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Series 14 - Public Examinations Board Manual

Date Range1895 - 1985
Quantity140 cm, 8 boxes
ProvenancePublic Examinations Board
Description

The Public Examinations Board was first appointed by the University Council in 1901 in order to conduct public examinations in general and commercial education. In 1924, it was expanded to include other educational institutions and members were appointed by the Minister of Education. The Manuals include information on syllabus, regulations, copies of examination papers and notes by examiners. To 1969, they also included pass lists.

ArrangedChronological
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261  Junior Public Examination Certificates 1887 - 1900

265  Senior Public Examination Certificates 1887 - 1900

266  Senior Public Examination Special Subject Certificates 1887 - 1900

262  Junior Public Examination Certificates for Candidates Over 16 1888 - 1900

263  Junior Public Examination Special Subject Certificates 1890 - 1892

623  University Public and Commercial Examination Records 1901 - 1924

17  Public Examinations Board Letter Books 1901 - 1926

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Public Examinations Board Manual

This item contains references to: Public Examinations Board

Date Range 1895 - 1985    Quantity 140 cm, 8 boxes
Inventory Identifier 001400001 Box Number 1 Series 14
Published by the University of Adelaide Archives on University of Adelaide Archives Web Site, 2003
Listed by University of Adelaide Archives
HTML edition University of Adelaide Archives
Updated 6 November 2013
http://www.adelaide.edu.au/records/archives/guide/0014.htm

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