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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1891-1892-489

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EVENING CLASSES 483 XVIII Privileges of Associates Associates of the Department of the Evening Classes liave the following privileges They have perpetualfree admission with the excep- tion of 2s 6d registration fee in each Session to all the subjects in which they have passed the final ex- amination required for the Associateship except any of the Practical Classes for which higher fee is charged They may be examined in these sub- jects year by year with other Students may be classed in order of merit and may obtain such Cer tificate as the number of their marks will justify but they cannot obtain Prize in these subjects nor count the marks gained in them towards one of the Aggregate or Special Prizes or toward the Jelf Medal except the marks gained in Divinity They have perpetual permission to attend all other subjects of study excepting Writing Drawing Short- hand Vocal Music and Public Beading and Speaking in the Evening Classes on payment of half the fees demanded from other Students and in these subjects they may obtain Prizes &c like other Students They pay £2 2s less in the Morning Classes and £1 Is less in the Evening Classes for each Term in the Theological Department They have perpetual permission to use whether in actual attendance on Lectures or not in the Library the College Books to occupy the Associates' seats in the Chapel and when dining in the College Dining Hal in Academical dress to sit at the High Table Η Η
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