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REGULATIONS FOR EXAMINATIONS: NOTICE BY THE GENERAL BOARD

The General Board give notice that, on the recommendation of the Faculty Board or other authority concerned, they have approved amendments of the regulations for certain University examinations, as follows:

Engineering Tripos and Electrical and Information Sciences Tripos

(Statutes and Ordinances, p. 278)

With effect from 1 October 2001

The purpose of the amendments is to introduce a mark to indicate merit in the class-lists for Part IIB of the Engineering Tripos and for Part II of the Electrical and Information Sciences Tripos.

Regulation 6.

By amending the regulation so as to read:

6. There shall be a separate class-list for each Part of the Engineering Tripos. The names of the candidates who obtain honours in Part IA, in Part IB, and in Part IIA shall be arranged in three classes, the second of which shall be divided into two divisions. The names in the first and third classes and in each division of the second class shall be arranged in alphabetical order. For special excellence in Part IIA a mark of distinction may be awarded. The names of the candidates who obtain honours in Part IIB shall be arranged in alphabetical order in a single class and distinctive marks shall be attached to the names of those candidates who in the opinion of the Examiners deserve special credit. The mark (d) shall be used to denote a distinguished performance, and the mark (m) a meritorious performance.

Regulation 7.

By amending the regulation so as to read:

7. There shall be a separate class-list for each Part of the Electrical and Information Sciences Tripos. The names of the candidates who obtain honours in Part I shall be arranged in three classes, the second of which shall be divided into two divisions. The names in the first and third classes and in each division of the second class shall be arranged in alphabetical order. For special excellence in Part I a mark of distinction may be awarded. The names of the candidates who obtain honours in Part II shall be arranged in alphabetical order in a single class and distinctive marks shall be attached to the names of those candidates who in the opinion of the Examiners deserve special credit. The mark (d) shall be used to denote a distinguished performance, and the mark (m) a meritorious performance.


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Cambridge University Reporter, 7 February 2001
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