NORAIAL AND PREPARATORY' 25
DIRECTIOXS FOR THF FXAAIIXAITOXS.
In order to secare cntire fairnc-s in the examinations, and to
prevent improprieties of any kind, caeh pupil is expected to
carefully observe the following directions :
1. On the day before the examination begins, take home ali
vour books ; sec that nothing whatever is left in vour desk
cxccpt this card and vour siate ; that vour desk is cleaned out
and free from bits of paper and rubbish of everv kind ; that
the ink-well is in good order and supplici with fresh ink, and
that vour slate is thoi-oujrhlv cleaned.
2. Observe the sanie mie everv day before leaving the exami¬
.*>. Come eaeh day provided with pen-, pcn-holder, and pencils.
4. AVrite vour naine and the subject cf vour examination
distinetly at the top of cadi page.
5. You necci not copy the questions upon vour paper, but be
carefill to number cadi answer to correspond with cadi question.
li. If unable to answer any cpicstion, write its proper number,
and opposite the sanie write, "I cannot answer."
7 h\ answering questions in arithinetic, algebra, Are, give
the work as well ;is the answer.
8. After beginning a set of questions, do not leave the rotini
without the permission of the teaeher in charge, until that exer-
cisc is completed.
9. A\ nen under examination, avoid, with the utmost strict-
nes-, ali Communications with others, whether by talking, whis-
pcring, notes, signs, or otherwise ; and do not look over the
answers of others lying on the sanie or adjoiniug desks, or allow
others in this manner to look over vour answer-.
10. Referring to text-books, or to written or printed abstraets,
or memoranda of any kind conneeted with the subject of exami¬
nation, or having sueh book, abstract, or memorandum in vour
desk or about vour pcrson. will eause vour exercise to be