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Doctor In The House (1946)

aspect of concentration and industry it seems useless for men to continue the examination at all.
I went with a hundred other students into one of three large, square halls used for the examination. The polished wooden floor was covered with rows of desks set at a distance apart that made one's neighbour's writing completely indecipherable if he had not, as was usually the case, already done so himself. Each desk was furnished with a card stamped with a black examination number, a clean square of pink blotting-paper, and a pen apparently bought secondhand from the Post Office. The place smelt of floor-polish and freshly-sharpened pencils.
A single invigilator sat in his gown and hood on a raised platform to keep an eye open for flagrant cheating. He was helped by two or three uniformed porters who stood by the doors and looked impassionately down at the poor victims, like the policemen that flank the dock at the Old Bailey. The students scraped into their chairs, shot a hostile glance at the clock, and turned apprehensively to the buff question paper already laid out on each desk.
The first paper was on general medicine. The upper half of the sheet was taken up with instructions in bold print telling the candidate to write on one side of the paper only, answer all the questions, and to refrain from cribbing at peril of being thrown out. I brought my eyes painfully to the four questions beneath. At a glance I saw they were all short and pungent.
Give an account o f the sign, symptoms, and treatment o f heart failure was the first. `Hell of a lot in that !' I thought. I read the second and cursed. Discuss the changes in the treatment of pneumonia. since 1930. I felt the examiners had played a dirty trick by asking the same disease two papers

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