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regulations for examinations

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:

Anglo-Saxon, Norse, and Celtic Tripos

(Statutes and Ordinances, p. 242)

With effect from 1 October 2009

The papers available to candidates for the Anglo-Saxon, Norse, and Celtic Tripos from the Archaeological and Anthropological Tripos have been revised (see also the Notice below referring to the Archaeological and Anthropological Tripos):

Part I

Regulation 12.

Paper 15. Europe in the first millennium AD II

By deleting the reference to Paper A27 of Parts IIA and IIB of the Archaeological and Anthropological Tripos.

Part II

Regulation 14.

By adding the following papers to the list of papers offered in Part II:

         Paper 16. Europe in the first millennium AD I (Paper A25 of Parts IIA and IIB of the Archaeological and Anthropological Tripos).
         Paper 17.Europe in the first millennium AD II (Paper A26 of Parts IIA and IIB of the Archaeological and Anthropological Tripos).

Regulation 15(a).

By amending the sub-paragraph so as to read:

(a) four of the papers specified in Regulation 14, provided that:

                  (i) a candidate may not offer more than one paper chosen from among Papers 13-17;
(ii) no candidate who has previously offered Paper 14 in Part I of the Anglo-Saxon, Norse, and Celtic Tripos shall offer Paper 16;
(iii) no candidate who has previously offered Paper 15 in Part I of the Anglo-Saxon, Norse, and Celtic Tripos shall offer Paper 17;
(iv) no candidate shall offer a subject which he or she has offered in Part IIA or Part IIB of the Archaeological and Anthropological Tripos.

The Faculty Board of English have confirmed that no candidate's preparation for the examination in 2010 will be affected by these changes.


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Cambridge University Reporter 15 July 2009
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