Lectures, practical work and examinations in
Anatomy Physiology Biochemistry*'
Materia Medica Applied Pharmacology Pathology
Microbiology and Epidemiology
together with attendances at lectures in Normal Psychology and demonstrations and hospital practice in Medicine and Surgery.
Lectures and demonstrations and examinations in Attendance at the following
clinical instruction a n d demonstrations a t a General or Special Hos- pital recognized by the Council and the perform- ance of duties associated with the subjects of in- struction and demonstra- tion-
Obstetrics and Gynaecology Medical Jurisprudence Social Medicine
Courses of Clinical instruction. in Medicine and in Surgery and Medical and Surgical In-patient and Out-patient practice.
Courses of Clinical instruction in Obstetrics
whowish to attend lectures in Scientific Method should do so before entry to Division II. the class each year being limited to 200.
Practical Gynaecology Paediatrics
Diseases of Throat, Nose and Ear
Venereal Diseases Dermatology Anaesthetics Vaccination Epidemic Diseases Radiology
3. The content of the several subjects, the arrangement of work, and the scope and times of examinations, shall be as prescribed from time to time in the Details of Subjects.
4. The Statute concerning Examiners and the Regulation con- cerning Annual Examinations shall, so far as applicable, govern all examinations for the. Degrees of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery subject to the following special provisions:
A candidate who has not satisfactorily attended lectures and demonstrations or has not satisfactorily attended the classes in and performed the practical work prescribed for a subject shall not be admitted to the examination in that subject with- out the permission of the Faculty of Medicine.
(ii) Where there is no examination in a subject a candidate who has not satisfactorily attended lectures, demonstrations or clinical instruction or has not satisfactorily performed the practical work or other duties prescribed for or associated with that subject shall not be admitted to the examination of the Division or Sub-Division in which that subject is contained without the permission of the Faculty of Medicine.
(iii). If the approved clinical instructors in each of the subjects of clinical instruction and demonstration prescribed in Division III are unanimously of the opinion that a candidate has satisfactorily attended the prescribed clinical instruction and demonstrations and has satisfactorily performed any duties associated with that subject which have been prescribed, they shall certify their opinion in writing and shall issue the certificate to the candidate. Upon production of such cer- tificates in respect of all the subjects of clinical instruction and demonstration prescribed in Division III the candidate shall be deemed to have complied with the preceding sub- sections and if otherwise eligible shall be admitted to the examination of Division III. A candidate who fails to obtain one or more certificates shall not be admitted to the exami- nation of Division III without the permission of the Faculty of Medicine.
5. The conditions under which candidates who fail to present themselves for examination or fail to pass in subjects may be admitted to Supplementary Examinations may be prescribed from time to time in the Details of Subjects.
6. Provisions indicating which of the examinations in the course shall rank as Annual Examinations may be made in the Details of Subjects.
7. The work of Division I carried out in the First Year shall constitute and be referred to hereafter as Sub-Division А .
In Division I there shall be examinations at the end of the First Year (hereinafter called "the examination of Sub-Division IA") and in the Second Year (hereinafter called "the examination of Division I").
In Divisions II and III there shall be examinations at times to be prescribed in the Details of Subjects.
For the purposes of this Section "one examination" includes an examination supplementary thereto.
Where a candidate fails to pass in one or more of the subjects of an examination of a Sub-Division or of a Division taken at the one examination the following provisions shall apply:
In the case of such failure at the examination of Sub-Division IA the candidate shall repeat the whole of the work of the First Year before being re-examined and shall be re-examined in all the subjects of that examination.
(ii) In the case of such failure at the examination of Division I the candidate shall repeat so much of the work of the Second Year as is appropriate to Division I before being re-examined and shall be re-examined in all the subjects of that exami- nation.
(iii) In the case of such failure at the examination of Division II the candidate shall repeat the whole of the work of Division II before being re-examined and shall be re-examined in all the subjects of that examination.
(iv) In the case of failure at the examination of Division III the candidate shall repeat general hospital work for the period and subject to the conditions prescribed in the Details of Subjects and shall be re-examined in all the subjects of Division III at the next ensuing examination of Division III.
(a) where in the Details of Subjects it is prescribed that any
subject shall rank as a single subject which may be passed separately a candidate who passes the examination in that subject shall subject to conditions which may be prescribed in the Details of Subjects not be required to repeat the work and to be re-examined in that subject notwithstanding his failure to pass in other subjects at the examination of the Sub-Divisionor Division which includes that single subject and
(b) where a candidate has failed in only one subject of a Sub- Division or Division the Faculty of Medicine in its absolute discretion on the unanimous recommendation of the Board of Examiners in that subject may excuse the candidate from further attendance work and examination in that subject and thereupon any candidate so excused shall be deemed to have passed in the Sub-Division or Division concerned.
8. A candidate who has not passed the examination in all the subjects of a Sub-Division shall not be permitted to proceed with the remaining work of the Division and shall not be admitted to examina- tion in respect of that work and a candidate who has not passed the examinations in all the subjects of a Division shall not be permitted to proceed with the work of any succeeding Division and shall not be admitted to examination in respect of that work.
Provided that where in the Details of Subjects it is prescribed that any subject shall rank as a single subject which may be passed separ- ately a candidate who fails in the examination in that subject only may be permitted by the Faculty of Medicine in its absolute discretion to proceed with the remaining work of a Division or the work of the next succeeding Division in such manner and subject to such conditions as maу
be prescribed. .
