HC Deb 13 March 1912 vol 35 cc1106-7

asked whether, at the first annual examination of the students of the two-years' course in the training colleges under the National Board of Education, Ireland, held in 1905, the answering of the students was judged and recorded by the inspectors by numbers or by words, such as good, fair, bad?


The Commissioners of National Education inform me that the inspectors recorded the merit of each student's answering at the examination referred to by means of numbers.