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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1886-1887-298

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296 medical department Class II Tor the Encouragement of Resident Medical Students One Scholarship is awarded at the close of each Summer Session of the value of £25 per annum to be held for two years subject to the orovisionshereafter stated This Scholarship is open to such Matriculated Students of the third year as have for 18 months preceding the end of their third Winter Session resided either within the walls of the College or with member of the Medical Staff authorized by the Council to receive Medical Students into his house as Boarders One hundred marks are in the Examination for this Scholarship assigned to Divinity Any Candidate failing to get fifty marks in this subject is disqualified from further examination One hundred marks are also allowed for Professional subjects Candidates are allowed to take up either Group or Group Β see next page and no Scholarship will be awarded to any Candidate who does not obtain two-thirds of the number of marks assigned to Professional subjects This Scholarship is tenable for two years provided the Scholar continue to attend Lectures in the Medical Depart- ment and to reside within the limits of the College unless previously to the expiration of the two years for which the Scholarship is tenable the Scholar have passed the necessary examinations required by the College of Surgeons and the Society of Apothecaries or have been excused from further residence by the Council of King's College for any cause that may to them seem reasonable provided also that at the close of his Fourth Academical Year each Scholar on this foundation shall produce to the Council certificate signed by the Principal and the Censor of the College and by the Dean of the Medical Department of good conduct of regular attendance on the Divinity and Medical Lectures and Examinations and on Clinical Lectures and Hospital Practice and of satisfactory progress in his studies during the year
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