NORAIAL AND PREPARATORY" 23
he eh e vears of a»c, and for admission to the first vear of either
the Xormal or Preparatory course of study, at least/b'.'/'/é.-./c
Candidatcs for admission to the Model School will be exam-
ined in the elementari/ principlcs of the common English
branche-, and, in case many apply, those will be preferred who,
in thejudgment of the cxaminers, give the g rea test promise of
good seholarship and future usefulness.
For admission to either of the regolar coursos of study in
this department candidatcs will bo thoroughly cxamined in
Reading, "NVriting, Mental Ariclimetic, Practical Arithinetic as
far as Simple Interest, (inclusive,) English Grammar, (especially
Etymology and Syntax,) and (ieography, including Map Draw¬
For more advanced standing, proportionate qualitk'atiuns are
None are admittccl to full membership 11 liti 1 thev bave hoiiur-
ablv passed a probation of six months.
TIMES AXD COXDITIOXS ()F ADMISSION
Applic.utts from ahroads'totdd first cyrnmiinicate with the Prin¬
cipal of tìie Department in irritine!, sfi.diìig o.eje. tidranecmcnt in
study, pecuniary dbility, ami any otlrtr important informahon.
Observance of this rule will often prevent a needless waste of
time and of monev. since correspondence is mucli cheaper than
travelling, and is usuallv qui te as satisfactorv as a personal inter-
view. Certainly no one sliould think of coming without mak-
ing preliminare arrangement*, unless he is thoroughly qualitìed
to pass the required examinations, and lias the means tobear ali
The office of the Principal will be open for the examination
of candidatcs for admission for two weeks prcvious to the open-
ing of the Fall Terni, and 011 Monday and Tuesday preeecling
the b.'ginning of the Winter and Spring Tcrms.
Often an orai examination, brief and general in its character,
Avill alone be necessarv ; but the Principal may at any timo
require a most thorough Avritten examination.