Handy Hints!

Hey kids! The SAT’s are actually testing your school!

So here are some Top Tips on how to terrify your teachers during the SAT’s (not to mention distract your friends):

  1. At the end of the test – when your teachers are telling you to put your pens down and stop writing, put your hand up and say: “Miss, how do you spell, Introduction?
  2. Smuggle in one of those tiny packs of  ketchup you get at resteraunts, and when you’ve finished writing the test squirt it over your face. Tell your teacher and she will have to escourt you to the medical room. Pretend to go in and say that your alright. Then ask if you can have a pack of tissues to blow your nose. When you get back, sit there in the hall, blowwing your nose extremely loudly and distracting everyone else!
  3. Pretend to slip in your chair and scatter all your things in different directions, most of them under your table. Your teacher will have to come and pick them up! (See my post: The SAT’s are coming!) Meanwhile you can watch her scrabbling about under your desk and around the other desks.
  4. During the maths test claim to have lost: Your pencil, your ruler and any other mathimatical equipment. Once your teacher has lent you all these things pull them out from where you’ve been hiding them in your lap and say: “Oh, look! I’ve found them!”
  5. Take in a calculator and tell your teacher that it’s a mascot.
  6. Take in a normal mascot, but smuggle in a different mascot that squeaks. While you write squeak the toy and distract everyone. When your teacher goes round inspecting all the mascots she will only find the non-squeaky mascot.

More Tips and Tricks may or may not apear later on.

SAFETY WARNING!!!!!!!!!

Trying any of these tricks during the SAT’s will result in detention and possible suspension with some of them. You have been warned!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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