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F IN EXAMS: A REVIEW FOR THE EXAMS

F in Exams by Richard BensonF IN EXAMS

by Richard Benson

    Richard has done a hilarious job by illustrating this book. We all have faced it. THE EXAMS! The big  day for some, the doomsday for others. And we all have got grades varying from A to F though I  believe there would be less A’s and more F’s (atleast it’s there in my case).

This book is highly recommended for teenagers of age group 14-17, though I read it yesterday at the   age of twenty but then I believe there is no age to read and write. If you are above the age limit I  recommended, then it will remind the days of your “exam-hood”!

The book is a short collection including very real and very wrong (but laugh out loud hilarious) answers in a variety of subjects, including Chemistry, Biology, History, Math, English, and more. The student’s answers will have you chuckling at their wittiness and cleverness that I would have marked as correct if I was their teacher.

The following excerpts are from the book:

Question:Give a brief explanation of the meaning of the term “hard water.”
 Answer:Ice

Question:What is the highest frequency noise that a human can register?
Answer:Mariah Carey

Question: Describe what is meant by “forgetting.”
Answer: I can’t remember

It’s a quick, light, hilarious to read, full of witty answers. I would recommend you to carefully go through the maths section, it’s most hilarious!

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