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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1867-1868-243

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MEDICAL DEPARTMENT 243 of the Session nor from Candidates who have studied elsewhere unless their names shall duly appear in the Registers transmitted during such studies from their respective Schools IX Those Candidates wno shall have pursued the whole of their studies in Scotland or Ireland will he admitted to examination upon the production of the several Certificates required respectively by the College of Surgeons of Edinburgh the Faculty of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow and the College of Surgeons in Ireland from Candidates tor their Diploma together with Certificate of instruction and proficiency in the practice of Vaccination and satisfactory evidence of having been occupied at least four entire years in the acquirement of professional knowledge and in the case of Candidates who shall have pursued the whole of their studies at recognised Foreign or Colonial Universities upon the production of the several Certificates required for their Degree by the Authorities of such Universities together with Certificate of instruction and proficiency in the practice of Vaccination and satisfactory evi- dence of having been occupied at least four entire years in the acquirement of professional knowledge Members or Licentiates of any legally constituted College of Surgeons in the United Kingdom and Graduates in Surgery of any University recognised for this purpose by this College will be admitted to examination on producing their Diploma Licence or Degree together with proof of being twenty-one years of age Certificate of instruction and proficiency in the practice of Vacci- nation and satisfactory evidence of having been occupied at least four entire years in the acquirement of professional knowledge XI Graduates in Medicine of any legally constituted College or University requiring residence to obtain Degrees will be admitted for Examination on adducing together with their Diploma or Degree proof of having completed the Anatomical and Surgical Education required by the foregoing Regulations either at the School and Hospital of the University where they shall have graduated or at one or more of the recognised Schools and Hospitals in the United Kingdom In the Certificates of attendance on Hospital Practice and on Lectures it is required that the dates of commencement and termination be clearly expressed and no interlineation erasure or alteration will be allowed Blank forms of the required Certificates may be obtained on application to the Secre- tary to whom they must be delivered properly filled up ten days before the Candidate can be admitted to examination and all such Certificates are retained at the College Professional Examination XII The Examination is divided into two parts The first or Primary Examination on Anatomy and Physiology is partly written and partly demonstrative on the recently dissecte subject and on prepared parts of the human body The Second or Pass Examination on Pathology Surgery and Surgical Anatomy is partly written partly oral and partly on the practical use of Surgical apparatus
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