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Medical and Veterinary Sciences Tripos

(Statutes and Ordinances, p. 321)

With effect from 1 October 2001

Regulation 10.

By removing from sub-paragraph (a) the two-paper subject 'Behaviour and Veterinary Ethology' and by replacing in sub-paragraph (b) the two-paper subjects 'Human Genetics and Ecology' and 'Primate and Human Evolutionary Biology and Behaviour' by the new subject 'Biological Anthropology'.

New Regulation 21 (this regulation takes effect from 1 October 2001).

(i) By amending the first sentence of this regulation so as to read:

The examination in each subject of Group A shall consist of one written paper and a practical examination, covering three sections numbered (I)-(III) as specified below.

(ii) By deleting sub-paragraph (c) and inserting the examinations in Neurobiology with Animal Behaviour and in Neurobiology with Human Behaviour into sub-paragraph (a).

Regulation 25 (renumbered 27 with effect from 1 October 2001).

By removing from the list of two-paper subjects the subjects 'Behaviour and Veterinary Ethology', 'Human Genetics and Ecology', and 'Primate and Human Evolutionary Biology and Behaviour' and by inserting the new subject 'Biological Anthropology'.

The supplementary regulations for Part II of the Medical and Veterinary Sciences Tripos (Statutes and Ordinances, p. 329) have also been amended by rescinding the papers 'Human Genetics and Ecology' and 'Primate and Human Evolutionary Biology and Behaviour' and by inserting the following text for 'Biological Anthropology':

Biological Anthropology

The written papers will be any two of Papers B3, B4, or B5 set for the subject Biological Anthropology in Part IIB of the Archaeological and Anthropological Tripos.


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Cambridge University Reporter, 25 July 2001
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