Treasure Island

Rishi Menon

(12-Feb-1997)

Exam Phobia


Exam Phobia

Exams are a pain in the head
All this studying could knock us dead
From Bio to History, Computer and Maths
So much info, So many stats

In Chemistry we study combustion and flame
Well, I think its pretty lame
During exams there's so much to learn
Why do we need to know how candles burn?

Exams give us so much tension
The troubles of it I simply cant mention
Exams grow harder year after year
Of higher classes I very much fear

The invigilator has a good view
If anyone cheated, she always knew
But alas, there's no escaping
Exams are a must, just try accepting

Rishi Menon,12 years

Submitted: Friday, November 20, 2009
Edited: Tuesday, September 18, 2012

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