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128 Out of 492 Want Consideration

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Of 492 students enrolled in Government 1, 128 asked monitors for special consideration in the arrangement of the seating list, on account of near-sightedness, deafness in one or both ears, or "difficulty in maintaining a sufficient degree of concentration.

Many men asked for a specific seat in a specific row without listing any ailments. Three asked for back seats, also without showing cause.

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