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On Monday Morning in the following week the Examiners shall arrange in Two Divisions, each in alphabetical order, such of the Candidates as have passed. And a Certificate under the Seal of the University, and signed by the Chancellor, shall be delivered to each Candidate.

Such Candidates only as in the opinion of the Examiners are admissible to the Examination for Honours, shall be placed in the First Division.

EXAMINATION FOR HONOURS.

Candidates

may

Any Candidate who has been placed in the First Division at the Second Examination

may

be examined for Honours in any or all of the following subjects : PhysiOLOGY AND COMPARATIVE ANATOMY.

illustrate their answers by sketching the parts they describe. SURGERY. MEDICINE.

MIDWIFERY. The Examinations shall take place in the week following the SECOND EXAMINATION. They shall be conducted by means of Printed Papers; but the Examiners shall not be precluded from putting viva voce questions upon the written answers of the Candidates when they appear to require explanation.

The Examinations shall be conducted in the following order :

Morning, 10 to 1.
Tuesday ......Physiology and Comparative Anatomy.
Wednesday... Surgery.
Thursday .... Medicine.
Friday ........ Midwifery.

Afternoon, 3 to 6.
Tuesday ...... Physiology and Comparative Anatomy.
Wednesday... Surgery.
Thursday ..... Medicine.

In determining the relative position of Candidates, the Examiners shall have regard to the proficiency evinced by the Candidates in the same subjects at the Pass Examination.

Candidates who pass the Examinations, and acquit themselves to the satisfaction of the Examiners, shall be arranged according to the several subjects and according to their proficiency in each; and Candidates shall be bracketed together unless the Examiners are of opinion that there is a clear difference between them.

If in the opinion of the Examiners sufficient merit be evinced, the Candidate who shall distinguish himself the most in Physiology and Comparative Anatomy, the Candidate who shall distinguish himself the most in Surgery, and the Candidate who shall distinguish himself the most in Medicine, shall each receive an Exhibition of Fifty Pounds per annum for the next Two Years, with the style of UNIVERSITY MEDICAL SCHOLAR.

Under the same circumstances, the First and Second Candidates in each of the preceding subjects shall each receive a Gold Medal of the value of Five Pounds.

Under the same circumstances, the Candidate who shall distinguish himself the most in Midwifery shall receive a Gold Medal of the value of Five Pounds.

DOCTOR OF MEDICINE.

The Examination for the Degree of Doctor of Medi. cine shall take place once a year, and commence on the fourth Monday in November.

No Candidate shall be admitted to this Examination unless he have produced Certificates to the following effect:

1. Of having taken the Degree of Bachelor of Medicine in this University, or a Degree in Medicine or in Surgery at a University the Degrees granted by which are recognised by the Senate of this University.*

Those Candidates who have not taken the Degree in this University shall produce a Certificate of having completed

their Twenty-third year. 2. Of having attended, subsequently to having taken one of the above Degrees in Medicine,

a. To Clinical or Practical Medicine during Two Years in a Hospital or Medical Institution recognised bythis University.

b. Or, to Clinical or Practical Medicine during One Year in a Hospital or Medical Institution recognised by this University, and of having been engaged during Three Years in the Practice of his Profession.

c. Or, if he have taken the Degree of Bachelor of Medicine in this University, of having been engaged during Five Years in the Practice of his Profession.

One Year of attendance on Clinical or Practical Medicine, or Two Years of Practice, will be dispensed with in the case of those Candidates who at the Second Examination have been

placed in the First Division. 3. Of Moral Character, signed by two persons of respectability. These Certificates shall be transmitted to the Registrar at least fourteen days before the Examination begins.

The Fee for the Degree of Doctor of Medicine shall be Ten Pounds. No Candidate shall be admitted to the Examination unless he have previously paid this Fee to the Registrar. If a Candidate fail to pass the Examination, the Fee shall not be returned to him ; but he shall be admissible to any subsequent Examination for the same Degree without the payment of any additional Fee.

The Examination shall be conducted by means of
Printed Papers and Viva Voce Interrogation.
Candidates shall be examined in the following subjects:
ELEMENTS OF INTELLECTUAL PHILOSOPHY, LOGIC, AND

MORAL PHILOSOPHY.
MEDICINE.

* At present, all Candidates for the Degree of Doctor of Medicine must have previously obtained the Degree of Bachelor of Medicine in this University.

The Examinations shall be conducted in the following order :

By Printed Papers.

Morning, 10 to 1. Monday... Elementsof

Intellectual Philosophy, Logic, and Moral Philosophy.

Candidates who have taken a Degree in Arts in this University, or in a University the Degrees granted by which are recognised by the Senate of this University,

shall be exempted from this part of the Examination.* Tuesday... Medicine.

Afternoon, 3 to 6. Monday... A Commentary on a Case in Medicine, Surgery, or

Midwifery, at the option of the Candidate. Tuesday... Medicine.

By Viva Voce Interrogation.

Friday Morning, at 10. Examination on the Answers to the Printed Papers, and on the

Commentaries. The Candidate will also be required to report on Cases of actual Patients. On Monday Morning in the following week the Examiners shall arrange in Two Divisions, each in alphabetical order, such of the Candidates as have passed. And a Certificate under the Seal of the University, and signed by the Chancellor, shall be delivered to each Candidate.

* The Degrees in Arts of all Universities in the United Kingdom are recognised by the Senate for this purpose.

REGULATIONS RELATING TO STUDENTS WHO

COMMENCED THEIR MEDICAL STUDIES IN OR BEFORE JANUARY 1839.

BACHELOR OF MEDICINE. Candidates who commenced their Professional Studies in or before January 1839 shall be admitted to the First EXAMINATION for the Degree of Bachelor of Medicine on producing Certificates to the following effect :

1. Of having been engaged during Two Years in their Professional Studies.

2. Of having attended a Course of Lectures on each of Four of the subjects comprehended in the list at page

59. 3. Of having Dissected during Nine Months.

4. Of having attended to Practical Pharmacy during a sufficient length of time to enable them to acquire a practical knowledge in the Preparation of Medicines.

Candidates who commenced their Professional Studies in or before January 1839 shall be admitted to the SECOND EXAMINATION for the Degree of Bachelor of Medicine on producing Certificates to the following effect :

1. Of having been engaged during Four Years in their Professional Studies.

2. Of having passed the First ExAMINATION. 3. Of having attended a Course of Lectures on each of Two of the subjects comprehended in the list at page 59.

4. Of having Dissected during Twelve Months.

5. Of having attended to Practical Pharmacy during a sufficient length of time to enable the Pupil to acquire a practical knowledge in the Preparation of Medicines.

6. Of having conducted at least Six Labours.

7. Of having attended the Surgical Practice of a recognised Hospital or Hospitals during Twelve Months.

8. Of having attended the Medical Practice of a recognised Hospital or Hospitals during other Twelve Months.

9. Of having completed the Twenty-second year of their age.

10. Of Moral Character from a Teacher in the last School or Institution at which they have studied, as far as the Teacher's opportunity of knowledge has extended.

Candidates who have not taken a Degree in Arts, or passed the Matriculation Examination in this University, will be required to translate a portion of Celsus de Re Medica.

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