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Education Tripos, Part I

(Statutes and Ordinances, p. 267)

With immediate effect

SCHEDULE

Music

By amending the first line so as to read:

Three papers and a dissertation or a composition, as follows:

By amending sub-paragraph (c) so as to read:

  (c) Either (i) a dissertation on a subject relating to music education. Such a dissertation shall conform to the requirements of Regulation 12(b) of the Education Tripos; its length shall be between 5,000 and 7,000 words, inclusive of notes and appendices;
  or (ii) an extended composition of between 6 and 10 minutes' duration. The work may be scored for any combination except for solo melody instrument or voice, and it must use an acceptable notation which enables its musical properties to be clearly assessed.

Natural Sciences

By amending sub-paragraph (a) so as to read:

(a) From Part IA of the Natural Sciences Tripos: Biology of Cells (the written paper and the practical examination) and one of the following options:
(1) Evolution and Behaviour (the written paper and practical examination);
(2) Physiology of Organisms (the written paper and practical examination).

Religious Studies

By amending the detail so as to read:

Three papers and a dissertation, as follows:

  (a) Either (i) two papers from among the papers set for Part I of the Theological and Religious Studies Tripos (New Regulations);
  or (ii) two papers from among the papers set for the Preliminary Examination for Part II of the Theological and Religious Studies Tripos (Old Regulations);
  and
  (b) either (i) a further paper from among those set for Part I (New Regulations) or the Preliminary Examination for Part II (Old Regulations) of the Theological and Religious Studies Tripos;
  or (ii) *Paper R1. Women's voices in religion;
  and
  (c) A dissertation on a topic in religious studies prescribed by the Faculty Board of Education. Such a dissertation shall conform to the requirements of Regulation 12(b) of the Education Tripos; its length shall be between 5,000 and 7,000 words, inclusive of notes and appendices.

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Cambridge University Reporter, 6 December 2000
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