It is rare for anyone to actually enjoy sitting a test paper.
But these school children may be the exceptions that prove the rule – as they showed off their wit with their answers to particularly tricky questions.
Some of the most hilarious responses were shared in an online gallery, with many teachers left baffled by the answers.
A number of the cheeky responses involved rather literal readings of the instructions, while others tried to pick holes in the questions.
But the youngsters may be too smart for their own good, unfortunately earning no marks for their clever remarks.
However, they certainly won respect from social media users for their ability to think outside the box.
Some of the most hilarious answers given by pupils on test papers have been shared online. This response was a rather good hypothesis
Meanwhile, this rather cutting answer was given in response to a question about a boy who practises the piano 20 minutes a day
This clever response was given on a science test – with the teacher’s comment matching the pupil’s in wit
Meanwhile, this reading of the question led to a comical answer about the table’s feelings
This answer isn’t technically wrong, although the teacher marking it didn’t seem to agree
It’s not clear if this student was given a mark for their response to this rather vague question
These questions weren’t the ones that the teacher was looking for – but at least she acknowledged the student’s creativity
The question on this maths paper was taken rather literally – with the brackets getting wider and wider
It’s hard to argue with the final answer to this question – and it’s a complete sentence
This student, who appears to be a Pokemon fan, gave a very in-depth answer about why the question was wrong
Another pupil took the instruction of writing a ‘single radical expression’ very literally
This has become a classic response on maths papers when the student doesn’t know how to find the actual value of x
Apparently emoticons are not allowed in essays – with the teacher declaring ‘formal essays are never happy’
Meanwhile, this pupil gave an extremely witty response to who their favourite ‘hue’ was
This student’s answer only seemed to apply to one of the items pictured – unless the pupil had a rather unusual palate
Another pupil’s answer appeared to be rather random, considering the polygon looked vastly different to a hot dog
At least this pupil made their true feelings about the school trip very clear, supplying a picture of the school bus to match
Meanwhile, there was a certain irony in the only word that this pupil managed to get right in this spelling test
It appears that the teacher was hoping for countries outside America for this particular project
As creative as this drawing is, it’s unlikely that the pupil’s excuse for not answering would have got any sympathy from the teacher