Jonny Scaramanga got his hands on Packets of Accelerated Christian Education (PACEs) — curriculums used by many Christian educators in the United States and the United Kingdom.
Normally, when you see exam questions from Christian schools, the criticism is that the answers are all about the Bible (and also just plain wrong).
But Scaramanga’s images of multiple choice questions from a broad range of subjects shows that they’re not just bad questions; the answer choices all point to the obvious answer.
Imagine an entire test filled with $100 questions from “Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?”
It’s just like that.
Let’s start with the questions for the 10-year-olds: