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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1889-1890-503

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CIVIL SERVICE CLASSES 501 OlUUeiHB VJL fluoiuu -יי----- 1----- quire additional or individual instruction or who desire instruction during the vacations of their classes ta -NAVY EXAMINATIONS The general arrangements applying to this Section are iven at the head of Division II In this section are received Candidates for Naval Engineer and Naval Con- struction Studentships Subjects of Examination Arithmetic including Tots marks 300 Writing 40 Spelling 60 English Composition 100 Grammar 150 French 150 Geography 200 Algebra 300 Euclid first six books 300 Latin 150 Freehand Drawing 100 Very Elementary Physics and Chemistry 100 Candidates to be successful must qualify in the first four subjects and obtain total of at least 700 marks Limits of age 14 and 16 Examinations are held every April The examination is an open competitive one The parents of each Engineer Student are required to pay £40 per annum for each year of training In certain cases these payments are reduced and in all cases about £50 is returned to the Students in the shape of weekly pay The fall pay of the Engineering Branch of the Navy varies from that of Assistant Engineers at £137 year to that of Inspectors of Machinery with £500 rising to £700 year Candidates for Assistant Clerkships in the Navy Subjects of Examination Obligatory Dictation marks 60 Writing 40 Writing Letter on given subject 75 Writing the substance of
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