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2003-01-17 12:27:43 PM
Physics final on waves (light sound etc.) the class is in the basement room of the physics building and all the walls are cinder block. I have this huge amount of pressure building up and it just can’t be contained. The room is so quiet that the slight buzz from the florescent lights sound like the generators at the hover dam. I lift a cheek to try for the left cheek sneak, just then the girl siting behind me whispers “o my god no….” as my ass goes off like a fog horn it reverberates off the walls. I swear the whole building shook the Prof very calmly said “thank you but I don’t think I put any questions on there on acoustic resonance that was covered on the mid term.”
 
2003-01-17 12:27:59 PM
I farted.

Vote for me.
 
2003-01-17 12:28:07 PM
I remember going to write my first year calc exam, and some asshat at the back had opened up his book like 5 minutes before the exam was supposed to start, the prof sees him strts screaming at him and dashes to the back of the room.(very very large gym) I took the second calc the next semester and first day he talks about the exam and how someone got caught cheting by ripping the booklet cover off his own and another persons and switching them (how one could do this infron of 4 TAs is beyond me), I never did see that asshat again.

Now i get to go present a problem to my linear algebra III class in 3 hours, go d i hate presentations
 
2003-01-17 12:28:46 PM
Wow, my stupidity even surprises me. Now with voting. Again...er..whatever.


This last semester in my Child Development class, an old man walked into the room, sat down in the front row, stared at the prof. for about five minutes and then got up and left. All the while he was talking to himself and giving off a smell that reminded me of moldy dishes.
 
2003-01-17 12:29:02 PM
Doctechnical
(I'm lucky - my doctor is a cutie-pie chick. The prospect of her giving me a finger kinda works for me. I don't think she'll talk dirty for me, though.)


I dunno, any man, or woman, going into the nethereigions...I don't think that puts the lead in my pencil.
 
2003-01-17 12:29:03 PM
It was the early nineties. Wil Wheaton and a bunch of other folks were outside shooting the movie titled Toy Soldiers. Our Victorian era building didn't have air conditioning, so the windows were open. While we were taking a math test, Mr. Wheaton and company filmed a shooting death scene on the front steps over and over. It involved mild profanity. Mild profanity aloud is hilarious to 9th graders who aren't allowed to use any profanity.

The movie wasn't anything special but I enjoyed seeing terrorists shooting up my school.

Toy Soldiers
 
2003-01-17 12:29:25 PM

I was in the Chem 111 final, which was held in an auditorium. This particular final exam was a standardized test given to all chemistry classes of this level and it was a multipule choice "scan-tron" test. I was pulling about a F average in the class, so I had to do well on this final.



So, there I was with my lucky #2 pencil taking the final when my lucky pencil broke. More specificially, the lead to my pencil broke. It was one of those breaks that was up inside the pencil and the sharpend tip of the lead fell out. My heart sank as I could only look on this as a bad omen. Well, I'll just go get it sharpened. Problem. No pencil sharpener. Why would you put a pencil sharpener in an Auditorium?? So I went to the proctor of the exam and asked him for another pencil.



"I don't have any more"


"Can I leave and go find a sharpener?"


"Sure, but I don't think you will find one in this building."



He was correct. I spent about ten minutes roaming the halls and looking in rooms. No pencil sharpener. So I went back and sat down and contemplated my alternatives. My only choice was to forge ahead with what I had, the little lead tip that broke off. Pinching it between my finger and thumb I continued through the test until I completely wore it away. Even to the point that I was placing the small piece on the circle I thought was the correct answer and pressing donw on it in a tiny circular motion. I was only a little more than halfway through the test.



I remember staring at my graphite stained fingers and the tipless pencil when it hit me....my pocket knife. Being an advid "McGuyver" fan I never went anywhere without my swiss army knife. I pulled it out of my pocket and started to whittle myself a new tip for my lucky pencil. Using quick slices, a new tip began to form on the pencil. I could see it was going to work and I was pleased. It was at that moment when I noticed that everyone in my area was stareing at me. Especially the big guy in front of me with the wood shavings in his hair.



Anyway, it worked and I was able to complete the final exam. Turns out that my lucky pencil worked after all. I pulled my average up to a C-.

