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JOHN GIBSON'S BOOKS FOR ARMY AND CIVIL SERVICE
Just published, price 28. 6d. ; post-free 28. 9d.
Preliminary Army Examination Made Easy:
A COMPLETE GUIDE TO PREPARATION FOR THE ABOVE.
JOHN GIBSON, M.A. CONTENTS :-1. Introductory. II. What Books to read. III. Course of Work. IV.
Appendix containing (a) Graduated Series of Test Papers ; (6) Useful Hints.
Price 18., post-free 18. ld.
Guide to the Preliminary Army Examination.
Published immediately after each Examination.
II. Test Questions on Geography and Arithmetic. III. Answers to Correspondents.
Just published, price 28. ; post-free 28. 3d.
SPECIMEN ESSAYS Comprising Hints on How to write an English Composition, Punctuation, Spelling, &c.,
TWELVE ESSAYS ON VARIOUS SUBJECTS OF INTEREST.
JOHN GIBSON, M.A., AND F. R. BURROWS, B.A.
Price 18., post-free 18. ld.
French Grammar Made Easy.
A Graduated Epitome of French, prepared specially for the Use of Candidates for the
Preliminary Examination. With regard to this Grammar a Candidate writes :-“I enclose 18., which purports to be the price of the Grammar, which is, in fact, invaluable.”
A correspondent writes :-“I have to thank you for your valuable books, especially the French Grammar Made Easy.' It is indeed made easy; and dull' must any candidate be who cannot by means of it satisfy the Examiners as to his proficiency in this subject.”
Published by REEVES AND TURNER, 100, Chancery Lane, E.C.
CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION MADE EASY.
FOR FEBRUARY, 1882.
Part I.-A REVIEW OF THE LAST PRELIMINARY EXAMINATION.
ENGLISH SUBJECTS OF THE FURTHER EXAMINATION.
JOHN GIBSON, M.A.,
Ν First Class Classics Camb. 1874; Author of Preliminary Army Examination Made Easy,'· Latin and French
Big bany, Specimen Essays,' &c.
EDWARD STANFORD, 55, CHARING CROSS, S.W.
Price One Shilling.
Tax Editor continues to prepare Pupils for these Examinations privately, in class, and by post; and he has hitherto met with unvarying success.
POSTAL PUPILS. The system of Correspondence is an excellent one for those who cannot make it convenient to read orally. It is conducted by means of Notes and Test Papers ; and any Pupil who follows out the system faithfully cannot fail to make good progress.
GEOGRAPHY MADE EASY. This book is now nearly ready; and we trust it will be issued to the public in about a month's time. It is framed on an entirely new principle, and is intended to make this difficult subject easy, by putting things in a concise, clear, and—where possible-a tabulated form.
LAST MONTH'S RESIDENT TUITION. Candidates who feel at all “shaky” in their subjects are strongly advised to reside for the month immediately preceding their examination. By this means they will get the benefit of the Special Evening Classes which are held during this last month, for the purpose of strengthening any weak points.
All communications should be addressed to John Gibson, M.A., Bromley, Kent.