I was recently directed to the blog ZERO out of FIVE – But you get an ‘A’ for Effort, self-described as,
Since high school I have always answered every question on every test, even if that meant making something up. I always hoped for, but never received sympathy marks. This blog is my collection of tests from other people that tried the same.
Reading back through the archives I found this post — one of the funniest (and truest) student answers I have seen:
A train is blowing it’s [sic] whistle while traveling at a speed of 22.0 m/s. The speed of sound is 343 m/s. Observer A is directly in front of the train, while observer B is directly behind it. Find the whistle frequency heard by A and that heard by B.
The student deduced from the fact that Observer A is directly in front of the train that:
Observer A is dead.