Written by masterchev

Saturday, 16 October 2010

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Bye bye sleepless nights.

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 walk round local "Intellect-Camp" in North Wales, where a thirteen year old delinquent yelled calmly "Shut up you scrubs. I can't get down from this tree."

Rather than write the essays which are recognised at GCSE level, students will now to have to simply draw their feelings onto the exam paper. Multiple choice questions will be reduced to single choice questions, whereas oral examinations will be conducted via text.

Pass rates will soar exponentially for the first two years, and eventually drop sharply following complaints "it's still too hard"

[url target=self]http://www.thespoof.com/news/magazine/brand_new_gcse_paper_7585.htm">Click here for a sample GCSE exam expected by the newly opened "Spoof Exam Board"

The story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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Topics: Exams, GCSE




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