Official Register of Harvard University, Rank List for June 28, 1937. The booklet ranks all of the Freshman Class of 1940. Most Americans tend to believe that a President is always a the top of their class and has all straight A's. But that was not the case with a young John F. Kennedy who proved that grades aren't everything when it comes to be President of the United States. 16 pages
This class rank list from Harvard lists the future President as having a "V" Pass rating - which is the second lowest ranking of students and far behind the four categories above it which were Highest Distinction (I), High Distinction (II), Distinction (III) and High Pass (IV).