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Correlation Examinations


In connection with the notice which appeared in the CRIMSON on Saturday, April 30, to the effect that the Division of History, Government, and Economics "has abolished the correlation examination for Seniors out for honors," the Chairman of the Divisional Board of Examiners has made the following statement:

"No. 1. No change in the system of examinations will take place this year.

2. A Special Divisional Committee is studying proposals to alter the form of testing correlation.

3. The principle of correlation will be retained.

4. The present system of correlation examinations will continue in operation until further notice is given by the Board of Examiners of the Division of History, Government, and Economics."

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