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FORM AND CONDUCT OF EXAMINATIONS, 2003-04: NOTICES

Notices by Faculty Boards, or other bodies concerned, of changes to the form and conduct of certain examinations to be held in 2003-04, by comparison with those examinations in 2003, are published below. Complete details of the form and conduct of all examinations are available from the Faculties or Departments concerned.

Classical Tripos, Part IA (New Regulations), 2004

The Faculty of Classics give notice that the form of the examinations for the Classical Tripos for Part IA (New Regulations) which will be held for the first time in 2004 will be as follows:

Part Ia

Papers 1-4.

Candidates are required to answer all the questions.

Modern and Medieval Languages Tripos, Part IA, 2004

The Faculty Board of Modern and Medieval Languages give notice of a correction to the prescribed texts for Paper GL 8 (Virgil) in 2004 published on 14 May 2003 (Reporter, 2002-03, p. 903). Instead of Eclogues and Aeneid, 6-8, the prescribed texts are Georgics, 1 and 4, and Aeneid, 10-12. The Faculty Board are satisfied that no candidate's preparation for the examination in 2004 has been affected by this change.

With effect from the examinations to be held in 2004, the form of the examination for Paper GL 8 for Part IA of for the Modern and Medieval Languages Tripos will be changed as follows:

Paper GL 8. Virgil

In Section B, candidates will be given a choice of five passages, two from the Georgics and three from the Aeneid, and asked to discuss two, one from each work.

(See also the Faculty Board's Notice, p. 244.)

Social and Political Sciences Tripos, 2004

Correction

The form of the examination for Paper Pol. 3 in Part IIB of the Social and Political Sciences Tripos published in Reporter, p. 248, should read as follows:

Pol 3. Analysis of modern politics II

The paper will no longer be undivided. Candidates should answer three questions, taking each from a different section.

Theological and Religious Studies Tripos

Correction

The form of the examination for Paper B4 in the Theological and Religious Studies Tripos published in Reporter, p. 248, should read as follows:

Paper B4. The letters of Paul

The examination will consist of a three-hour written paper. Candidates will be required to comment on up to four passages from the prescribed text (quoted in Greek and English), and to attempt three essay questions out of a choice of at least ten. NRSV Bibles will be available for use in the examination but candidates are not expected to show greater precision in Biblical references as a result of the availability of Bibles.


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