I encountered this from the picture below when I was marking the papers yesterday. I wanted to post this to give a reminder to whoever taking the computer studies subject especially my students to prepare and revise well during exam time. You can use memory techniques or other methods that help you understand. When talking about time, manage your time and choose morning to revise because that's when you are fresh and alert. Revise in a calm, relax environment, play soothing music or music that you like because sometimes we can associate the music with the things we remember. If you can remember your favourite song with the loved ones, why not for the study.
Ok back to the story. For years I have been teaching Computers, I have never come across such answer. This simply cracked me up. I don't know what was happening inside the person's mind when trying to answer the question.
I can say a good attempt but not good enough to deserve the marks. Ok first answer should be "Eye Strain", the person forgot the "S" and second answer the person would try to answer as "parts of the body getting crammed" in this case particularly the leg. This was obvious the person had other ideas. In actual case, this condition is called DVT (Deep Vein Thrombosis), there has been few cases of blood clot in the leg area which can cause death due to spending long hours without any movement of the leg involving use of computers and playing games. The blood clot if break free can cause complications, travel to the lungs, in medical term called pulmonary embolism. This means the lungs getting hacked. The condition is similar if you are flying on a long distance flight. One reported case claimed to be death by spending too much playing with games is Kim Kyung-jae from Korea. He apparently played for 86 hours, only stopped for cigarette and pee break. Click here for the story. How to avoid this? Have a break least for 5-10 minutes, move around and stretch the legs. I'm starting to feel the numb so I better stand up and reach for more papers to mark.