 
2003-01-17 12:30:28 PM
speaking of cheating, or ways to cheat. In 12th grade Calculus (which I hated!) we had our end of the semester final. I was up SC without a paddle. I routinely used to skip this class and go hang out with my friends. One of them made a comment about how long and thick my hair was the day before the test. Then I got the bright idea to tape a small cheat sheet into my hair, as well as writing the formulas in pencil lightly on the back of my calculator case. So the next day the test starts and I nonchalantly put my hand on my forehead like I'm concentrating. This causes my hair to swing forward and the cheat sheet become viewable. I fumbled through the test and ended up making an 86. Pretty good for not knowing what the hell I was doing.

P.S. Writing the forumulas in pencil on the back of the calculator case also helped in college. =)
 
2003-01-17 12:30:30 PM
Once, I was getting good and lit up before Business Law class. I realized class was coming, but was in the air about if i should go or not. Finally, after finishing my beer, i figured it was time to stumble to class. I get to class, sit down (after a few attempts) and somebody starts handing out Scan-Trons.

"What's this all about?"
"Test. Didn't study?"
"Didn't even know about it"

98/100 and a gold sticker
 
2003-01-17 12:30:43 PM
haha! I'm cracking up, thanks guys!...and gals.

I'm so stupid. Now with voting.



Nyla wake up! LOL
 
2003-01-17 12:31:21 PM
The night before 2 of my finals my freshman year of college, my bf-at-the-time stumbled into 75 hits of Jerry Garcia watercolors acid. For free. A huge house party ensued. I figured that even though my first exam was scheduled for 10am, I would have plenty of time to trip most of the night, pass out for a few hours and get back to normal, then go take my finals. By 8am I was still tripping my ass off and didn't have enough money for a cab. So I made the 45 minute walk back to campus, took a shower and tried to look halfway normal, and went to take my final. It was a make-up exam (I'd missed when the prof. had said the final would be on the last day of class, not the published 'final time', but the prof. had been nice enough to give the make-up for me & another guy who had missed it).
The test was in a small room down a lot of long, complicated hallways in a building I'd never been in, and after I somehow got through the multiple-choice questions, I couldn't find my way back out of the building for about 10 minutes. I waited around at the student union until my 12:30 exam (still tripping but not as strong anymore), and somehow made it through that one, too. The whole time I was convinced that at least 4 other people in the room were tripping, too. I went back to the house after my finals and everyone else was still wide awake & tripping.

The really weird part? I got better grades on those 2 tests than any of my other finals.

Oh, and just say no.
 
2003-01-17 12:31:25 PM
Holy Cow, I just did a search, and found some information about the storm I was talking about above (when I was taking the SAT test at Houston High School). According to this, 3 people were killed in that storm during an F3 tornado:

F3 (158-206 mph winds) - Severe damage to houses including walls and roofs being torn apart. Metal framed buildings damaged or may collapse. Forests and farmland are flattened. The tornado that devastated Germantown, TN in November of 1994 was an F3 tornado. It destroyed several homes and ripped out a part of Houston High School. The path of destruction started around Poplar Pike and Germantown Road and ended around Houston Levee Road. This destructive tornado caused millions of dollars in damage and killed 3 people. This tornado only occurs about 6% of the time.

http://www.geocities.com/jolireve/tornadoes.htm
 
2003-01-17 12:31:25 PM
I had a programming exam in college once where all of the questions on the exam were irrelevant because the code snippets all had bugs in them.

No kidding!

When I was done, I went up and asked the professor if she was aware of this and she just took my paper and smiled.
 
2003-01-17 12:31:29 PM
Oops, now wid votin'! (del prev post plz, thx!)

It was the early nineties. Wil Wheaton and a bunch of other folks were outside shooting the movie titled Toy Soldiers. Our Victorian era building didn't have air conditioning, so the windows were open. While we were taking a math test, Mr. Wheaton and company filmed a shooting death scene on the front steps over and over. It involved mild profanity. Mild profanity aloud is hilarious to 9th graders who aren't allowed to use any profanity.

The movie wasn't anything special but I enjoyed seeing terrorists shooting up my school.
 
