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The Common Entrance Examination (CEA) is used as a method of determining entrance to a particular private . The examination itself is taken at Preparatory School (Prep School) on a fixed date but the papers are marked by the preferred senior school
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After teaching in public schools, he was appointed Head of History at Summer Fields school in 1983, where he remained for thirty years, seeing hundreds of students through their Scholarships and Common Entrance examinations
After teaching in public schools, he was appointed Head of History at Summer Fields school in 1983, where he remained for thirty years, seeing hundreds of students through their Scholarships and Common Entrance examinations. As Director of Studies, he established many of the academic systems which remain in place today. He was also responsible for the professional development of many younger colleagues. During his career, he has examined history at A Level and inspected schools. His publications include books and articles on the history of West Bromwich, Hereforedshire, Dorset and Oxfordshire.
Author: Mervyn James
Category: Teaching and Education
Subcategory: Schools & Teaching
Publisher: James Brodie Ltd (November 1972)
Pages: 62 pages
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