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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1867-1868-239

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MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 239 The First Part or Primary Examination will be conducted as follows On the First day Evening from Seven to Ten by written questions on Anatomy and Physiology Second day Afternoon from One to Four by written questions on Chemistry Materia Medica and Practical Pharmacy Evening commencing at Seven o'clock viva voce on the subjects stated above The Second Part or Pass Examination will be conducted as follows On the First day Evening from Seven to Ten by written questions on The Principles and Practice of Medicine Second day Morning-The Candidate's practical knowledge will be tested by requiring him to examine persons labouring under disease either at the College or in the Medical Wards of Hospital Evening from Seven to Ten by written questions on Midwifery and The Diseases peculiar to Women and on The Principles and Practice of Surgery Third day Morning-The Candidate's practical knowledge will be tested by requiring him to examine persons labouring under disease in the Surgical Wards of Hospital Evening commencing at Seven o'clock viva voce on the subjects stated above The First part of the Professional Examination shall not be undergone until after the termination of two years of Professional Study at recognised Medical School and the Second part not until after the termination of four years of Professional Study and at least Eighteen months after the Candidate has passed the First Examination except in the case of Students who have com- menced their Professional Education before October 1861 Candidates who commenced Medical studies at recognised Medical School before March 10th 1864 are admissible to the Pass Examination at the end of the fourth Winter Session eighteen months having elapsed since the first Pro- fessional Examination was passed Any Candidate who shall fail to pass either of these Examinations will not be re-admitted to Examination until after the lapse of Six months Every Candidate intending to present himself for Examination is required to give Fourteen days' notice in writing'to the Registrar of the College at the same time transmitting the following certificates -For the first part -Evidence of having passed an Arts Examination of having been duly registered as Medical Student and of having completed two years of Professional Study For the second pari -Evidence of having completed four years of Professional Study of having attended not less than twenty labours and of having attained the age of twenty-one years testimonial of moral character is required of every Candidate Blank Forms of the required Certificates of attendance on Hospital Practice and on Lectures may be obtained on application at the College
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