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Land Economy Tripos, 2001: Notice

The Board of Land Economy regret that, through an oversight, the announcement of the following change to the form of the examination for Paper 3, Accounting and data evaluation, of the Land Economy Tripos was not published in the Reporter during the Michaelmas Term 2000. The change will take effect from the examination to be held in 2001.

Group I

Paper 3. Accounting and data evaluation

This paper will be divided into two sections. Section A will contain eight questions on statistics. Section B will contain no fewer than two questions on accounting. Candidates will be required to attempt a total of six questions: five questions from Section A and one from Section B.

Candidates will be provided with a list of essential statistical formulae in the examination room.

The Board of Land Economy are satisfied that no candidate's preparation for the examination in 2001 is adversely affected by this change.


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Cambridge University Reporter, 25 April 2001
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