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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1927-1928-212

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212 FACULTY OF ENGINEERING COLLEGE ENTRANCE EXAMINATION jo aalaliibrHW aifi ojfw eiJiuwviaTi '1 10 MtadMfl This Examination must be passed by all who have not passed the London Matriculation Exam or its equivalent and wish to obtain the full privileges of Regular Students It is held at the commencement of each Academical Year during the month preceding the opening of the College for the Michaelmas Term For time table of the Examina- tion see 232 Candidates must intimate to the Secretary the subjects they propose to take at least one week before the Examina- tion commences and must send him at the same time the Examination fee of Ā£1 Is Syllabus of Examination English one Paper time allowed hours general Paper comprising questions in Geography History and Literature Pure Mathematics two Papers lime allowed hours for each Arithmetic Algebra including graphs indices logarithms and progressions but excluding the Binomial Theorem Geometry subject matter of Euclid I-IV together with the properties of similar triangles Trigonometry relations between the trigonometrical ratios of an acute angle and their use in the solution of right-angled triangles mensuration of circular arcs and areas Two of the following alternative subjects time allowed hours for each Paper Note -For Students in the Faculty of Engineering modern language should be taken to comply with the regulations of the Institution of Civil Engineers Languages Translation Prose Composition and Grammar Latin Greek French German Italian Spanish Russian Elementary Mechanics uniform acceleration parallelogram of velocities momentum force energy work Equilibrium of body under three forces moments centres of gravity Pressures of liquids Archimedes' Principle Elementary Physics including heat light electricity and magnetism Elementary Chemistry including the principal properties of matter the laws of chemical affinity atomic weights valency and the chemistry of the principal inorganic elements This Examination is recognised by the Council of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers as exempting from the Studentship Examina- tion of that Institution The Institution of Civil Engineers requires in addition that the Intermediate Sc Eng Examination or the First Year College Sessional Examinations shall have been passed
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