This document appears to be Albert Einstein's high-school diploma (the blogger who posted it assures us "yes, it's authentic" but offers no evidence of this) in which he scores pretty high in all his subjects. Link (via Digg)
Update: Margaret sez,
Apparently Einstein left school when he was fifteen, a high school in Munich. He was not particularly interested in school, but he 'jumped' a class to join an older class. He moved to live with his parents in Milan. A year later he applied to a technical college in Zurich, but he was turned down. He then decided to go back to school and get his Matura (Reifeprüfung / matriculation). He did that at the school in Switzerland the graphic shows. He passed it in 1896 as the best in the class. I gather 6 is the best mark there.
I read German language and literature 5, French 3, no English, Italian 5, history 6, geography 4, algebra 6, something mathematical (geo something including trigonometry) 6, some form of geometry 6, physics 6, chemistry 5, natural history 5, mystery (some form of drawing) 4, technical drawing 5
Update 2: Haun sez, "On the diploma, Geometry is divided into planimetry, trigonometry, stereometry & analytic geometry The 'some form of geometry' line reads: Descriptive geometry. The 'mystery' is Artistic draftsmanship."
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