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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1866-1867-226

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226 MEDICAL DEPARTMENT To have been engaged in their professional studies during Four Years sub- sequently to Matriculation or Graduation in Arts at one or more of the Medical Institutions or Schools recognised by this University One Year at least of the Four to have been spent in one or more of the recognised Institutions orSchools in the United Kingdom To pass the Preliminary Scientific Examination and two Examinations in Medicine Preliminary Scientific Examination The Preliminary Scientific xamination shall take place once in each year and shall commence on the third Monday in July Fee £5 No Candidate shall be admitted to this Examination until he shall have com- pleted his Seventeenth year and shall have either passed the Matriculation Examination or shall have taken Degree in Arts in one of the Universities of the United Kingdom The subjects of examination will be Mechanical and Natural Philosophy Inorganic Chemistry Botany and Vegetable Physiology Zoology and Com- parative Anatomy Any candidate of not more than twenty-two years of age who has passed the Preliminary Scientific Examination may be examined for Honours in Chemistry and Natural Philosophy Biology An Exhibition of £40 per annum for two years is given in each subject First Μ Examination This Examination takes place on the last Monday in July each year Fee £5 Candidates must produce Certificates of having completed their nineteenth year of having passed the preliminary Scientific Examination at least one year previously taken Degree in Arts at any recognised University or passed the Matriculation Examination subsequently studied at recognised Medical School for two years Dissected during two winter sessions attended course of Practical Chemistry attended to Practical Pharmacy attended course of Lectures on three of the subjects in the annexed List -Descriptive and Surgical Anatomy General Anatomy and Physiology Comparative Anatomy Patlio- logical Anatomy Materia Medica and Pharmacy General Pathology General Therapeutics Forensic Medicine Hygiene Midwifery and Diseases of Women and Children Surgery Medicine The subjects for Examination are Anatomy Physiology Organic Chemistry Materia Medica and Pharmaceutical Chemistry Any Candidate who has been placed in the First Division at the First Μ Examination may be examined for Honours in any or all of the following subjects Anatomy Physiology Histology and Comparative Anatomy Materia Medica and Pharmaceutical Chemistry and Organic Chemistry An Exhibition of £40 per annum for two years is given in each subject Candidates who have matriculated previously to June 1861 will not be re- quired to pass the Preliminary Scientific Examination in any other subjects than Chemistry and Botany and they will be allowed to pass the Preliminary Scien- tide Examination and the First Examination in the same year if they so prefer
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