Each year markers for the French Baccalaureat (equivalent-ish of A levels in UK, and ?graduating from High School? in US) reveal some of the funny answers. In 2012, these included:
- History: Following the fall of the Berlin Wall wind circulation was restored in Europe, and with the arrival of warm currents, we therefore saw the end of the Cold War.
- Philosophy: The proof that work is not useful is that Jesus Christ never worked. He travelled from place to place spreading love, but he never worked.
- History: Once he had died Kennedy couldn’t do much about it any more.
- Geography: Poor countries mostly all gathered together in Africa. They should have instead got closer to the USA like Mexico and Canada.
- Not having understood this question but, so as to show you that I know my course, I am allowing myself to answer a question of my choice.
I quote these from the French newspaper The Connexion.