The original elements of the Bauta disguise comprises of the typically shining white face-shaped mask ("larva" or "volto"), a black cape or veil of silk, a cloak (tabarro) or mantle, and a three-cornered ("tricorne") hat. The Bauta was worn by both Venetian ladies and gentlemen alike.
And... it's time for another Teaching In The UK Fact... The equivalent to the Canadian high-school diploma in England are the GCE Advanced levels, which are taken after completing GCSE's. A-levels are made up of two units: the AS-level and the A2-level, with the exception of certain other subjects that are made up of three units. In order to meet the pass criteria for an A-level you must obtain grade E or above, with the highest result being an A* (A star) grade.