Question: What is love? Explain in details. (20 marks)
American student: Love is life.
(Marks: 5 out of 20)
British student: Love is pain.
(Marks: 5 out of 20)
Definition: A serious disorder of the heart due to a relationship between men and women that can cause the death of one or both depending on the resistance associated.
Types: One-sided and two-sided
Age: Usually occurs in teenage but nowadays can be found at any age
Symptoms: Tension, daydreaming, insomnia, cell phone addiction
Diagnosis by: Diary, photos, mobile
Treatment: Anti-love therapy with father’s shoe or mother’s sandal.
(Marks 20 out of 20)
Motto: Don’t ask Indian students… they can stretch anything for 20 marks!
Riya Paliwal (13) / St Angela Sophia School, Jaipur
Changing exam pattern
Year 1995: Answer all the questions.
Year 2000: Answer any 5 questions.
Year 2005: Select the correct answer (A, B or C).
Year 2010: Choose either A or B.
Year 2015: Please only read the questions.
Year 2020: Thanks for coming!
Nafisa Huzefa Sabir (14) / Holy Cross English High School, Amravati
Our generation’s sleeping schedule depends on… the percentage of battery remaining in the phone!
Teachers always tell us to follow our dreams… Yet they don’t let us sleep in class!
Prakruthi Murthy / Stella Maris High School
Half Of My Energy Wasted On Random Knowledge.
Utkarshini Rajput (17) / R.A. Podar College, Mumbai
“Mahatma Gandhi! Is it you?”
“No, silly! It’s your father!”
Just because I can’t sing doesn’t mean I won’t sing!
There was a long line in front of a doctor’s clinic. A man kept trying to get to the front of the line but the crowd kept pushing him to the back of the line. The man finally shouted: “Arrey, let me open the clinic!”
My girlfriend broke up with me. She says I’m childish. I took a deep breath. Calmed down. Went to her house, rang the doorbell and ran away!
At a family gathering:
Cousin: “Do you have a girlfriend?”
Mom gives me a sharp look.
Me: “What is a girl? What is a friend? Who am I?”
Nothing else can beat the pleasure of waiting till your bro/sis finishes their share of food… and then you start eating your share slowly to irritate them!
Wife: “Had your lunch?”
Husband: “Had your lunch?”
Wife: “I’m asking you.”
Husband: “I’m asking you.”
Wife: “You copying me?”
Husband: “You copying me?”
Wife: “Let’s go shopping!”
Husband: “Yes, I had my lunch.”