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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1858-1859-167

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medical department 167 In October 1858 in addition to the two regular Scholarships there will be given Five Extra Scholar- ships of Ā£25 each to be held for two years These Scholarships are open to all Matriculated Students of the Medical Department who are also perpetual Pupils of the Hospital at the commencement of their first Winter Session The Examination is in the following subjects -1 Divinity The Latin and Greek Classics English Language and History Mathematics The Modern Languages -an equal number of marks being assigned to each of the five subjects One hundred marks are in the examination assigned to each of the Five Subjects Any Candidate failing to obtain 50 marks in Divinity is thereby absolutely disqualified from further examination but Candidates may omit any other subjects which they think proper No Scholarship will be awarded to any Candidate who docs not obtain an aggregate of at least 300 marks These Scholarships may be held for three years or in the case of the Extra Scholarships for two years provided the Scholar continues so long attending Lectures in the Medical Department at King's College and provided he shall produce to the Council at the close of his First and Second Academical Year respectively Certificate signed by the Principal the Chaplain and the Dean of the Medical Depart- ment of good conduct of regular attendance on the daily Chapel Service and the Divinity Lectures and Exa- minations and of satisfactory progress in his Religious and Medical studies during the year then past The Scholarship will become void at the close of the Academical Year in which such Certificate is not obtained Every Warneford Scholar of this Class is required to com- pete for the ordinary Medical Scholarships of his year and the Dean's Certificate of progress in Medical studies will be made dependent upon his getting an aggregate of one-half the marks assigned to the several papers in that examination
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