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How Not to Take a Test

Maybe these are real, and maybe they're not. After all, they have been making the rounds on the Internet. One thing is for sure, though - there are people out there who would actually answer test questions in this manner. I suppose if you're going to get the answer wrong, you might as well enjoy it.

Thanks to Itay for providing this one:  (12/22/2010)

RF Cafe - Humerous test answer #5

Thanks to Cornell for sending these - origin unknown:

RF Cafe - Humerous test answer #1

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