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For anyone constantly looking for creative ways to roast people they dislike, these AP high school students may be the perfect inspiration.
Each year high school students can choose to take Advanced Placement (AP) exams to be counted for college credit. On this year’s language arts AP exam, administered Wednesday, the teens somehow found the perfect opportunity to roast President Donald Trump.
According to BuzzFeed, question No. 3 of the exam was based on Chris Hedge’s column “America the Literate” and asked students what role “artifice” plays in politics. Many students saw this as a way to discuss Trump’s political and communication strategies and brag about it on Twitter afterward using the hashtag #APLang.
Some students even memed about what Trump would think about these tweets or even their essays if he read them.
However, not all students used Trump as their ideal example of political artifice.
The College Board, the organization that facilitates the SAT and AP exams, strictly forbids students from discussing the exam material until final grades are released. It seems many of these high schoolers weren’t concerned.
The jokes have spread so far there’s even a “tag yourself” meme for the exam featuring an “artifice” tag, “communist mom,” and “hedonistic treadmill.”
Here’s to hoping no test scores get canceled over memes!
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