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ELIMINATING PRE-EXAM JITTERS: NC1A mock exam dates


NC1A


(The Guardian, 3 Dic. 2015)


BB2 show: Mock the week

Unlikely Questions From This Year's Exams:



Unlikely questions from this year's exams.
Discuss the met physical meaning of the following poem.

Would you like this exam to be A, multiple choice, or not.

Discuss the following - the Nazis got all their ideas from the history channel.

Who's the chap in The A-Team who would not go on the aeroplane, was it A, B, or B, A? 


If a bank loses 60 billion pounds in a six month period, using numbers that you've plucked out of thin air, work out what the Chief Executive's bonus will be? 

Quantify N in terms of Q when Q is a positive interchur that dissects a parabolic curve. How's your lucky pencil case now, eh, eh, eh?! 

What's the name of that round thing that they throw in the Olympics? Discuss.

Poetry. Is it all a bit gay? 


Draw diagram of the genitalia of the male elephant. Use all 30 sheets of paper provided.

Biology. Without singing, what is the knee bone connected to?


Explain the use of juxtaposition in Macbeth, alternatively, write down everything you know about Macbeth in a blind panic cos you've got no idea what the word "juxtaposition"is.

Drama, question one. What was it that first made you want to become a waiter? 

What is your PIN number? 


Rejected questions from this year's exams:

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