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THE following questions make a complete set of the Examination Papers (except on the subject of Geometry) which have been used for admission to Harvard College since 1860. No papers on Geometry are given previous to 1866, as the requisites for admission to that department were changed in that year. The papers on Trigonometry previous to 1871 are for examination for advanced standing; since then, for admission to Course II.
These papers will furnish an excellent series of questions on Modern, Physical, and Ancient Geography; Grecian and Roman History; Arithmetic and Algebra; Plane and Solid Geometry; Logarithms and Trigonometry; Latin and Greek Grammar and Composition; Physics and Mechanics. They have been collected and published in this form for the convenience of teachers and classes in high schools, and especially for pupils preparing for college.
The papers for admission used hereafter, at the annual examinations in June and September, will be added every year to this volume.
MELROSE, MASS., March, 1873.
IN the Harvard University Catalogue, published by C. W. Sever, Cambridge, a full collection of examination papers may be found, comprising not only the papers set for Admission to College, but also nearly all the final examination papers given in the several Courses of Instruction in the College, the papers given in the Divinity, Law, and Medical Schools, those set for Admission to the Lawrence Scientific School, and those used at the Preliminary Examinations for Women. These make about 160 pages of close type each year. The price of the Catalogue is, in paper 50 cts., in cloth 75 cts.