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Student's Final PE Exam Is the Kind of Prank We Need in Life

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Online classes in 2020 have been a challenge for most. The pile of class requirements and exams seemed endless for many students to the point that burnout is commonly experienced. Not many can immediately notice and acknowledge just how much effect it had on students' (and even teachers') mental health. Fortunately for this Grade 12 student, their finals for a class had quite an unexpected turn of events. 

Kaye Rama, a Grade 12 STEM student from St. Cecilia's College in Cebu, shared how her written final exam for her PE class turned out to be a "prank." Initially, Kaye and her classmates for PE were supposed to take a written final examination for the class. "Well I wasn't expecting our teacher to prank us in that way because he told us to just study our lessons," Kaye says in an online conversation with Candy.

For Kaye, the teacher's prank was unexpected but welcomed because it gave them extra time to relax and focus on other school requirements. "When we opened the Google Forms, we were so shocked and happy at the same time because he is the first teacher who did it and we are very relieved because we can rest our minds for a while."

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"Our PE teacher kasi knows how tired we are," Kaye says. Upon opening the Google Forms for the supposed exam, a huge "PRANK" was seen on the screen, along with a note from her teacher that says, "Take time to relax or sleep, you need it more than anything else!" For students, it's probably on of the best pranks ever made.

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