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FORM AND CONDUCT OF EXAMINATIONS, 2003-04: NOTICE

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.

Theological and Religious Studies Tripos and the examination for the degree of Bachelor in Theology for Ministry, 2004: Notice

Further to the notice published in the 26 November edition of the Reporter (p. 248) the form of the following paper has been amended with effect from the examination in 2004. The Faculty Board are satisfied that no student will be disadvantaged by the amendment.

Paper 12. Further New Testament studies

The examination will consist of a three-hour written paper which will be divided into three sections. Section A will contain one gobbet question on the set texts, requiring comment on two gospel passages from a choice of four, and two epistle passages from a choice of four (English or Greek, depending on the option taken). Section B will contain at least four essay questions on the gospel set text. Section C will contain at least four essay questions on the epistle set text. Candidates will be required to attempt three questions in all: the gobbet question in Section A and two further essay questions, one from each of Sections B and C.

NRSV Bibles and Greek New Testaments 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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Cambridge University Reporter 3 March 2004
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