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Funny story:  'A' Level in Madness  -  Are you mad enough to take this exam?

'A' Level in Madness - Are you mad enough to take this exam?

Recently Ofqual has attacked 'unacceptable' exam paper blunders; A 'rogue' question inserted into an AS-level maths exam, worth 11 per cent of the total mark, sat by almost 6,800 students, the exam board blundered to calculate the correct length for the shortest route along a network of tracks in a forest equal to an equation set out in the test paper... An AS-level business studies exam, ma...
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Funny story:  English A-Levels Boring

English A-Levels Boring

Today, findings have been released by the Association Of A-Level Students (Having Fun) [ALSHF], proving that English A-Levels are, indeed, boring. The findings have been fought in legal proceedings for fifteen years, the British Government believi...
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Funny story:  Yet another 'A' level results Schocker

Yet another 'A' level results Schocker

It never ends! More Educational 'Hoo Ha' over 'seemingly' inflated 'A' level results. Oh what a surprise! Who do those Educators think they're fooling? Tomfoolery, fiddling of results etc. is rife an has been going on for decades in all branc...
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Funny story:  2 year old gets an A* at Maths A-Level

2 year old gets an A* at Maths A-Level

A 2 year old boy has become the youngest person ever to attain an A* grade at Maths A-Level. Abdullah Khan from Oxford has only been studying maths for 3 months but his parents believe he has a natural talent with figures. 'It all started when...
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Funny story:  Everyone will get A stars in A levels from now

Everyone will get A stars in A levels from now

Everyone will get A stars in A levels from now, it has been announced. The Government decided that the old system, whereby some students got Bs, Cs, Ds and ever less, was unfair, since it discriminates against candidates according to how clever th...
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Funny story:  Record A Level Results Announced

Record A Level Results Announced

Remarkable results this year for A level results as 100% of papers were awarded A* grades. Speaking on behalf of the Department for Education Mr C Dick said "All this nonsense about papers getting easier is very frustrating. These exams are reall...
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Funny story:  Child Genius Gets Another A Level

Child Genius Gets Another A Level

Three Year Old Rancid Mohamad Deepengin passed his 5th A Level exam yesterday, this time it was in Physics. Three year old Rancid (a self confessed bookworm and proper little know-it-all) said that when he grows up he wants to be a nuclear physicist...
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Funny story:  DC Barry Hopper from the play 'Murmuring Judges' is a Psychopath

DC Barry Hopper from the play 'Murmuring Judges' is a Psychopath

DC Barry Hopper, the protagonist in David Hare's boring and over-analysed play, 'Murmuring Judges' is a raving loon and psychopath said, his former partner Abdul 'Jimmy' Khan. "While he may be a figment of David Hare's lack of imagination, Barry H...
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Funny story:  A-Level passes reach 110% in another glorious year

A-Level passes reach 110% in another glorious year

Figures from the Joint Examiners for Learning Qualifications (JELQ) show 110.2% of entries in England, Wales and Northern Ireland passed, up from 109.9%. This means that 10% more students passed their exams than actually took them, a triumph for o...
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Funny story:  A Levels Getting Harder

A Levels Getting Harder

The usual late summer comment that A Levels are getting easier has been overturned it was revealed today. The comment that thousands of teenagers only have to turn up to get an A star at A Level has been dispelled by suggestions that they are getting...
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Funny story:  A Levels - Shock as they stay the same

A Levels - Shock as they stay the same

Political pundits, teachers and pupils are gearing up for the release of A Level results in the next two weeks, with the shock news that results have stayed exactly the same as last year.
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