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Gordon Maracle's Lower School Examination Results
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Certificates
Description
This paper states that Gordon Maracle had passed the courses necessary to continue on to High School.
Date of Original
July 20, 1933
Date Of Event
June 1933
Subject(s)
Language of Item
English
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Kanhiote Tyendinaga Territory Public Library
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1658 York Road, Tyendinaga Mohawk Territory
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“ONTARIO DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION – Lower School Examination – Maracle, Gordon a candidate for the Lower School Examinations held at Midland in June, 1933 is entitled to the standing indicated in the annexed schedule. SIGNED ON BEHALF OF THE HIGH SCHOOL ENTRANCE BOARD at Midland July 20, 1933 JaGibson, BA. B. Paed. J.J. Robbins. BA. Secretary. Chairman. – NOTE 1. This certificate is issued under the provisions of Sec. 18 of Circulat 77, The Lower School Examination Regulations, 1933. – Note 2. Standing granted at this examination will be accepted pro tanto for High School Graduation anf for admission to a Normal School in Ontario. – NOTE 3. Candidates who fail in onr or more papers are reffered to the rever side of this certificate for additional information. [OVER] Exam. Form 42, 60,000-February, 1933. – SCHEDULE (a) Maximum for each paper, 100. (b) Requirements to pass, 50 per cent. On each paper. (c) A blank space indicates that standing is granted on a paper. (d) The entry of marks indicates that standing is not granted. (e) XX indicates a paper not taken. (f) In the case of a failure, if the paper has been re-read, “R” is entered after the marks.” On Reverse: “APPEALS – A candidate who fails to make pass standing in a paper may have his answer paper re-read on making an appeal; but no appeal for re-reading an answer paper for the purpose of securing proficiency, or honour, standing when the candidate has already passed in such paper will be considered. The examination records show that in the great majority of cases it is useless to appeal. The fee for appeal, which will be re-turned if the appeal is sustained, is $2.00 per paper. The appeal should be addressed to the Deputy Minister of Education, Parliament Buildings, and should state the paper the candidate desires to have reconsidered and the centre at which he wrote. Teachers who undertake to enter appeals for their pupils should make the appeal for each candidate on a separate sheet of paper and submit therewith the prescribed fee. No appeal will be entertained after the first day of October. “

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Gordon Maracle's Lower School Examination Results


This paper states that Gordon Maracle had passed the courses necessary to continue on to High School.