2003-01-17 12:32:47 PM
Heh, in the middle of one of my Calculus III midterms my teacher (as wacky as any high math teacher) tells us that if we wanted we could consult with the person sitting next to us for five minutes. The exam was TOUGH so naturally everyone takes advantage of this apparent gift from the heavens. The five minutes expire and we all quiet down. Then my teacher tells us all to pass our booklets forward since we had all failed for cheating. See, he said we could talk if we wanted to... he NEVER said he wouldn't fail us. Then he starts laughing hysterically and walks out of the room. Best math teacher ever!
 
2003-01-17 12:34:48 PM
Galland: Cool, I love that movie. I always wanted to visit that school. I remember the credits saying that it was filmed at the Miller School in Albermarle, Va. A few years ago I was driving to Charlottesville, and I saw a sign for the Miller School. I followed the signs, and eneded up at the school. It was a Saturday during the summer, and no one was there. I wandered up and down the halls, and into the cafeteria and stuff. Pretty neat. Got some pictures of me and my friend on the front steps where Mr. Wheaton got shot. They also filmed that "Major Payne" movie there. Cool.
 
2003-01-17 12:38:11 PM
I took a final for a class I didn't have and all of my answers were insults to the professor. (Who I had in a previous semester).

The best part was that it was a 2 hr final and me and my buddy got up after 10 minutes and talked about what a piece of cake it was on the way out.
 
2003-01-17 12:40:21 PM
Hey DarkHairedGirl -

You're not LaDeeFrickinDa on lowbrow, are ya? :)
 
2003-01-17 12:40:26 PM
JohnDX I think the problem is that I've been up for too long. I've been getting up at 6:30 every morning for the past three weeks and I still haven't learned to go to bed before 2:00am. Been awhile since I've been able to talk with you. I hope everything is good.
 
2003-01-17 12:41:02 PM
See...not enough sleep...
 
2003-01-17 12:42:04 PM
Hmmm...lets see.
It is the day of my high school AP bio final. Because of the way my HS set up finals, this was the only test we had to take for the day then we could head home if we wanted or spend the rest of the very short day in the library. So of course a few friends and I decide to spend the time before class toking up in a nearby car, getting thoroughly blazed before the bell rings instead of last minute studying.
One of the people I was smoking with had the same class as I (bio) and we are so blitzed it wasn't funny. Laughing at every little thing, playing paper football while our teacher is explaining things, etc. My friend being the ballsy bastard that he is, starts taking dugout hits and blowing them out the window while teach passes out the tests to everyone. I'm paranoid as hell from the herbage earlier, so I pass on his last minute smoke. The teacher comes to our table, looks at my friend and I and says "I hope there is more on your mind right now than herbalism and botany", sending us into an UNCONRTOLABLE laughing fit.
20 minutes later, we're the first two people to finish the test and go back to killing time until the end of the bell. Since we finished so early and our teacher was already pissed, she started grading our papers on the spot so she could rub the low scores in our faces. Things didn't turn out quite the way she planned.
Thanks to the two extra credit questions she put on the test, I got a 103 and my friend a 101. I don't think I have ever laughed so damn hard at the results from a test before, and I know it must have pissed off our teacher.
Ahhh, memories...
 
2003-01-17 12:42:12 PM
During an English exam, of friend of mine was pulling at the drawstring on his hooded sweatshirt. He noticed that those strings are similar to a skein of yarn - start pulling and the rest will unravel.

So he removed the drawstring from his sweatshirt, tied the end of the loose piece to the leg of his desk and handed it to the person behind him. That person then began to wrap the string around their desk. They handed it to someone else...you get the idea.

By the time the exam was over, the teacher was a little befuddled to see her entire classroom enveloped in what looked like a giant spider web. As the bell rang and we exited the class, all I can remember is her mumbling about what a mess it was. She then proceeded to unravel it herself.

This one is true. Vote for this one and not my fart one.
 
2003-01-17 12:43:24 PM
While taking the 20 WPM Morse Code test for my amateur radio license, the batteries on the player went dead. No replacement batteries and no AC cord. No problem, one of the examiners, George Lyons, had an electronic keyer in his car. He brought it in and made up some text. In addition to sending the required text elements, he also sent a simple embedded joke. He then administered an oral exam on the transmission. He asked four "regular" questions. Then he asked "What is the answer to my question"? I said " to get to the other side"? I passed.
 
