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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1896-1897-352

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348 CIVIL SERVICE CLASSES -CORRESPONDENCE TUITION FOR PROVINCIAL CANDIDATES FOR FEMALE CLERKSHIPS Correspondence is recommended to those only who are beyond reach of good oral instruction Correspondence Students follow the same course of study as those of the Oral Classes and the same papers are given These are ex- -aniined marked and corrected with the solutions when needed This may prove very helpful to those who have had good general education but is incomparably inferior to oral tuition It is therefore most strongly recommended that no one should rely on Correspondence who is able to attend the Oral Classes in London Times of Beginning -A New Course of Preparation is begun about four weeks after each Competition and is con- tinued up to the next Competition The Course is divided for convenience as to payment of fees and admission of new Students into periods of eleven weeks Fees -These are identic with the two attendance week fee in the corresponding Oral Class and must be paid in advance either by postal or money order or crossed cheque payable to Harcourt New Students should send them if possible at least week before the beginning of the Course so as to give time for arranging their work Students have the option of joining the Oral Class in London at any time during their period without extra fee Work must he sent in punctually No exercise can be ex- trained which is more than three days late Books -A list with prices will be forwarded to any one declaring her intention of joining All communications with regard to Correspondence for Female Clerkships to he addressed to Mr Harcourt Upwey Snakes Lane Woodford FEMALE TELEGRAPHISTS AND SORTERS Conducted under the Direction of Mr Braginton Cantab and Mr Hinks By Miss Braginton Assistant Lecturer Scholar of Newnham College Cambridge Honours in Mathematical
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