An invitation to relive the agonies of yesteryear by taking an examination question, even a brief one, may seem easy to refuse. Admitting that the subject is Civil Procedure may seal the issue. But this question triggers a reflex that should be common to all lawyers. Try it. After thinking aobut the question - if you frame your answer without writing it out, less than 20 minutes will do - go on to the explanation of the question's origin and my own answer.
Cooper, Edward H. "One More Final Exam?" Law Quad. Notes 43, no. 2 (2000): 38-40.