2003-01-17 12:43:31 PM
When I was in high school, I took an SAT practice exam at a local college. Everyone in the course was motoring along, completing their tests, when all of a sudden we heard loud explosions that went on for several minutes. It turned out that Civil War reenactors were staging a battle on the lawn right next to the building in which we were taking the test.
 
2003-01-17 12:43:36 PM
Halfway through the exam, man enters lecture hall. man edges his way through the aisle to the middle, sits in empty seat next to me.

Completes entire exam with GIANT souvenir butterfly pencil.
 
2003-01-17 12:45:05 PM
In a Med Scool exam this girl a few seats over started panicking and was hyperventilating until she actually passed out. The Professor came over and made her breathe into a paper bag until she came to.
 
2003-01-17 12:45:48 PM
Back in 89 when I was at Boston College, I was taking a final exam for my South East Asian Politics class. One of my fellow students and I were studying for the exam the night before in the room next to where we we're having the test. Two guys from our class were in the room we were going to have our test in. One of the guys came over to our room and noticed we were doing a time line on the board- so he said that is a good idea.

He went back in the room and apparently they made a time line on the board.

They failed to erase the board. When we arrived for our test, we had a complete time line on the board and the TA administering the test did not notice or say anything and neither did the rest of the class.

I got a B.
 
2003-01-17 12:48:01 PM
SATs my senior year in high school.
About 20 minutes into the test I hear a gulping, whining sound. I turned around and saw a very large girl squeezed into her desk holding her hand over her mouth. It was the kind of desk that had the chair attached. Within seconds she clasped both hands over her mouth and vomit started spraying out between her fingers with enough force to cover the guy sitting in front of her. Now, I theorized that she had eaten some strawberry Big Leauge Chew and Hostess snowballs for breakfast, then washed it down with some Pepto Bismol. I swear to god that her vomit was bright pink and had chunks of coconut in it, or shredded gum.

One of the worst parts was that she was wedged so firmly in the desk that when she got up to run to the bathroom she dragged the desk about 10 feet to the door and all the vomit from her desktop flew all over the walls and floor.

The janitor came in and cleaned up the mess. The girl came back, and vomitted again. This time with less force, but still as vivid in color.

Unfortunately, the vomit didn't smell as tasty as the treats it consisted of. They had to move us to the library to take the test and the whole thing was delayed about an hour. The school said that they wrote the SAT board to explain our situation and try to get some special consideration due to the testing environment, but I doubt that happened.
 
2003-01-17 12:49:32 PM
I went in to take the computer science GRE subject test my senior year in college. Hardcore test, high stress, dozens of likewise stressed out geeks all piled into one room.

Well, my college decided that on the same day of the GRE, that they would hold a fair right outside the building on the mall. Since the parking lot was on one side of the building, and the mall on the other, no one, not the test takers or proctors knew.

So there we were, sitting in on this test, concentrating, quiet enough you could hear every sniff and every squeak from a sneaker across linoleum when suddenly the theme from star wars blares from outside (I dunno what the song title is but its the one which starts with the one loud note, I think they played it at the medal ceremony at the end of the first movie). Pencils snapped, heads shot up, a girl yiped. Then there's all these dings and we're all suddenly aware of tons of people talking, so we open the shades and there of course is this fair with games, food, and yes, a band, just starting. Within like 20 mins there were thousands of people milling around and the noise became so unbearable that we all had to go to another room.

Of course, instead of taking us to a room on the other side of the building (or the other side of campus for that matter) they walk down the hall, and seat us in a room that's no farther away from the fair as if we had just gone right across the hall. With the noise reduced by, oh, maybe 1db, we had to finish the exam that would determine which graduate program, if any, we would get into.
 
2003-01-17 12:50:34 PM
I was taking the SAT. Yes the real thing, not the practice.
In the middle of one of the modules, a voice came on the loudspeaker and said that anyone that parked on treet X had to move their car immediately or it would be towed.
They weren't joking, so in the middle of the fricking SAT, dozens of us had to leave the test, run out to the car and move it.
The reson we parked on that street was the rest of the lot was already over full. So I drove down the hallway of this high school, parked next to the classroom I was taking the test in, and finished off the exam.
 
