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M.B., B.Chir. Degrees: Final M.B. Examination


(Statutes and Ordinances, p. 431)

With effect from 1 January 2001

The purpose of the amendment is to replace the three-hour written paper in Part I (Pathology) of the Final M.B. Examination with two papers, one of two hours and one of two hours and twenty minutes.

Regulation 13.

By amending the requirements for Part I (Pathology) in line 4 so as to read;

Part I, Pathology: two written papers, one of two hours and one of two hours and twenty minutes, and a practical examination. The Examiners at their discretion may examine any candidate viva voce.

The supplementary regulation for Part I Pathology (Statutes and Ordinances, p. 440) is amended with effect from the same date, so as to read:

Part I. Pathology

The examination in this Part will be concerned with the application to human disease of the principles of pathology. It will cover morphological and chemical aspects of pathology, including haematology, microbiology, genetics, and some aspects of epidemiology. There are two written papers; the first and second written papers contain questions of different types.


(Statutes and Ordinances, p. 441)

In the Revised Regulations for the Final M.B. Examination, Regulation 13 above becomes Regulation 16. An amendment to this regulation has been made as set out above. The amendment will take effect according to the timetable in Revised Regulation 1.

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Cambridge University Reporter, 6 December 2000
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