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Term begin on the days specified in each case in the following
Boundaries for keeping terms.
What constitutes residence.
Precincts of the University.
Report 5 June 1884. Grace 12 June 1884.
The boundaries in and about Cambridge within which terms shall be kept by residence shall be defined as extending two miles and a half from Great St Mary's Church, measured in a direct line, and shall be called the Precincts of the University.
Portion of term to be kept.
That the portion of each Term during which Undergraduates shall be Mar. 30, 1882 required to reside in order to keep the Term be three-fourths.
Residence of persons in statu pupillari.
Report 5 June 1884. Grace 12 June 1884.
A person in statu pupillari keeping terms by residence
must reside within the Precincts of the University
(1) In some College or Hostel, or
(2) In a house licensed by the Lodging-House Syndi
(3) With his parents or parent, or
(4) In his own, or in his hired house, or with his
Residence shall be reckoned by days. No person in statu Reckoned by pupillari shall be considered to have resided during any day unless he shall have resided during some part of such day and of the following night and shall have complied with such other conditions of residence, if any, as may be required by the authorities of his College or Hostel or by the NonCollegiate Students Board; provided that a part of the day on which such a person completes his residence for the term may be counted as a day of residence.
Provided also that the authorities of the Colleges and Hostels, and of the Non-Collegiate Students Board, shall be empowered to continue their existing practice in the case of Saving of such students as have already commenced residence and would be prejudiced by the change.
For the purpose of this regulation the day shall be held Duration of to extend from 6 A.M. to midnight.
Residence shall be certified to the University under the Certificate of hand and seal of the Head of the College or Hostel to which the Student belongs, or of the Chairman of the NonCollegiate Students Board.
Report 19 June 1882. Grace 23 June 1882.
The Council of the Senate recommend:
1. That no person be allowed to count any Term before that in which he has matriculated unless he has satis- not to be fied the Council of the Senate that his matriculation had been deferred for grave and sufficient cause.
2. That the day following (or if that day be Sunday, the day next but one following) the last day of the first
Days of triculation ;
quarter of each Term be appointed as a day of General Special days, Matriculation. That the Vice-Chancellor be empowered to permit persons to matriculate for special reasons on some other day but that every person who matriculates on any other day than a day of general matriculation be required to pay an extra fee of ten shillings and sixpence: provided that candidates for Degrees in Music who matriculate on a special day fixed for that purpose by the Vice-Chancellor be required to pay the ordinary matriculation fee only.
Extra fee, Candidates in Music.
3. That each person on matriculating be required to subscribe the following declaration :
"I promise to observe the Statutes and Ordinances of the University as far as they concern me, and to pay due respect and obedience to the Chancellor and other officers of the University."
For the Fees payable on Matriculation see pages 299, 302, and ed. 1877
By Grace 19 May 1881 Candidates for Musical Degrees are required to
Placeat vobis ut relatio, 13°. Maii data et 24°. Maii denuo edita, Syndicorum vestrorum 24°. Nov. 1864 qui de Examinationibus a Baccalaureatum in Artibus petentibus subeundis aliisque rebus deliberarent constitutorum suffragiis vestris comprobetur.
Plan of Examinations.
The Syndicate recommend the following Plan of Examinations (May 13, 1865):
A Previous Examination [on the plan hereafter described'.
Grace 6 Feb. 1873.]
1 See page 6,
June 3, 1865.
Sect. 1. Part I.
A General Examination, to be held towards the end of the Easter Term in each year, open to all Students who have entered on their [fourth Grace 26 Jan. 1884] least, having previously kept [three] terms and passed the Previous Examination.
Grace 8 June 1870.
(a) A Special Examination in certain departments of Theology, to be held in the Easter Term of each year, open to all Students who have entered on their ninth term at least, having previously kept eight terms, and have passed the Previous and General Examinations. Grace 8 June 1870.
(b) A Special Examination in certain branches of Moral Science, to be held in the Easter Term of each year, open to all Students who have entered on their ninth term at least, having previously kept eight terms, and have passed the Previous and General Examinations.
(c) A Special Examination in Law [and Modern History Grace 8 June 1870], to be held in the Easter Term of each year, open to all Students who have entered on their ninth term at least, having previously kept eight terms, and have passed the Previous and General Examinations.
(d) A Special Examination in certain branches of Natural Science, to be held in the Easter Term of each year, open to all Students who have entered on their ninth term at least, having previously kept eight terms, and have passed the Previous and General Examinations.
(e) A Special Examination in Mechanism and Applied Science, to be held in the Easter Term of each year, open to all Students who have entered
Three Examinations annually.
on their ninth term at least, having previously kept
[Or, (ƒ) A Special Examination in Music, on
[Or, (g) A Special Examination in Modern Languages, on like conditions.
Grace 1 Feb. 1883.]
1. The Previous Examination.
By Grace 4 Apr. 1878 selected Candidates for the Civil Service of India
For the conditions on which Students holding Certificates from the Local
That that portion of Part I. of the Amended Report, dated March 22, May 15, 1884. 1884, of the Syndicate appointed Feb. 23, 1882, and continued June 23, 1883, to consider whether any and what changes should be made in the Examinations for Ordinary Degrees and in those to be passed previous to admission to any Tripos Examination, which relates to the Previous Examination, be confirmed, provided that no person be admitted to any Honour Examination who has not passed both parts of the Previous Examination.
The Syndicate recommend that from and after the end of the Easter Term, 1884, the following be substituted for Regulations 1-12 for the Previous Examination and for Regulations 18--26 for the same Examination except so far as they relate to the Examination for the Additional Subjects. REGULATIONS FOR THE PREVIOUS EXAMINATION.
1. The Previous Examination shall be held three times in each year.
2. The first examination shall begin on the Monday after the first Sunday in June.
3. The second shall begin on the 3rd day of October unless that day fall on Sunday or Monday, in which case it shall begin on the following Tuesday.
4. The third shall begin on the Friday after the first Monday in December.