2003-01-17 12:50:42 PM
Not that it probably matters now, but here it is again, with voting....

I went in to take the computer science GRE subject test my senior year in college. Hardcore test, high stress, dozens of likewise stressed out geeks all piled into one room.

Well, my college decided that on the same day of the GRE, that they would hold a fair right outside the building on the mall. Since the parking lot was on one side of the building, and the mall on the other, no one, not the test takers or proctors knew.

So there we were, sitting in on this test, concentrating, quiet enough you could hear every sniff and every squeak from a sneaker across linoleum when suddenly the theme from star wars blares from outside (I dunno what the song title is but its the one which starts with the one loud note, I think they played it at the medal ceremony at the end of the first movie). Pencils snapped, heads shot up, a girl yiped. Then there's all these dings and we're all suddenly aware of tons of people talking, so we open the shades and there of course is this fair with games, food, and yes, a band, just starting. Within like 20 mins there were thousands of people milling around and the noise became so unbearable that we all had to go to another room.

Of course, instead of taking us to a room on the other side of the building (or the other side of campus for that matter) they walk down the hall, and seat us in a room that's no farther away from the fair as if we had just gone right across the hall. With the noise reduced by, oh, maybe 1db, we had to finish the exam that would determine which graduate program, if any, we would get into.
 
2003-01-17 12:53:28 PM
In my multivariable calculus final, the prof pulled out a pair of nail clippers and started going to it about 30 minutes into the exam. Man it was weird..
 
2003-01-17 12:53:43 PM
with voting

SATs my senior year in high school.
About 20 minutes into the test I hear a gulping, whining sound. I turned around and saw a very large girl squeezed into her desk holding her hand over her mouth. It was the kind of desk that had the chair attached. Within seconds she clasped both hands over her mouth and vomit started spraying out between her fingers with enough force to cover the guy sitting in front of her. Now, I theorized that she had eaten some strawberry Big Leauge Chew and Hostess snowballs for breakfast, then washed it down with some Pepto Bismol. I swear to god that her vomit was bright pink and had chunks of coconut in it, or shredded gum.

One of the worst parts was that she was wedged so firmly in the desk that when she got up to run to the bathroom she dragged the desk about 10 feet to the door and all the vomit from her desktop flew all over the walls and floor.

The janitor came in and cleaned up the mess. The girl came back, and vomitted again. This time with less force, but still as vivid in color.

Unfortunately, the vomit didn't smell as tasty as the treats it consisted of. They had to move us to the library to take the test and the whole thing was delayed about an hour. The school said that they wrote the SAT board to explain our situation and try to get some special consideration due to the testing environment, but I doubt that happened.
 
2003-01-17 12:55:36 PM
Interlocuter - Top Secret.

And since I forgot to add voting before...
 
2003-01-17 12:55:57 PM
I tested my theory that if you study drunk, you need to take the test drunk. It didn't work, and I had to go another quarter of college as a result.
wish you hadn't asked don't you
 
2003-01-17 12:56:20 PM
It was late at night, and I was studying in one of the computer labs, and I go to the bathroom, and see that someone had hidden a cheat sheet in one of the bathrooms. I remove the cheat sheet, and leave a message saying that the cheat sheet had been moved to another location. At that other location, I leave another message saying that the cheat sheet was somewhere else. I did this about 2 more times. I have no idea how it ended.
 
7fw
2003-01-17 12:56:21 PM
Fresno... not known for its great minds, but here is one from my college days.

My friend Pete and I went into a "Spy" shop located across from the university. We got a small microphone and an ear piece for each of us.

The physics teacher would give us the test then go out and post the answers on a board outside the room. While Pete was in the class taking the test, I would read the answers to the questions off the sheet outside the classroom, through the spy equiptment. Then, when I had the class later in the day, he would do the same. (yeah, different questions).

Mr. Professor never figured out why we got such good grades while never actuially attending class.
 
2003-01-17 12:56:23 PM
During a 200 level History exam, the question was

During a History 105 class at Seattle University ..

A question on a final about from what authority does the power of the US Constitution derive...

(short answer)

And I found myself humming Schoolhouse Rock to answer the question...

"We the people.. in order to form a more perfect union..."

