Hilarious Test Answers That Are Secretly Genius

Signature placement

Signature placementnicole Fornabaio/rd.com, shutterstock

Yes, it was signed at the bottom of the paper, speaking in literal terms. But the correct answer to this question is Independence Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Kids can be so funny; these are some of the ridiculous things people actually believed as kids.

Year after year

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It’s not wrong. They should still get some credit for their answer.

The power of relationships

The power of relationshipsnicole Fornabaio/rd.com, shutterstock

The force of love is very strong, but the answer that had to be written down to get points was gravity.

Risk taker

risk takernicole Fornabaio/rd.com, shutterstock

Simply writing “this” is ɑ risk. It also probably kept the score of the test from being 100%. (These hilarious classroom stories are guaranteed to give you ɑ laugh.)

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Frozen solid

Frozen solidnicole Fornabaio/rd.com, shutterstock

The chemistry teacher was probably looking for ɑ little bit more of an in-depth answer. һе probably got ɑ few laughs out of this though.

Sharing is caring

Sharing is caringnicole Fornabaio/rd.com, shutterstock

The answer is very true, but probably worth zero points.

Health class infidelity

Health class infidelitynicole Fornabaio/rd.com, shutterstock 

Not exactly the answer the teacher was looking for. Hopefully, there’s ɑ makeup test. (Check out some of these mistakes that kids have made. They’re adorable.)

All I want for Christmas is you

All I want for Christmas is younicole Fornabaio/rd.com, shutterstock

This answer probably isn’t completely wrong; her notes can get pretty high up there.

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Metric conversions

Metric conversionsnicole Fornabaio/rd.com, shutterstockThey can get plus one point for creativity.


Wrinkle-freenicole Fornabaio/rd.com, shutterstock

While that is another way to define ‘free press,’ it’s not what the teacher was looking for. Sometimes school questions can be really challenging. See if you can pass this elementary school math test.

Cars on the brain

Cars on the brainnicole Fornabaio/rd.com, shutterstock

Good logic?

Microscope mystery

Microscope mysterynicole Fornabaio/rd.com, shutterstock

Nice try, but nο. She needs to adjust the settings on her microscope so she can see.

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Active states

Active statesnicole Fornabaio/rd.com, shutterstockIs it ɑ well-known fact that people in New Jersey show the least movement out of all 50 states?

Arctic animals

Arctic animalsnicole Fornabaio/rd.com, shutterstockTo save time the answer could have just been six polar bears. (These back-to-school tweets from parents will have you laughing on the floor.)

Hugh Jackman

Hugh Jackmannicole Fornabaio/rd.com, shutterstock

Clever, but the correct answer would have had to do something with colors.

Single lady planets

Single lady planetsnicole Fornabaio/rd.com, shutterstock

Nο, Saturn is not ɑ single lady.

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Preventing death

Preventing deathnicole Fornabaio/rd.com, shutterstock

Thanks for watching out for good old Abe. (If you take this IQ test, you will probably give some answers similar to these funny students.)

Math problems

Math problemsnicole Fornabaio/rd.com, shutterstock

Yes, math was used to find the answer, but explain ɑ little further.

May the odds be ever in your favor…

May the odds be ever in your favor…nicole Fornabaio/rd.com, shutterstock

Fighting to the death isn’t ɑ viable solution for overpopulation. Good try.

Long lasting love

Long lasting lovenicole Fornabaio/rd.com, shutterstock

Happy wife, happy life, right? If you want more laughs, check out these hilarious school jokes.

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