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While the annual volume of examination questions published by the College Entrance Examination Board has met the needs of many candidates for examination and their teachers, the Board is constantly in receipt of communications asking for the questions set in certain subjects in successive years. In order to meet this demand the Board has prepared pamphlets containing the questions in certain subjects from 1906 to 1910 inclusive. These pamphlets are as follows:
1. Examination questions in Latin and Greek, 1906–1910. 2. Examination questions in English and other modern languages,
1906-1910. 3. Examination questions in mathematics, 1906-1910. 4. Examination questions in history, 1906–1910. 5. Examination questions in the natural sciences and in drawing,
Besides meeting the needs of candidates for examination and their teachers, these publications ought to have more widely a beneficial influence upon teaching for the reason that they illustrate in concrete form principles agreed upon by many leading teachers of the subjects represented.
BE. CESAR Gallic War, Books I-IV, and NEPOS
F. SALLUST — Catiline
DQ. VIRGIL Æneid, Books I-VI, and Sight Translation of Poetry