- University of Toronto engineering students got a big surprise during an exam recently when they were interrupted by a rapping flash mob, who were actually performers from the sketch comedy/musical group Skule Nite.
But the biggest shock comes midway through the video when the exam supervisors join in with violins.
Skule Nite tweeted last week that they were back in business after the summer break - and then posted the video two days later.
- The Worst Test has gone viral since being posted earlier this week, with over 1.6 million views on YouTube.
- It's not the first time Skule Nite has interrupted a first-year engineering exam.
Last year, they performed "One Test More," based on the song "One Day More" from Les Miserables.That video now has over 450, 000 views on YouTube.
- Here are a few more school videos that made our grade.
1. Hope Christian Schools' Scholar Ladies video.
The Hope is a network of college-prep schools in Milwaukee. The video below was the winner in the 2009 Hope Idol competition. But the school hasn't stopped making videos - you can view more at the Hope YouTube channel.
- 2. Teach me How to Factor, a parody of Teach Me How To Dougie by Cali Swag District.
Westerville South High School in Westerville, Ohio has had several YouTube hits besides this video, like Getting Triggy Wit It and Super Base, but this is one of their best.
- 4. This UBC lipdub from last year sets a new standard for school lipdubs. It's nearly ten minutes long, involves over 1000 people, has members of the band Marianas Trench performing, and has garnered over 1.8 million views on YouTube.
- 5. In Da Lab chemistry rap. A group of advanced science students made the rap, borrowing the beat from rapper J-Kwon's Tipsy, for their last high school video project