I don't know when the poor little things actually receive their results, but since it's now been a month since finishing the enviable task of marking GCSE Religious Studies papers, I can now exclusively reveal the bits I found my most memorable.
I should mention that most of the candidates were answering questions from the 'Christianity' section, hence the lop-sided emphasis. Read on:
Q: Give one word that describes the nature of God and state what it means.
A: Forest. God created forest so it's nature of God.
'Christians… believe that life is the most important part of life.'
'If we all lived God's way then there wouldn't be any poverty, no one to help. If we have no one to help then what does humanity do next?'
'Christians believe that if they don't get burnt and be cremated they would come back to life again.'
'Jesus fed 5000 people with only 5 lobsters… If you don't believe that then I think you are not a Christian.'
Q: In what way does the Holy Spirit effect Christians?
A: The Holy Spirit effects Christians by doing evil things.
'People visit Lords as it's seen as a holy place where miracles happen.'