Marilee J. Layman
Didn't have to take a test: 612.6. I leave the reader to draw any conclusions regarding what it says about me.
And now you know what I learned in all those years of working in my junior high and high school libraries. The use of the Library of Congress system in my college's library always left me somehow unsatisfied and unsure of myself. The head librarian seemed to understand, and put me to work by alone in the Rare Book room. At a Baptist college, that's code for "where they keep the good stuff". That was OK, until I'd look at the spine of some spicy tome, and the gobbledygook denoting where it was to be shelved made me feel as though I was cheating.