldrums” in a sentence.
I cannot play the doldrums.
In what circumstances does the fourth act of “Hamlet” begin?
It starts immediately after the third act.
A short and sarcastic poem
Name three relative pronouns.
My aunt, my uncle, and my brother.
Who is it that helped Theseus escape from the labyrinth?
Visual Aids For The Teacher
Science Is A Mystery
Over the last 50 years there has been a significant change in the concentration of carbon dioxide. Give a reason for this.
It is easily distracted.
List five ways that plants interact with each other.
They don’t. They’re plants. They can’t talk or hang out. Is this a trick question?
Give three ways to reduce heat loss in your home.
1. Thermal underwear 2. Move to Hawaii 3. Close the door
In the Hawaiian Islands there are about 500 difference species of fruit fly. Give a reason for this.
There are approximately 500 varieties of fruit.
To become a German citizen.
The Exact Angle?
Math: I Can't Figure It Out!
A train is blowing its whistle while traveling at 33 miles per second. The speed of sound is 343 miles per second. If you are directly in front of the train, what is the whistle frequency you hear?
You will get hit by a train before you can even figure out what that whistling sound is.
Steve is driving a car. He is traveling at 60 feet/second and the speed limit is 40 mph. Is Steve speeding?
He could find out by checking his speedometer.
What is a random variable?
Someone with multiple personalities.
If Andrew invests $25,000 at 8.5% APR compounded monthly, how much money will he have after ten years?
$0, with the economy like it is.
Math Is Visually Attractive
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Humor Makes The World Better
Who Knows Their History?
Why was the Berlin wall built?
—Germany was competing with China.
When did the founding fathers draft the constitution?
—It was a second round pick, right after LeBron James
What did Mahatma Gandhi and Genghis Khan have in common?
It Is Just Common Sense
There are 250 eleventh grade students. Tina and Phil want to know what color the students favor most. Tina asks 50 people. Phil asks 200 people. Phil states his conclusions are more reliable than Tina’s. Why does Phil believe he is right?
—Because Phil is a man.
What is a partnership?
—A ship that takes two people to drive.
In the US, what is the chief cause of divorce?
What is the purpose of a US census?
—During the census a man goes from door to door and increases the population.
What do the people of North Dakota raise?
Where is Chicago?
—Right now, they’re in 5th place.
Give an example of a smoking-related disease.
What does it mean when we say he has a terminal illness?
—He became ill at the airport.
What is the significance of an altar?
It's All Relative
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