|QUOTE (NCONiall @ Thursday, Jun 6 2013, 21:27)|
| Not to mention that some of those invigilators are some mean looking c*nts, slowing walking around your desk just as your in the middle of an 8 mark question. A few weeks back one of them broke wind as she walked around, wasn't a deadly one but all the snickering that followed it was, should I say, quite distracting. She sat down after that, so it wasn't wet, and also left me with a bit of peace.|
I have never cheated in a major exam such as a GCSE. The only time I think I have ever cheated was in the religion end of unit tests; and that was just because of the sheer amount of stories I was required to memorise. That, along with the fact that the teacher was absent during most of our tests.
Eh, our actual invigilators are nice old ladies, though the teacher overseeing the examinations is a tad nasty with shouting.
They just stand at the front of the hall, only walking between us when the give out/pick up our exam papers. Anyone at the back (12 rows of desks) could, and probably has, got away with some form of cheating.
|The only time I think I have ever cheated was in the religion end of unit tests|
fair do's, it's religion
a little off topic, but in the English information and ideas paper on tuesday mentioned the twitter account of @babycarrots. The actual account is @bolthousefarms. The hell