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are recommended to read a book, or selected passages equivalent to a considerable part of a book, of at least one Greek prose author, and a corresponding portion of at least one Greek poet.
French. An examination similar to that in Latin. Subjects for March, 1902: Corneille, Le Cid (Hachette); Sandeau, Sacs et Parchemins (Macmillan). March, 1903: F. Coppée, Le Luthier de Crémone (Hachette) and Le Passant (Hachette); H. Gréville, Perdue (Ed. Arnold). German.-An examination similar to that in Latin. Subjects for March, 1902: Goethe, Hermann und Dorothea (Cambridge University Press); Fontane, Vor dem Sturm (Macmillan). March, 1903: Schiller, Der Geisterseher (Heath's M.L.S., Isbister); Halm, Griseldis (Clarendon Press).
Arithmetic.--Including the Elements of Mensuration.
Algebra.-Including the three Progressions, the biomial theorem for a positive index, and the properties and use of logarithms.
Geometry. The first four books of Euclid, and easy deductions. Trigonometry. Including Solution of Triangles, Heights and Distances, and Properties of Triangles.
Copies of the papers set in the ENTRANCE EXAMINATION will be found in the Appendix.
* Or at times to be arranged. Laboratory practice. Practical work each week as arranged. Excursions every third or fourth Saturday as arranged. Honours Lecture. One Hour additional for Honours. ||See page 129. (A) Class A. (B) Class B.
Term Course. Honours Lecture. Until the course is finished.
Laboratory Practice. Students of the third year can take either the Trinity or Michaelmas
The First two years of the course are the same as in the Faculty of Arts. + Certain additional lectures will be delivered on this subject, at such times as may be arranged.
NOTE.-Graduates in Arts who have not taken Law Subjects in their Third Year, and who propose to proceed to the Degree of LL.B. in two years, are required to take the courses marked (a) in their First Year, and those marked (b) in their Second Year.