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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1974-1975-137

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46 Faculties and Courses of Study Undergraduate Courses ADMISSION OF STUDENTS Details of the procedure to be followed by students seeking admission to undergraduate courses are given on page 81 The selection of candidates for admission to the Faculty of Medical Science of King's College is conducted in conjunction with the medical schools of its three associated hospitals King's College Hospital St George's Hospital or Westminster Hospital ENTRANCE REQUIREMENTS Normally to qualify for admission to degree courses in the Faculty of Medical Science student must have passed the General Certificate of Education Advanced level examination in Chemistry Physics or Engineering Science and either Biology or Zoology or Mathematics Pure and Applied If Mathematics is offered without Zoology or Biology at Advanced level Biology is preferred at Ordinary level Exceptionally applicants offering other subjects will be considered on their merits and information about the range of acceptable subjects will be found in the Regulations for Degrees in the Faculty of Medicine of the University of London There are no facilities at King's College for supplementary instruction Ī· the basic sciences as mentioned in the Conditions of Admission in the Regulations Provision is also made for graduates of other universities for persons holding professional qualifications and for those who qualify under alternative regulations see 'Regulations for Degrees in the Faculty of Medicine in the University of London COURSES AVAILABLE BASIC MEDICAL SCIENCES AND PHARMACOLOGY new course will operate for entrants in October 1974 Changes have been made resulting from many recent enquiries into medical education and have been arrived at in consultation with the three medical schools with which King's College is closely associated and are designed to meet the requirements of the Revised Regulations for of the University of London In the course of the last decade the traditional subjects of the second professional examination have themselves evolved and developed in way which would render their modern
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