Get your pencils ready, put away the calculator (it wasn't invented until the 1960s) and get ready to take the test.
The next set of photos is the rest of the booklet for the morning exam. Get ready to test your knowledge in math, reading and geography. No cheating, the 8th grade students of 1932 had to study without the help of the internet and take this all by themselves.
That concludes the morning testing session. Take a break, grab lunch and don't worry about what you got wrong in the morning. You need a relaxing lunch so you can get tested on U.S. History, Physiology, Grammar and Orthography. The next set of photos contains the afternoon testing booklet, starting with U.S. History.
That concludes the exam. How did you do? If you wish to view the exam, please stop in the museum which is open Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays from 10 am to 2 pm or by appointment.