WE have heard Special Students complain of the delay which they experience in getting their marks. While we admit that there are some of this class of students to whom their standing cannot be of the slightest interest, there are others who are deeply interested in their work, and who show that interest by constant application. It seems to us that instructors should find no difficulty in discovering who the latter are, and should take especial care to give them their marks at the time when they give them to regular students.
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