Why is this allowed?
Because it's above 50, silly.
>/a/ - Anime & High School Math
T-t-that's an English test...
Is failing just not a thing over there? And yes, I'm fully aware as even against plenty of empirical data, they will always pass because it's animu
It looks like the teacher just saw how shit she did and just wrote all over her paper
>Leaving many answer keys blank.
At least fucking try.
I think you can fail all you want it just fucks you over in your future prospects (won't get into high school).
At least she has good handwriting?
>just leaving answers blank
what a retard
>it's possible to not get into high school
How long does mandatory education last? Until you're 12 or something?
Why is Rikka so stupid? I bet Satone gets great grades.
Yes we all read that joke last night, very funny yes.
Japan doesn't have massive grade inflation bs you get in America. Even a 60 can be a good score depending on the teacher and subject.
High school is in fact not mandatory in Japan.
Yeah man, distribution curves is just some stupid shit we make up for no fucking reason.
It's like you have no idea about Japanese culture.
Aww shit, chuuni maths thread 2.0?
Because women get a slap on the wrist no matter what they do
Oh, right, it's so your dumb kids can feel better about themselves when not one of them can get more than half the answers right on a test. My bad.
Not him but, why would they leave the answer blank?
From "Catherin desu... y...yes" to 53/100. Not bad, Rikka, not bad.
Ok, I wanna hear your rationalization on this one.
I did this often. I wanted to convey to the teacher that I was aware that my answers were wrong instead of seeming as though I thought I understood a problem.
The japs are brought up with shame pounded into the very fibre of their being; they're not supposed to do anything to embarrass themselves or their associates or families.
The short of it is that this builds up a mentality where they would sooner not even try than try to do something that they believe they will do wrong, because they don't want to shame themselves.
In some tests, you get points deducted for a wrong answer. There's also times when you don't have a remote idea of the answer and there is no reason to bother trying, especially in a foreign language. Would you suggest them put random letters together?
well I didn't grow up in that culture so I think that mentality is very silly, but thanks for explaining.
lol for a country that makes shit tons of animes and manga about young kids never giving up no matter the consequences that's pretty fucked up
I don't know if that really works anyways my fuel was rage for every hit I receieved
That's exactly why anime is like that.
There is also a time issue. Why should they spend time writing a wrong answer if they have barely time to finish the test?
Joke was unfunny yesterday, and it still is.
You just ruined that joke for me, cockhead. Everyone saw it.
What's the joke?
You thought the ahoge was just for show?
That fucking cat.
>Being proud of 53.
Wouldn't you be proud if you got to dress Dark Flame Mastah as a magical girl, once and for all cementing his status as best girl?
Dunnow about your school, but at mine you get points deducted for guessing. This means you either know the answer (and write it) or you leave the field blank.
>subtitles put names in the wrong order
I've never had a test like that in high school or college, I like in the US.
>implying any nipp will skip HS
it seems to be an open ended test so I'm not exactly sure how one would go about actually trying to guess the correct answers when you don't have a clue
If you don't attend a single class, do you hand in a blank test, or do you draw squiggles and animu doodles on your organic chemistry final?
You realize a LOT do not finish High school right? Most of their massive construction force are drop outs.
Could just use hirigana since everybody should know whose it is to begin with from context. No point in that being on screen.
>Could easily have gotten an overall B in English at least
>Shakespeare test that expects you to write 5 pages in 60 minutes shoehorned into curriculum
>Write two lines total and get a D
I love how the inane scribblings of a 450 year old dead man can ruins thousands of peoples prospects for the rest of their lives.
That should Englishman if you're talking about yourself.
>implying their teachers know English
Shakespeare was easy bro
All the memories of the math test in S1 made me rewatch that episode (5). It was great.
So was your mom and still many refused her and failed the class.
That handwriting is better than mine.
>implying any Japanese person knows English
>>Write two lines total and get a D
Everyone who's able to produce only two lines may be only good in sucking D. Everything is OK
Please tell me this is bait.
I think it's one of those "joke" things.
The SAT standardized examination.
I've always wondered why Japanese tests are out of 100 when there's never more than 20-30 questions on the page.
Are you serious?
neither did he, his knowledge of "japanese culture" comes straight from chinese cartoons
I had a physics professor who said "If you waste my time and yours with a stupid answer that doesn't even deserve partial credit for at least having some idea of what to do, I'm taking off points. You'll be better off leaving it blank."
I'm not surprised.
Grading a half-assed answer can take a lot of time. It's hard to determine how much credit it actually deserves.
At my school we were always encouraged to just guess if we don't know. Especially on the big school-wide tests that I don't remember the name of.
Its okay for yew to speaku engliss, right?
Oh shit, that deducted point for wrong answers? I remember guessing on a lot of shit, maybe that explains the shit score.
Your retarded gf will never persuade you into dressing up as magical girl.
Every test is scored with a value out of 100 you retard.
I've noticed. That's what I'm wondering about, given there's only 35 questions. Why isn't it out of 35?
Echoing this anon, it was stated during the explanation of the rules of the exam that there were likely more questions than you had time to answer and if you didn't finish all the questions in time you should not just guess the remaining answers as it would lower your score more.
Again, every single test there is is being scored with a value out of 100.
The only trick would be how to accept without seeming too eager
>No, w-well maybe if it's for you, but I-I'm not doing this because I like you or anything, b-baka
I love that every profession that uses high level math does it using computer programs but to this day there's schools that think it's important to be able to do calculation of mid-high level math by hand.
Actual professional tip: It's not.
Not necessarily I've taken 20 question tests worth 15 points, that simply gave you a percentage of the 15 points based on the percentage of correct answers.
But this is way to hard for the guy you're talking with.
So what makes up the remaining 65 points? I considered it might be a percentage, but 35 doesn't divide into a number that rounds to 53%.
Unless the animators were just being lazy and picked a random number between 0 and 100.
oh my god
Take a calculator
Say a test has 35 questions on it, but you only get 27 correct
You divide 27 by 35 and multiply the answer by 100, that's your percentage
So you would have gotten a 77.1% on the test
This is basic math dude
>My faggot cat keeps giving me this faggot look
On the inverse, assuming that the 53 wasn't rounded down or up from a decimal place, on a test with 35 questions, they only got 18-19 questions right to get a 53%
only works if all questions give the same amount of points
I find it ironic that I did well in probably the least useful mandatory class, science.
There's 35 questions on the test. Scoring 18 would have gotten ~51%. Scoring 19 would have gotten ~54%. They got 53.
Hence why I was wondering if the animators had just got lazy. But the teachers could at last have the decency to put a percentage mark if it's a percentage. It would be ambiguous with a low score.
Her name is KOTORIASOBI
There's multiple sections maybe they aren't all weighted the same
Again, assuming the 53% wasn't rounded up or down from something, of course using the full number won't give an accurate result
>But the teachers could at last have the decency to put a percentage mark if it's a percentage.
As the other anon was saying, because all japanese tests are graded like that, it goes without saying that it's a percentage mark and you need higher than 50.
Cute girls holding up their bad grades is my fetish.
Oh yeah, that's the stuff.
>ITT let me tell you about your country
hu u quot
What a lazy faggot. I always write whatever shit if I don't know and it's very rare to not get any points.
why are japs so obsessed with violent slapstick?
tbh I don't think I could stand to have such a child as my gf. Shes not even growing as a character! She has pretty much gone back to what it was in season 1. Why date someone if I am pretty much their father all the time?
Fuck off, retard.
>Waiting for actual subs
It's because you go to school filled with autists. Faggot