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Mid-Year Examinations


All examinations begin at 9.15 unless otherwise stated and must not extend beyond three hours. The regulations are as follows:

"No student is permitted to take any books or papers into the examination room except by express direction of the instructor. No communication is permitted between students in the examination room on any subject whatever.

A student who is not in the examination room within five minutes after the hour appointed for the examination shall not be admitted without permission of the instructor or of the officer in general charge of examinations." Examinations Today. Class. Arch. 4,  Sever 18 Economics 33,  Emerson J Engineering 6K,  Pierce 202 Fine Arts 1a  Robinson Fine Arts 10b (Arch. 4a)  Robinson German 36,  Emerson J Government 16,  Emerson D Latin 3hf.  Sever 18 Latin 7 hf.,  Sever 18 Semitic 17,  Sem. Mus. 2 Graduate Schools of Applied Science. Engineering 17k,  Pierce 202 Metallurgy 16,  Rotch Building Examinations Tomorrow. Botany 13,  Sever 36 Economics 3: Abbe to Horgan (inclusive),  Harvard 5 Horst to Wyner (inclusive),  Harvard 6 French 2: Section X, Mr. Altrocchi, Section XI, Mr. Hicks, Almeda to Thumim (inclusive)  Sever 23 Weiss to Woodruff (inclusive),  Sever 24 German F, sect. I,  Sever 24 Italian 5,  Sever 17 Latin A,  Sever 17 Mathematics E: Section 1, Mr. Robbins's,  Sever 35 Section 2, Mr. Miller's,  Sever 36 Mathematics 18,  Sever 17 Philosophy 23a,  Emerson D Slavic 4,  Emerson D Spanish 1, sect. I,  Sever 5 Graduate Schools of Applied Science Engineering E 17m,  Pierce 202 Engineering 7L,  Pierce 202 Mining 20b,  Sever 5

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