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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1887-1888-220

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216 APPLIED SCIENCES if tret Year Subject of Examination at the close of the Lent Term Geology Subjects of Examination at the end of Easter Term Mathematics Mechanics Physics Chemistry Manufacturing Art and Mech Engineering "Sambrooke" Exhibition of Surveying and Civil En- gineering Mineralogy Drawing Workshop per years see page 211 is given for the several subjects in which First-year Students are examined XII THE ASSOCIATESHIP Everv Candidate for this distinction Must have been resmlar in his attendance at the Divinitv Lectures and must have passed the periodical Examinations in this subject satisfactorily Exemption from this rule will be granted in the case of Foreigners on request from their Parents or Guar- dians to the Principal II Must have pursued his studies as Matriculated Student of this Department for nine Terms This period is reduced to six Terms in the case of those who have previously passed three Terms in theDepartment of General Literature and Science or who have passed two years previously in King's College School and who had spent at least one Term in the highest class of either Division before leaving it who have passed two years previously in one of the Schools in Union and who had spent
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