Monday, 20 October 2014

LEAKED Mock Typographical Errors 2014

This year's mocks have seen the Ingrish Durpartmunt surpass themselves in making some of the funniest typos in the Autumn Term mock tests. Listed below are some of the ones that our Exams Office insider, Julie LaSange, could eek out, as well as a few 'mock' questions we thought of ourselves:

"Moses climbed Mount Cyanide in which Holy text?"
"Are the cheesemakers blessed, or all purveyors of dairy products?"

"Because of the Weimar Republic, how much did a loaf of bread cost in 1929? (5 marks)"
"Apart from sitting on it, what did Richard II do on the throne?"

"Is this the way to Amarillo?"

"Can you spell 'run'?"

"Jeremy wants to know the concentration of Hydrochloric acid (in Moles/dm-3) it takes to oxidise 1.2 grams of Calcium Carbonate in unde a minute. How many ladies has Jeremy touched?"

"Sign and Cosign have something to do with circles and housing contracts. What are they?"
"Fig 1 and Fig 2 are numbered fruits. Name another."
"The gradient of p is a decreasing curve. At what point does it meet the toilet water?"

"In 'Waiting for Godot' wherein lies the main juxtaposition of the piece? Alternately, scribble everything down that the person next to you has written because you have no idea what juxtapose means."

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