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Mathematical Tripos, Part III

(Statutes and Ordinances, p. 320)

With effect from 1 October 2001

The main purpose of the amendment is to ensure that an appropriate syllabus and examination for additional papers requested under Regulation 15 may be provided and to reduce the number of courses in closely-related fields.

Regulation 15.

By amending the regulation so as to read:

15. The examination for Part III shall comprise written papers, each of which shall be set for either two hours or three hours, and topics for an optional essay. The number of papers that the Faculty Board intend to set and the subject and duration of each paper shall be announced by the Board not later than 1 November next preceding the examination. A member of the Faculty may request that a paper or papers be set additional to those announced, provided that such a request is made to the Secretary of the Faculty Board no later than the division of the Michaelmas Term next preceding the examination. The member of the Faculty shall take responsibility for preparing a proposal that will contain an outline syllabus and shall agree to set and assess the examination if so requested by the Examiners. The subject and duration of each additional paper that the Faculty Board agree to set shall be announced by them not later than the last day of the Full Michaelmas Term next preceding the examination.

Regulations 16-18.

By replacing the word 'Tutor' in each case by the words 'Director of Studies'.

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Cambridge University Reporter, 10 May 2001
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