The following changes have been made in the list of mid-year examinations since the order was announced: Slavic 1b will be held in Upper Dane on January 28, instead of in the Fogg Lecture Room on February 8. Slavic 2a has been added to the list of examinations on January 29, and History 29 will be held in Harvard 6 on February 4, instead of in Sever 30 on February 6. The room of History 26 has been changed from Sever 30 to Sever 36, and that of Romance Philology 4 from Sever 30 to Upper Dane. French 1b will be held in Upper Massachusetts instead of in Sever 23 and 24, and Botany 2 will be given in the Zoological Lecture Room instead of Harvard 5. The room of Chemistry 9 has been changed from Harvard 5 to Upper Massachusetts, that of Government 21 from Harvard 5 to Lower Massachusetts, and that of Engineering 16d from Upper Dane to Pierce 202. Business 25 will be held in the Fogg Lecture Room on February 13, instead of in Upper Dane on February 9.
Changes in Mid-Year Examinations
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