historical study of examinations and grading systems in early American universities

a critical study of the original records of Harvard, William and Mary, Yale, Mount Holyoke, and Michigan from their founding to 1900
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Other titlesExaminations and grading systems in early American universities.
Statementby Mary Lovett Smallwood.
SeriesHarvard studies in education ;, v. 24
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LC ClassificationsLB2367 .S55 1934
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Paginationxiii p., 1 l., 132 p.
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LC Control Number36001689
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