Clampdown on those who claim not to have revised for exams


Students who claim not to have revised for an examination, and then do unexpectedly well, are to have their result adjusted in line with their original assertions.

The new law comes into effect from January, and is a response to the Ministry of Honesty (MOH) investigation that found increasing numbers of pupils hoodwinking their own friends by pretending not to have revised.

MOH spokesman, Peter Thape has set up nationwide checkpoints, from where actual amounts of revision will be assessed, and where genuine non-revisers can hand in a deceiver.

‘From now on, if you say you’re going to fail, you will. Can’t think of a fairer system than that,’ said Thape.

‘Nobody likes a liar. That’s how the Nazi party started.’ Thape added.