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Amazingly A Girl Scores An Extra Credit After Drawing a Meme on Her Math Exam

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Submitted by: Julie May Palaca

Math isn’t as easy as 1, 2, 3 but there’s an instAnt wAy for a bOnUs you might not think could be.

Recently, a 16-year old girl from Hendrickson High School in Pflugerville, Texas named Maeve Lindel banged up the web when she posted her exam in Algebra II.

BUT… this one comes with a twist, for instead of filling her exam with mind torturing, eye dizzying mathematical equations, what she did was to draw the Mocking Spongebob Meme on it.

Abruptly, you may think that she might get an unstoppable nag but Mr. Jordan Marks, her teacher, gave her a dazzling 7 points rather.

Mr. Marks said that he credited Maeve to show that he appreciated the girl’s artwork throughout the sem plus he the bonus point was picked randomly.

This cutie, told Buzz Feed that it’s her habit to doodle on her exam and recently on her viral tweet she replied that she was also quite complimented before when she drew T-Rex on her exam.

A real goal isn’t it? So the next time around to break the head-hurting mathematical problems, lessen the tension but make sure you can draw a meme as better and as latest as what she did.

And oops don’t forget, also check your teacher’s mood. That’s the most important part of doing this kinda awesomely magical trick.

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