I did notice something in the Certificate that is being mailed to Seminary Deans and Bishops that people who did not do as well as they had hoped might take some mirth in. The Certificate letter (with the GOE scores and the 1 to 5 grading scale listed) is signed by both the Chair and the Vice Chair of the Board of Examining Chaplains and lists the names of all Examining Chaplains (all 20 of them).
I quote verbatim:
"We, having been assigned as Examiners
Let's apply their own grading scale to this paragraph, shall we? I count one direct typo, one grammatical error, one awkward phrase, and technically 'judgment' according the Black's legal dictionary is not spelled with an E to differentiate it from a Common Law non sequitur. I think this letter deserves a grade of 2, as it "indicates a problematic response. Further Evaluation is recommended."