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  1. Shades McCool

    Shades McCool Kal-el
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    Hey I am a second year at UAB and I am also involved with getting our Skit Night put together.

    One skit I am doing is a skit about what is going through everyone's head while they are taking one of the computer tests. I am actually getting to put together a test that our MEIS is going to put on the testing server so we can take the test while taping our skit. Now this is where you all come into play.

    I need questions for the test. I am talking about F'd up questions. Who better to ask that other burnt out students like myself. Here are two example questions...

    Bla bla bla all of the following are NOT NOT FALSE EXCEPT:
    A. Bla
    B. Bla
    C. Bla
    D. All of the above.

    How many cells are in a glomerulus:
    A. 302
    b. 301
    c. 303
    d. 304

    I am allowed to put pictures, drawing and movies in the test as well. Another question that I will be using will have a 1" x 1" pathology picture which is impossible to see and the stem will be "What's up".

    So if anyone has ANY ideas at all for funny or ridiculously hard questions, post 'em. They don't even have to be medical questions.

    Thanks in advance.
     
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  3. MattD

    MattD Curmudgeon
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    Hey, I know this is totally off topic, but is there a "source" for the DVD of last years skit night? The videos y'all showed us during orientation were hilarious, it'd be fun to be able to load one up now and then to relieve the monotony :)
     
  4. Shades McCool

    Shades McCool Kal-el
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    Well if you want to rip mine then I'll let you borrow it. Any good suggestions on questions....
     
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    MattD Curmudgeon
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    How about a question that asks "What is Dr. (a certain anatomy/neuro professor, I think you know who I'm talking about)'s favorite disease?"

    Followed by four answer choices quoting anecdotes in which the patient ultimately died. I assume you guys got these same stories last year?
     
  6. Shades McCool

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    All of his friends ultimately die of a rare disease. Want to borrow the DVD?
     
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    MattD Curmudgeon
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    This is why I was hesitant to join the club :) Sure, if you stick it in my box I'll rip it and get it back to you the next day.
     
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    All of the following are MOST LIKELY to NOT be untrue in their falsehood EXCEPT:
    a.) Truth
    b.) Falsehood
    c.) all of the above
    d.) none of the above


    Which of the following best describes the portal circulation system of the hypothalamus-pituitary axis?
    a.) answer choice b, but not answer choice a
    b.) answer choice a, but not answer choice b
    c.) answer choice a, but also answer choice b
    d.) answer choice b, but also answer choice a.
    e.) only two of the above


    Suppose an individual has fibrotic pulmonary disease that results in an increase in the alveolar-arterial (a1-a2) O2 gradient. Suppose further that a pulmonary function curve test is conducted on the individual. Further lab tests reveal Pa2O2=77 mmHg, Pa2CO2=45 mmHg. Intrapleural pressure is -4 at the start of inspiration and the lungs experience a recoil pressure with an absolute value of 8 mmHg. Which of the following would you expect to be true of Pa1O2?
    a.) Pa1O2 = +0 mmHg while inspiring
    b.) Pa1O2 = -0 mmHg while inspiring
    c.) Pa1O2 = zero throughout inspiration and expiration
    d.) Pa1O2 > Pa1O2
    e.) Pa1O2 < Pa1O2
    f.) Pa1O2 < Pa2CO2
    g.) Pa1O2 < Pa2O2
    h.) There is no such thing as Pa1O2, because it is a "shadow" pressure.
    i.) Pa1O2 is much greater than ambient pressure at the start of inspiration.
    j.) Pa1O2 is lesser than ambient pressure at the end of expiration.



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    (btw I've made some edits to make them funnier)
     
  9. Shades McCool

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    These are great. I especially like the second one. It's money!
     
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    Anybody else loves when they ask us to calculate things then don't have the corrert answer there or when the vignette is 12 pages long yet still manages to tell you nothing.

    1. The total number of digits on the left hand divided by the number of hands on the human body is:
    a. 2
    b. 3
    c. 17.2
    d. Of no functional value to anyone ever

    2. A 14 year old female with one arm, three legs, crossed eyes and a harelip presents to the emergency room with bleeding from a 2.68 cm laceration in the lower right corner of the epigastrium. She reports a two week history of green bilious vomiting, flatulence and a rattling cough producing pink frothy sputum with blue and orange streaks. Two hours later she dies.
    a. Procarbazine is used to treat Sickle Cell Disease
    b. The GFR is useful in the staging of Thrombotic thrombocytopenic purpura
    c. You've just lost 12 years of your life trying to figure out if there's a question here only to realize this is an elaborate ploy to make sure no one gets an A in my class.
    d. The Byzantine Empire
     
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    The Byzantine Empire!
     
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    My personal favorite:

    Question
    Which of the Following Answer(s) are correct:
    A) Answer 1
    B) Answer 2
    C) Answer 3
    D) Answer 4
    E) Answer 5


    So none of them are correct, but some invoke a memory trigger and seem like correct answers, and the only way to correctly answer the question is to leave it blank.
     
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    One of these thing is not like the other, One of these things just doesn't belong, Can you tell which thing is not like the others By the time I finish my song?

    A. 1
    B. 2
    C. 3
    D. 4
    E. fndjksbfhjidfbfdfb fjbf
    F all of the above

    Sorry, sometime I revert back to preschool
     
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    :D There's an inner history lover trying to break out.
     
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    MartianOddity The sexy thing from Mars
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    1. A macrophage fuses with a primary lysosome, what is formed?

    A) A macrophage
    B) A primary lysosome
    C) Hypothalamus
    D) Nissl bodies
    E) All of the above

    (Supposed to be secondary lysosome, but the answer isn't avaiable)

    2. There's a lesion in the CN X nerve, which palsy can we expect to occur?

    A) Old Mans Claw Hand of Benediction Palsy
    B) Mick Jagger's Palsy
    C) Down's Syndrome
    D) Kleinefelters Syndrome
    E) Syndrome from The Incredibles


    3. A man from the 80's enters the hospital with a strong cut in his Cervical Plexus caused by a blunt foreign object that has not been found. He's suffering from a Septic Shock and is eating a hamburger. The skin and musculature around the area where the Cervical Plexus has been cut is undamaged and he's already been given 20 mg of Ibuprofene. What should you do as a physician to save his life?

    A) Make him stop eating the hamburger as it's bad for his health
    B) Make an invasive surgery to fix the Cervical Plexus with a chewing gum
    C) Take him to the hospital
    D) Give him 70 mg of Ibuprofene since he obviously weighs 80 lbs
    E) Pimp him as you clearly see that he's a Medical Student


    4. What did the BioChemistry lecturer say March 20th last year from 14.30 PM to 14.31 PM?

    A) My wife doesn't know that I'm cheating on her, it's OK!
    B) My husband doesn't know that I'm cheating on him, it's OK!
    C) The chemical bondings between these two molecules are called Ben and Eve.
    D) I like Baywatch a lot, I grew up with it. Go Pamela! Yeah!
    E) This is so funny, now look at this...WHAM! Did you see that?! DID YOU SEE THAT?!! Awesome, this is why I became a Chemist! Yeeeeeeehaaaaaw!


    5. Who invented the Lollipop?

    A) Adam West
    B) Joseph Stalin
    C) Marco Polo
    D) Aston Martin
    E) All of the above


    6. Which(s) of these(s) question(s) are true(s)?
    A) What's a hyalomere?
    B) How do you make a cut to get into the sternum?
    C) Who's your daddy?
    D) Who's my bitch?
    E) All of the above?
     
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    Most of the exams I take are pretty much like this. Just not as blatant.
     

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