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What is a Classmark 

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A classmark is a number assigned to a Library item.  
A book will have a label on its spine with the relevant number

The catalogue will indicate this number to show where a book is located in the Library. 

The library uses a classification system – each subject is given a number (classmark)
and the material is arranged on the shelves in number order.

Get to know the classification system called Dewey