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Vet.M.B. Degree

OLD REGULATIONS

(Statutes and Ordinances, p. 499)

With effect from 1 October 2001

Regulation 18.

By amending the regulation so as to read:

18. Separate class-lists shall be published for each subject of the Second Veterinary M.B. Examination, and for each Part of the Final Veterinary Examination. The names of the successful candidates in the several lists shall be arranged in alphabetical order. The lists for Part III of the Final Veterinary Examination shall indicate the sections of the examination in which the candidate has passed. In Part I, in Part II, and in each section of Part III, of the Final Veterinary Examination, a mark of distinction may be affixed to the names of the candidates whose work is of special merit.

REVISED REGULATIONS

(Statutes and Ordinances, p. 505)

With effect from 1 October 2001

Regulation 15.

By inserting at the end of the first sentence the following:

', and must have produced evidence of having, since the date of his or her matriculation, satisfactorily carried out twelve weeks of extra-mural studies in a form prescribed by the Faculty Board of Clinical Veterinary Medicine. A student may exceptionally apply, through his or her College, to the Faculty Board of Clinical Veterinary Medicine for permission to carry out these extra-mural studies while he or she is a candidate for Part I of the Final Veterinary Examination. No student may be a candidate for Part II of the Final Veterinary Examination until he or she has satisfactorily completed these extra-mural studies'.

Regulation 17.

By deleting sub-paragraph (a) and renumbering sub-paragraphs (b) and (c) accordingly.

Regulation 19.

By inserting in line 3 after the words 'Faculty Board of Clinical Veterinary Medicine' the words 'in addition to the twelve weeks of extra-mural studies required by Regulation 15 to have been carried out since matriculation'.

Regulation 24.

By amending the regulation so as to read:

24. Separate class-lists shall be published for each subject of the Second Veterinary M.B. Examination, and for each Part of the Final Veterinary Examination. The names of the successful candidates in the several lists shall be arranged in alphabetical order. The lists for Part III of the Final Veterinary Examination shall indicate the sections of the examination in which the candidate has passed. In Part I, in Part II, and in each section of Part III, of the Final Veterinary Examination, a mark of distinction may be affixed to the names of the candidates whose work is of special merit.

SUPPLEMENTARY REGULATIONS

Final Veterinary Examination

(Statutes and Ordinances, p. 505)

Part I

The papers, written project, and oral presentation of the examination will be as follows:

Paper 1. Respiratory system

Paper 2. Radiography and radiology

Paper 3. Parasitology 1

Paper 4. Dermatology

Paper 5. Biology of infectious diseases in domestic species (in addition, there shall be a written project and oral presentation)

Paper 6. Clinical pharmacology and toxicology

Paper 7. Parasitology 2

Paper 8. Nutrition

Paper 9. Urology

Paper 10. Principles of animal management

Paper 11. Animal breeding

Paper 12. Alimentary system

Paper 13. Neurology

Paper 14. Endocrinology and metabolic diseases

Paper 15. Oncology

Paper 16. Haematology and cytology, with clinical pathology introduction

Paper 17. Cardiology

Paper 18. Food hygiene

The written papers will be of one hour's duration, excepting Papers 3, 7, and 12, which will be of two hours each.


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Cambridge University Reporter, 11 July 2001
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