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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1881-1882-369

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370 evening classes and Merit are then given to all who obtain respectively three- fourths or three-fifths of the whole number of marks VI No Prize or Certificate can be awarded unless earned by- Regular and punctual attendance in the particular class for which the reward is given Good conduct Absolute merit in the examination VII The highest number of marks assigned to each sub ject is 100 The standard for First Class which alone will carry Prize or Certificate of Distinction is 75 The standard for Second Class which will confer Certificate of Merit is 60 All below 60 are placed in the Third Class The number of marks gained is not made known but Student may ascertain in the Office the Class in which he has been placed and his position in that Class VIII The Prizes are given at an Evening Meeting held during the Summer Session The Certificates may be obtained by application at the College Office on the same evening IX Certificates of having College prize made out under the signatures of the Principal and Secretary may be ob- tained by application at the College Office Fee 2s 6d for each Certificate XII Scholarships and Prizes open to all Matriculated Students of the College Conditions on which alone such Scholarships and Prizes will be open to Matriculated Students of the Evening Classes They must have attended at least two Winter Sessions at the time of sending in their names They must be under twenty-two years of age on the day fixed for sending in the Compositions or beginning the examination They must not be on the day fixed for sending in the
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