1. A candidate shall obtain honours in an Honours Examination by the inclusion of his or her name in one of the classes, or under the heading ‘Declared to have deserved honours’, in the class-list of that examination, or by being allowed the examination by the Council; provided that honours in Part Ia of the Modern and Medieval Languages Tripos, if not obtained by an allowance from the Council, shall be obtained only as is laid down in the regulations for that Tripos.
[2. On completing the requisite number of terms, a student shall be qualified to proceed to the degree of Bachelor of Arts if not earlier than the last but one of the terms that the student needs for that degree he or she has obtained honours as follows:
〈2. On completing the requisite number of terms, a student shall be qualified to proceed to the degree of Bachelor of Arts by Honours if not earlier than the last but one of the terms that the student needs for that degree he or she has obtained honours as follows:
provided that a student who matriculated before 1 January 2010 shall be qualified to proceed to the degree of Bachelor of Arts by Honours under the regulations for the degree of Bachelor of Arts by Honours in force on that date.〉1
3. On completing the requisite number of terms,2 a student who has obtained honours as prescribed in Regulation 2 earlier than the last but one of the terms needed for the degree of Bachelor of Arts shall be qualified to proceed to that degree
4. For the purpose of Regulation 2, notwithstanding that the class-list for the examination in which a student needs to obtain honours in order to complete the qualifications for the B.A. Degree has not been published before the first day of General Admission to Degrees, he or she shall be deemed to be qualified to proceed to that degree at the appropriate Congregation if the Chairman of the Examiners for that examination, after consulting the Examiners concerned, has informed the Registrary sufficiently in advance of the Congregation that it is certain that the name of the student will be included in the class-list either in one of the classes or under the heading ‘Declared to have deserved honours’.
5. A certificate submitted for the purpose of Regulation 3(b) shall be sent to the Registrary so as to arrive not later than the end of Full Term in the last term to which it relates. A student whose certificate reaches the Registrary later than the last day of Full Term shall, if the certificate is accepted, incur a fine of £1.
1. No student shall be a candidate for the Ordinary B.A. Degree under these regulations without having first been a candidate for an Honours Examination, a Preliminary Examination, or a Tripos Qualifying Examination.
2. A student who is deemed to have passed three Ordinary Examinations and who has kept nine terms by residence shall be entitled to supplicate for the Ordinary B.A. Degree.
3. No student shall be deemed to have passed more than one Ordinary Examination before the end of his or her third term of residence or more than two Ordinary Examinations before the end of his or her sixth term of residence.
4. The following shall be deemed to have passed one Ordinary Examination:
5. The following shall be deemed to have passed two Ordinary Examinations:
6. On the application of a candidate's Tutor, and if the Examiners have so recommended, the Council may allow one Ordinary Examination to a student who has failed in a Preliminary Examination or a Tripos Qualifying Examination. If the Preliminary Examination pertains to Part Ia of the Classical Tripos or Part I of the Oriental Studies Tripos, the Council shall specify the language in which the candidate's work has deserved the allowance.
7. A student shall be deemed to have passed one Ordinary Examination if he or she has attained at least the standard for an allowance towards the Ordinary B.A. Degree in any Honours Examination which, under Regulation 2 for allowances to candidates for examinations, the Council have permitted him or her to take in candidature for the Ordinary B.A. Degree, or in any combination of papers from an Honours Examination which the Council have approved for that purpose for a particular student on the recommendation of the Faculty Board or similar authority concerned; provided that such a performance may, in accordance with conditions determined by the Council, be deemed to be equivalent to passes in two Ordinary Examinations.
8. The names of candidates to whom Examiners make allowances under Regulations 4(d) and 5(b) above shall be appended to the class-lists of the examinations concerned under the heading:
Granted an allowance towards the Ordinary B.A. Degree.
To the names of candidates for the Classical Tripos, the Modern and Medieval Languages Tripos, the Oriental Studies Tripos, the Natural Sciences Tripos, or the Medical and Veterinary Sciences Tripos published under that heading shall be added in brackets the subject or subjects in which the candidate's work has deserved the allowance.
9. The names of candidates to whom the Council make allowances under Regulation 6 shall be published separately by the Registrary.