Historic A Levels: would you cope?
By Mary Gilbey
Going up into the loft, unless this is an everyday occurrence, can be a chastening experience: all those memories and relics of the past gathering dust. Routing through the accumulated detritus recently I came across my old French A level papers. They were scary. Paper I on June 11 1964 lasted from 2 – 5 and consisted of two questions.