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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1963-1964-125

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124 FACULTY OF LAWS LECTURES AND TUTORIAL CLASSES Lectures in Law in the University are given at King's College Uni- versity College the London School of Economics and the School of Oriental and African Studies Students must therefore be prepared to attend some lectures outside the College and are entitled to do so without extra fee if such lectures are part of their course In addition to lecture courses tutorial classes are held in the College and students are attached for tutorial supervision to member of the Staff to whom they must report from time to time during the session Emphasis is laid upon this tutorial instruction in which small groups of students are taken together It forms substantial part of the law teaching and is important not only for the purpose of instruction but also for maintaining personal contact between students and the members of the teaching staff and for supervision by the latter Students are required to attend tutorial classes in addition to lecture courses If exceptional circumstances occur which make regular attendance at these classes impossible the Sub-Dean of the Faculty must be notified Regularity in attendance at tutorial classes is factor which will be given considerable weight when deciding whether student who has failed to satisfy the examiners at degree examination may be re- admitted as an internal student and allowed to repeat the course for the examination at which he has failed it will also weigh in the application of Rule of the General College Rules 52 above Students are not permitted to attend Bar lectures or other courses of lectures nor to prepare for Bar or other examinations during their course at the College without consulting their Tutor Permission to be absent from classes or college examinations for the purpose of sitting for other examinations must be obtained beforehand College Examinations College examinations are held for Intermediate and first year Final students attendance at these is compulsory unless the permission of the Sub-Dean for absence has first been obtained later oral examination is arranged for students unable to attend the written examination Academic Deess It is the practice for full-time undergraduates of this Faculty to wear gowns when attending lectures and classes and on other formal occasions Undergraduates joining the Faculty will be expected to conform with this practice
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