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The paper does not test factual knowledge and there are no set books for study, the best preparation being regular reading and practice in writing clear English. Usually there will be three questions, each in several parts, of which candidates will have to answer two. A similar type of paper devised by the Joint Matriculation Board and held for the first time in March, 1963, is en tided the "Test in English", which will be similar in approach to that already described. Since it is intended solely for University purposes, entries will only be accepted if head teachers certify 53 PARENT'S GUIDE TO EXAMINATIONS that the candidates are seriously considering appHcation for admission to a University some eighteen months later, and that they are already entered in the year of taking this test for at least one "A" level subject.
The Cambridge Board naturally has strong local connections in East Anglia, but also has roots in other parts of the country. Although it covers the normal academic subjects, it also lays stress on the importance of practical work in such subjects as Geography, Biology, Agricultural Science and Surveying (as well as the more normal practical tests in such subjects as Cookery). e. direct grant schools, independent schools, or technical colleges—or were engaged in private study. A special feature of the work of the Cambridge Board is its connections overseas in areas which include Malaya, India, Pakistan, West Africa, East Africa, the Sudan and the Caribbean.
Invigilators must, of course, have no connection with the schools in which they are invigilating. The Papers Normally each boy is examined in English, Scripture, Geo graphy, English History, Mathematics, French and Latin. In addition, Greek, Latin Verse and Extra Mathematics may be taken as optional papers. There are, however, variations on these arrangements and it is interesting to note that Greek is no longer compulsory at any school and that for Eton, Latin Verse is now described as "desirable but not essential".