My Physics exam is approaching, but I am not in mood to study rigorously , which appears very common here.
Students here devote lot of time in solving questions only along with cramming, rather than propelling in the concept which drive the question. So, coming to the point,
I can visualize any Physics concept in action inside my mind about which I had studied.
Therefore,on similar notion, while I was going through some online articles yesterday, I came across a good imagination game:
Here, Objective is simple. One had to choose any one piece among the 20 pieces, and try to imagine wildest concept which can come in mind by looking at it.
This test checks how wild we can think by just looking at any small part of a complete picture which is printed in our minds.
Numbering is from left to right, as we do in matrices.
Imagination should be in realms of Community Guidelines.
A window opened? Or a book? Pretty much the same. Books are the window to knowledge.
Two snakes gasping for breath, after the man from (11) bit them.
Silhouette trees upright or snow laden trees upside down? If its the later, I hope the camera man is not actually trapped in sheets of ice.
Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, but the protagonist is unlucky and both roads are dead end.
Something Indians would describe as “aage kuan, peechhe khaai”. Roughly translates to “Well in front and a ditch behind”.
Those are students beside each other at back of the class, away from professor’s eye. For legal reasons I don’t endorse adventures in classrooms.