To celebrate GCSE results day, we’ve scoured the internet and found some pretty amazing ‘answers’ to questions set in various tests for students.

So, if you’ve got your pen and paper ready, let’s begin.

Q 1. The first cells were probably…?

A. Lonely.

Q 2. Tony practices the piano 20 minutes every day.

A. Effect: He is a big nerd.

Q 3. What did Mahatma Gandhi and Genghis Khan have in common?

A. Unusual names.

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Q 4. Explain why the concentration of sulfate ions increases in the electrolyte?

A. Aliens. Damn aliens are responsible for everything weird that’s going on around here.

Q 5. To change centimeters to meters you ?

A .Take out centi.

Q 6. What is Britain’s highest award for valour in war?

A. Nelson’s column.

Q 7. Name the four seasons.

A. Salt, mustard, pepper, vinegar.

Okay, so we sourced these exam questions and answers to mark GCSE results day from the BBC, the UK edition of the Huffington Post, Buzzfeed and the Daily Mail website (and one looks like it’s from the US).

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