Alright! It’s exam time. But why should students not have some fun?

Difficult paper, out-of-syllabus questions in exam, not enough preparation time between two papers – these are some expected stories that we get to see or read about during CBSE exams. It was through TV or newspapers that students would, earlier, convey their anguish or excitement with the board. But with CBSE now accessible on Twitter, students have found a direct way of communicating with CBSE – letting it know what and how they feel about exams and their expectations from the board.

While students’ concerns are genuine, some of them have a unique way of expressing themselves, often bringing a smile on your face of the reader. Below, we have compiled some of such hilarious tweets. Enjoy…

 

Complaining about difficulty level in some papers

 

Requesting board for an easy Maths paper

 

It’s hot weather outside

 

Requesting grace marks

 

Grace marks only to those who have written something

 

Why settle for grace marks, when free can be an option

 

HRD minister, please intervene

 

This falls in the popular category of ‘Kuch bhi’

 

Seriously, you asked this to CBSE

 

Well, before you forget. Let’s remind you, class X boards are also on. So here, they go?

 

Don’t want errors or tough science paper

 

Post-science exam

 

 

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