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Regulations for examinations: Notice by the general board

The General Board give notice that, on the recommendation of the Faculty Board or other authority concerned, the regulations for certain University examinations have been amended as follows:

Linguistics Tripos

(Statutes and Ordinances, p. 320)

With effect from 1 October 2004

The regulations have been amended so as to introduce provision for course-work or other exercises in the new Paper 9 (Foundations of speech communication) which will be available from 1 October 2004 (see Reporter, p. 314).

Regulation 7.

By inserting a new sub-paragraph (c) so as to read:

(c)to specify papers which shall include course-work or other exercises in addition to the written paper. The details of the course-work or other exercises required of candidates and the arrangements for the submission of such course-work or other exercises shall be prescribed by the Faculty Board from time to time. Each candidate will be required to sign a declaration that the course-work or other written exercises are his or her own work, unaided except as may be specified in the declaration, and that they do not contain material that has already been used to any substantial extent for a comparable purpose.


(Statutes and Ordinances, p. 322)

The Faculty Board of Modern and Medieval Languages give notice, with effect from the same date, that the supplementary regulations for the Linguistics Tripos have been revised so as to read:

Paper 3. Phonetics

The examination for this paper will consist of a written paper and a practical component. The practical component will assess competence in impressionistic and quantitative phonetic methods.

Paper 9. Foundations of speech communication

The examination for this paper will consist of a written paper and a 4,000-word project to be submitted on the first day of the Full Easter Term in which the examination is to be held.

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Cambridge University Reporter 11 February 2004
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