So I look up and notice as well several, like four others in the room.. are also tapping their feet or humming Schoolhouse Rock.

Thank you School House Rock, you helped many people in Dr. Harmon's History 105 that day.
 
2003-01-17 12:57:10 PM
Hey Gma,
What School? What was the name of the Quarterback?
 
2003-01-17 12:57:27 PM
I was going to biatch about this thread until Darkhairedgirl spoke up WHOOWHEEEEEEEEE!
 
2003-01-17 12:57:30 PM
Not my story - but happened to a friend of mine in a college physics exam.

Physics exam was taken in pencil, because of the computations done on the paper, and because one may erase mistakes and make corrections. Prof. hands back all the graded exams, and one bozo decides he'll erase a thing or two he got wrong, and put in the correct answer as the prof reviews the correct answers in class that day. Prof. says if there are any mistakes in grading, please come see him in his office.

Dude goes to the office thinking he has raised his exam grade a whole letter. Prof. looks over his exam, and then pulls out a Xerox'd copy of the class exams from his cabinet! Busts the guy with the copied exam right there - and bozo got academic suspension. D'oh!
 
2003-01-17 12:57:40 PM
Last semester I had a 8:30 Spanish exam. It was my last exam and I was sleep deprived at the time.My roommate had already gone home so my room was empty and my alarm picks that day not to go off. I wake up at 9:00 to the sound of a phone ringing. It was my teacher who called to make surre I actually made it to class to take the exam. I jump out of bed put some clothes on and haul ass to class. I get there and somepeople have already finished i go as fast as i can but i'm about the last one to finish. I hand it in and get an A. That must be the most forgiving teacher I have ever had.
 
2003-01-17 12:58:19 PM
Should I start from when I first saw the Alien's tractor beam light, or from the anal probing part?
 
2003-01-17 12:58:22 PM
One of my psychology profs had a wicked sense of humor. Dressed as the grim reaper as he handed out the final. Scythe, cloak, fake skull, the works. Funniest thing I ever saw.
 
2003-01-17 12:59:04 PM
About 45 minutes into my Chem final second semester, I heard this noise like someone kicking chairs and talking like freaking Chewbacca. Turn around and see my Bio lab partner having a freaking seizure. Later that week I run into him on the street after a party turned into a full blown riot - cops, dogs, tear gas, everything. All he says is, "Man, I ate way too many mushrooms today." Yeesh.
 
2003-01-17 12:59:09 PM
During the final in one of my geology classes, my professor ordered us all pizza since the scheduled time for the test was from 11:00-1:00. There were only about 10 people in the class, but still, that was pretty cool. I got a 3.3.
 
2003-01-17 01:00:29 PM
The last exam I had at uni for my first degree was in the afternoon. I had planned to study for it in the morning before the exam. It was a mechanical engineering course in fluid dynamics. It being a course in fluids, I ditched the books and studied in the nearest pub instead. Several hours and pitchers of beer later I stumbled in to the exam. I did really well. The hard part is trying to sit still for 2-3 hours after several pitchers of beer.
 
2003-01-17 01:00:57 PM
Not too weird, but it was in grad school, so rather unexpected... we were all sitting there concentrating, when my buddy starts whistling. He had no idea he was doing it. The prof finally had to call out his name and shut him up.

Maybe you had to be there.
 
2003-01-17 01:02:55 PM
Now with voting, like it matters...

About 45 minutes into my Chem final second semester, I heard this noise like someone kicking chairs and talking like freaking Chewbacca. Turn around and see my Bio lab partner having a freaking seizure. Later that week I run into him on the street after a party turned into a full blown riot - cops, dogs, tear gas, everything. All he says is, "Man, I ate way too many mushrooms today." Yeesh.
 
2003-01-17 01:03:22 PM
Calculus Exam - I stared at the test and thought about writing my name in the upper right hand corner. Before I could set pencil to paper, all of the twos and threes stood up from the page and marched single file to the top. They were quickly followed by all the Xs and Ys. Once the twos, threes, Xs and Ys were assembled, they marched across my desk, jumped one by one to the floor, walked orderly across the classroom and hopped directly in the waste basket. All that remained on the page was the blank fill-in block for my name. I didn't pass.
 
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