Final Veterinary Examination, Part I, Michaelmas Term 2003 - VTE1
The examination will take place in the Examination Halls, New Museums Site, unless otherwise stated.
For Fifth Year Students
|Monday 10 November ||9-10 ||13. Neurology|
|Monday 17 November ||9-10 ||15. Oncology|
|Monday 24 November ||9-10 ||14. Endocrinology and metabolic diseases|
|Monday 1 December ||9-10 ||16. Haematology and cytology, with clinical pathology introduction|
For Fourth Year Students
|Monday 10 November ||2-3 ||2. Radiography and radiology|| |
|Monday 17 November ||2-3 ||6. Clinical pharmacology and toxicology|| |
|Monday 24 November ||2-4 ||3. Parasitology 1 ||Department of Clinical Medicine|
|Monday 1 December ||2-3 ||4. Dermatology|| |
The Faculty Board of Clinical Veterinary Medicine give notice that, for candidates commencing the course for the Final Veterinary Examination, Part I, in October 2003 (Fourth Year Students), the examination shall consist of the papers, the written project, and the oral presentation, listed in the Supplementary Regulations (Statutes and Ordinances, p. 515), distributed over the first five terms of the Clinical Veterinary course. Each paper will consist of multiple-choice questions in styles approved by the Examiners. The details of each paper will be displayed in the Veterinary School at least one week before the sitting of the paper. The papers will be computer marked. The results will be analysed by the Examiners before the marks are confirmed. A class-list will be prepared for each paper, indicating successful candidates and those whose work is of special merit. A final class-list for the Part I examination shall record as successful those candidates who have passed all the papers of the examination. A mark of distinction shall be affixed to the names of the candidates whose overall work is of special merit.