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Funny story:  Justin Bieber Having Trouble Over Intimacy With Doctor

Justin Bieber Having Trouble Over Intimacy With Doctor

"I don't know if something happened to me in early childhood or what but I cannot stand getting a physical every year...but I guess I must", he told a friend while back at home. The friend stated that he knew the feeling as he was the same way wit...
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Funny story:  Fat children 'do better in exams'

Fat children 'do better in exams'

Young children who do not exercise very much are more likely to perform better in exams as they grow up, according to researchers at the Institute of Obesity, Glasgow. Avoidance of exercise particularly helps girls do better in written exams in P.
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Funny story:  Animals Outperform Kids As GCSE Results Slump

Animals Outperform Kids As GCSE Results Slump

Education chiefs have been left reeling after a shock slump in GCSE results. When it comes to getting the grades, the female of the species has been consistently more deadly than the male. But for the first time, both boys and girls have been out...
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Funny story:  Students using rugs to boost exam performance

Students using rugs to boost exam performance

Increasing numbers of Britain's students are using hand-made drugs to boost their academic performance. Typically, students facing exams wrap a cosy rug around themselves whilst complaining that the exam hall is too cold. This procedure enables s...
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Funny story:  Creationism exam has record pass rate

Creationism exam has record pass rate

Creationists are crowing that their faith based schools have the highest exam pass rate of any school in the world, with all of their pupils attaining the maximum one hundred percent in all of their papers, including science. "This is a true examp...
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Funny story:  Oxford University's Pushy Parents - The Answer

Oxford University's Pushy Parents - The Answer

A top academic reckons he has the perfect answer to 'pushy parents' who are increasingly encouraging their children to query marks at institutions such as Oxford University. These parents have become accustomed to paying for re-sits and re-marks a...
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Funny story:  Student wins 37 A-levels

Student wins 37 A-levels

Today, teenagers across the whole of England, Wales and Northern Ireland are celebrating their excellent exam results - or else planning the rest of their life as an exam-failing looter. Scottish teenagers do not take exams, and are judged instead on...
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Funny story:  Home Office Sued Over Wrong Citizenship Tests

Home Office Sued Over Wrong Citizenship Tests

Five thousand disgruntled potential British citizens are threatening to sue the Home Office after a pizza delivery boy mixed up the citizenship tests with several thousand GSCE exam papers. It seems that the people were given GSCE papers, rather t...
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Funny story:  145% of maths teachers can't do maths

145% of maths teachers can't do maths

A recent survey of maths teachers at secondary schools in England has revealed that nearly ninety percent believe themselves to be above average. Worst still, they have been told that ninety percent believe themselves to be above average, and do not...
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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:  A-Level and GCSE Standards Fall To Alarming Levels

A-Level and GCSE Standards Fall To Alarming Levels

Exams standards watchdog, Ofqual, is to launch an investigation into the standards of exams taken every year by youngsters. This will be the largest inquiry by the regulator and is expected to cover annual rises in grades, the perceived difficulty...
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Funny story:  Education System Failing Procrastinators

Education System Failing Procrastinators

BIRMINGHAM - New research by the University of Birimingham says that Britain's education system is failing the procrastinators and the don't-give-a-shitists. A national campaign spearheaded by Inhopeless has been started in earnest. "I was a ma...
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Funny story:  History Exam Paper: World War Two

History Exam Paper: World War Two

Describe the events leading up to the start of WW2 Try to include names and dates. Once, there was this bloke named Nazi, and he had some friends called Hitler and Adolf and thier gang was called German. One day, they had an argument with a gang called the Poland. The Poland people did not want to be mates with Nazi and his friends, so, Hitler and Adolf beat them up. But, the Polands had s...
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Funny story:  Royal Wedding Will Directly Affect Exam Results in UK

Royal Wedding Will Directly Affect Exam Results in UK

"Royal wedding could disrupt exam build-up, teachers warn. Head teachers have warned that the timing of the royal wedding could cause problems in schools because it falls just days before the national Sats tests." What a load of shit. This 'observation' is front page news in UK. So, students who are 'sitting' exams or SATS around the date of the Royal Wedding...you now have an excuse (or w...
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Funny story:  Work Experience Exams to Occur in Coffee-Making and Photocopying

Work Experience Exams to Occur in Coffee-Making and Photocopying

Although work experience, a begrudging ritual for tens of thousands of 15 and 16-year olds, is not until late July, some schools have supplemented lessons which teach students how to apply for a placement, with lessons that teach students the art of...
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Funny story:  Brand new GCSE paper

Brand new GCSE paper

In relation to Satirical Article concerning GCSE exams. 17 hour exam. 1) Describe the term racism. [ ] Having a different behaviour against another person. 2) What are the Christian teaching on Christianity? (36) Christianity was _____. [Good] 3) With the use of illustrations (pictures), discuss how Christians view the idea of Christmas. Make particular reference to what you...
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Funny story:  GCSE's getting easier

GCSE's getting easier

Following a pass rate of 800.C%, examiners are concerned that exams are STILL too easy. So they're dumbing them down to provide for the lower echelons of society. Satirical writer Masterchev was the first to cotton on to this new idea following a...
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Funny story:  Homosexual entrance exams are "too easy" says the Head of  UK Homosexuals

Homosexual entrance exams are "too easy" says the Head of UK Homosexuals

The Head of the UK Homosexuals - technically the most powerful gay in the Westminster village - has criticised the exams that people have to pass to become homosexual. He said that the exams - known as Gay Levels - have become too easy and as a re...
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