Sichuan College Final Exam Asks Students to Correctly Identify Teachers
By M. Grace, January 18, 2018 21:01 PM
Students at a Sichuan vocational college were recently left horrified and puzzled by one question on their final exam.
Sichuan Vocational College of Culture and Communication asked the students to simple name their teacher from the pictures presented.
While this might appear as an easy question, this would prove if you had skipped your class this semester.
According to a report, those who got the right answers did not received any extra points but those who got it wrong had 41 points deducted from their final exam score. The said final exam counted for 30 percent of the students' final grade.
The school posted the question on its Weibo account on Monday, January 15 and went viral.
Some netizens said that the question was tricky but most agreed that it was fair, simple and straightforward.
According to the teacher who made the test, her purpose was to see whether the students paid close attention to details.
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