Worst Things to Happen On the Day of Your Final Exam
The Top Ten
Trust me that's The Worst thing ever it happened to me several times, every year I must be late for one of my exams, why is this the worst of them? Crystal clear because You Don't Get Enough time To Get the Highest Score in the exam. - AbdRahmanSalah
This has happened once. Not to me, but to my Maths teacher I had in 10th grade. 😂 I saw him overtaking us on my way to school... 😂 - MaultierColt308
If You Get Sick, You screw up Everything, especially if you get a flu, Fever, Catch Cold, Headache, High Temprature, because after all Your Brain Doesn't Function Well. This Happened To Me This year on the day OF the Geography Exam, I Felt the symptoms the night before the exam in which I had Been Studying Abnormally Hard, The Day Of the Exam I found that I Had Forgotten A lot Of things Because Geography IS All About Memory, You Get To Memorize Names of mountains, Rivers, Islands... Etc but memory get completely screwed up If You're Sick
Had that once in 10th grade. Last day before christmas holidays, and a Chemistry exam coming up on that day. Also coming up: Symptoms of a "nice" little flu! 🤒 You can imagine how the exam went... 🙄 My birthday (on the day after the exam) and Christmas were "nice" with the flu...
I also experience it regularly at university now, especially in the winter semester. I often catch a cold just days before the first exams. 😖
I got a horrendous stomach ache in one of my AS Physics exams. I'll never forget that hour and a half that felt like a day...I was sure I was screwing the whole thing up, but God must have been on my side when I ended up with a B on it.
now you have said this I am starting to get worried about falling sick on exam day😱
Like I have to read Chapter 15 in my Filipino book but it doesn't appear in my test paper and instead Chapter 12 which I may haven't discussed in school. - Neonco31
Oh Gosh That Would Kill me, I Mean that Would not be fair if I had studied so Hard Most the course and Made Myself To Get A full mark And the exam Included content From this part I never studied. I Would Probably Use Some Cheating In that case :P - AbdRahmanSalah
When my mother did her Biology A-Level, she only realised she had been taught the wrong board until she was sitting the exam. It was OK in the end, as she received an A. - PositronWildhawk
Oh yes, that may even happen in university. A very bad event... - MaultierColt308
Happens rarely to me in uni exams (I study Chemistry on Master by the way). Mostly in subjects that are very "dry" and theoretical, with many mathematical formulas, I tend to get the so-called "black out", right when the paper appears in front of me. You can imagine how the exam goes from then... 😖 - MaultierColt308
Even if we study, we get anxious and puzzled after seeing the paper - zuni
That annoys me a lot! - Neonco31
That May BE The Worst Of them Because your exam may get cancelled, I Got Caught Several Times And the principal Just Called My Dad - AbdRahmanSalah
Okay I Really F*****g hate This One, And this One Had Been On with me for years, Because I'm the Biggest Nerd In Class people Depend on me on their Exams they're Like "I won't Study For Tomorrow's Chemistry Exam Because You Will Be Sitting Beside Me So I'm probably getting a full mark" They Don't Leave You Alone And Just waste Your Time And Effort You may forget some questions or not See them because you are not focused, The point is You Don't Have time For Yourself to answer the exam. - AbdRahmanSalah
Especially, when you handed in your exam and left the room with a good feeling - just to see the F next to your name a few days later. I know that feeling, it happens at university (and not only to me though)... 😔 - MaultierColt308
It happened to me
That probable the worst I remember that I was going to get 19/20 but I forgot my name.
Damn I put my so valuable time on studing but now...
I wish I just have learnt to write my name. - radmehrzn
That may happen, if you are too fast on leaving the room after an exam. Time is up and you didn't write your name on every sheet you've written on (this is a rule in my university). Or even better: packing your things after an exam, and - in the haste of things - putting the exam paper in your bag as well. And then, you're on your way home and suddenly: "Oh, did I hand in my paper?", followed by opening your bag in panic, just to find your exam papers inside it... - that would be embarrassing! 😖
At university, that should be no problem. The professors want you to sign your name on every page of the paper and go around the room while you're writing the exam. That makes sure, that every participant submits his paper when time is up. - MaultierColt308