Monday, November 15, 2010

They have it easy!!!

 Well we are all aware how partial universities are towards their best sports stars because they are the ones who help universities bring back trophies.As it turns out that more often than not these students have little or no interest towards academia,but to keep their spirits high universities try their best to keep things simple for them and many universities actually have different set of examination papers for them.Well this paper will give you an idea how cool it is to be a sports star :)

Exam Paper 
  1. Foreign Language: What language is spoken in France? 
  2. History: Give a dissertation on the ancient Babylonian Empire with particular reference to architecture, literature, law and social conditions -OR- Give the first name of Pierre Trudeau.
  3.  Literature: Would you ask William Shakespeare to:
        (a) build a bridge
        (b) sail the ocean
        (c) lead an army or
        (d) WRITE A PLAY 
  4. Religion: What religion is the Pope? (circle only one)
        (a) Jewish
        (b) Catholic
        (c) Hindu
        (d) Polish
        (e) Agnostic
  5.  Metric Conversion: How many feet equal 0.0 meters? 
  6. Physics: What time is it when the big hand is on the 12 and the little hand is on the 5? 
  7. Religion: How many commandments were Moses given? (approximately)
  8. Geography: What are people in America's far north called?
        (a) Westerners
        (b) Southerners
        (c) Northerners
  9. American History: Spell Bush, Carter, and Clinton.
  10. European History: Six kings of England have been called George, the last one being George the Sixth. Name the previous five. 
  11. Natural Science: Where does rain come from?
        (a) Macy's
        (b) a 7-11
        (c) Canada
        (d) the sky 
  12. Advanced Physics: Can you explain Einstein's Theory of Relativity?
        (a) yes
        (b) no
  13. Philosophy: What are coat hangers used for?
  14. Political Science: Name any president of our country(not necessarily present)?
  15. Physics: Explain Le Chateliers Principle of Dynamic Equilibrium -OR- spell your name in BLOCK LETTERS. 
  16. Architecture: Where is the basement in a three-story building located
  17. Agricultural Science: Which part of America produces the most oranges?
        (a) New York
        (b) Florida
        (c) Canada
        (d) Wisconsin
  18. Advanced math: If you have three apples, how many apples do you have?
  19. Communications: What does NBC (National Broadcasting Corporation) stand for? 
IMPORTANT! You must answer three or more questions correctly to qualify.


  1. OMG! Now, even I wanna be a sport star. :)

    Where did you get these questions? Are they for real?

  2. Haha even a poor student like me would have passed.! :D

  3. Looks like questions posed to Big Moose of Archies comics! duh :)

  4. Great!!This is a real encouragement to be an athlete.

  5. My son is a State Cricket Player and he writes no exams at all!...never finds the time to....hasn't written one since his 6th standard!...but he does have a punishing schedule that is even tougher than an annual/board exam!

  6. Oh boy ! tats so tough to answer...more clues pls !! :P :D

  7. This seems a little biased.

    And still, question 18 could be rather confusing. Our GK teacher once asked us what weighed more 1 kg of wet cotton or one kg of Iron nails - most of us were confused.

  8. Thanks for that lovely post. Such questions have the ability to kick-start your imagination sometimes. Here are three examples:

    Q1: If you had 3 apples and 4 oranges in one hand and 4 apples and 3 oranges in the other, what would you have?
    A: Very large hands.

    Q2: What looks like half apple?
    A: The other half.

    Q3: In which state is the Bay of Bengal?
    A: Liquid state