My thought process: "Well I would normally say false, but in this instance I might say true on the assumption that a. It was a full moon when the offence happened, b. the judge was in a bad mood when he made the ruling, c. the accused was an avid quilter with a star patterned quilt in progress.
I'm not sure how normal my test taking strategies are, but I get so bored during tests, even if I should be concentrating fully. I'm all about stretching into other people's personal space, sighing as loudly as I can, and every few minutes whispering loudly enough for others to hear "ahhhhh of course. SO easy". I feel like this test strategy makes my fellow classmates feel nervous and start to second guess their answers with my profound confidence in my answers.
In reality I am drawing things on my desk, on my hand, on my coffee cup, on my test sheet; sometimes I write my profs little notes on the side.
Chair up. Chair down. Chair up. Chair down. If you are in a room that has spinny chairs with little hydrolic lifty things, the only thing to do is to use it to your advantage.
I suppose I will see what mark these tactics return me.