9. (i) The examinations in Medicine shall be conducted by a Board of Examiners of which the James Stewart Pro- fessor of Medicine shall be a member and act as Chairman.
(ii) The examinations in Surgery shall be conducted by a Board of Examiners of which the James Stewart Pro- fessor of Surgery shall be a member and act as Chairman.
(iii) The examinations in Obstetrics and Gynaecology shall be conducted by a Board of Examiners of which the Pro- fessor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology shall be a member and act as Chairman. .
(iv) The other members of each of the said Boards of Examiners shall be as many as the Council may from time to time determine and provided each Board contains at least one member of the Staff of each of at least two recognized General Hospitals they shall be appointed as follows :
(a) for the examination in Medicine from Consulting Physicians or Physicians or Assistant Physicians to a General or Special Hospital recognized for this pur- pose by the University Council
(b) for the examinations in Surgery from Consulting Surgeons or Surgeons or Assistant Surgeons to a General or Special Hospital recognized as aforesaid and
(c) for the examinations in Obstetrics and Gynaecology from In-patient and Out-patient Obstetricians and
In-patient and Out-patient Gynaecologists to the Women's Hospital, the Queen Victoria Hospital, or to a General or Special Hospital recognized as aforesaid.
The members of each Board shall be divided into Sections each Section consisting of two Examiners who shall examine the candidates assigned to them by the Board. In no case shall any candidate be passed unless two Examiners return him as passed. If in examination by a Section of two members there be disagreement as to the result there shall be such further examination as the Board of Examiners may direct. All procedure at the examination shall be arranged by the appropriate Board or by each Section for itself under the authority of the appropriate Board. The Chairman shall have a vote and if necessary a casting vote at any meeting of the Board. If the Chair- man of a Board of Examiners in Medicine or in Surgery or in Obstetrics and Gynaecology respectively is absent and unable to act as Chairman. of the Board of Examiners the Board of Examiners concerned shall appoint a Chairman.
The quorum of each Board of Examiners shall be fixed by the Faculty.
The setting of the papers in Medicine Surgery Obstetrics and Gynaecology shall be the responsibility of the James Stewart Professor of Medicine, the James Stewart Pro- fessor of Surgery and the Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology respectively after such consultation with their co-examiners as they deem fit. In determining results in any subject there shall be a consultation between the examiners in that subject. No results shall be posted till after such consultation.
(vi) In the examinations there shall be prepared Class Lists in each of the subjects Medicine (including Clinical Medicine) Surgery (including Clinical Surgery) and Obstetrics and Gynaecology. The Faculty of Medicine shall determine the number of marks to be assigned to each subject and the standards for Classes.
10. Provision may be made in the Details of Subjects with respect to the mode of examination to be adopted in any subject and where practical examinations are prescribed the Council after report from the Faculty of Medicine may appoint Assessors to assist the Examiners.
11. Unless otherwise provided a candidate who fails to pass any subject or subjects may at the discretion of the Faculty of Medicine on the unanimous recommendation of the Board of Examiners be required to give further evidence before re-examination of having attended such further instruction or having performed such further practical work as the Faculty may direct.
12. Hospital work shall be as prescribed by Details of Subjects or announcements published by the Faculty of Medicine and subject to
any such provisions by announcements made at the recognized Hospitals and shall not be subject to Statutes and Regulations governing University terms and vacations.
13. The Faculty of Medicine may require attendance at any lectures or demonstrations or the performance of any practical work prescribed in the Details of Subjects during such part of any vacation as it deems fit.
14. The following Prizes Exhibitions and Scholarships may be awarded at the Examinations of the course and . shall be open for com- petition to candidates who comply with the requirements of Section 15—
At the Honour Examination of Sub-Division IA in Anatomy an Exhibition of ill ;
in Physiology and Biochemistry an Exhibition of ill.
At the Honour Examination of Division I in Anatomy a Dwight's Prize ofł25 ;
in Biochemistry an Exhibition of 25;
in Physiology a Prize ofк20.
At the Honour Examination of Division II:
in Pathology the Walter and Eliza Hall Exhibition of f30;
in Microbiology and Epidemiology an Exhibition of f 10.*
At the Examination in Medicine (including Clinical Medicine) :
the Keith Levi Memorial Scholarship for Medicine (including Clinical Medicine) and until the annual income from this Fund amounts to Sixty Pounds the Scholarship may be increased in value to Sixty Pounds from general University funds available for this purpose.
At the Examination in Clinical Medicine :
the Jamieson Prize in Clinical Medicine.
At the Examination in Surgery (including Clinical Surgery) :
the Beaney Scholarship in Surgery and a Prize of ill.
At the Examination in Obstetrics and Gynaecology :
the Fulton Scholarship in Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
At the practical Examination in Obstetrics : the Wyeth Prize in Clinical Obstetrics.
At the Examination in Medical Jurisprudence :
a Prize of L5.
15. A candidate who on first presenting for the examination failsto pass in one or more of the subjects of a Sub-Division or Division
shall not be awarded a Prize, Exhibition or Scholarship appropriate to any of the subjects of that examination. (For the purpose of award of any Prize, Exhibition or Scholarship "examination" shall not includea supplementary examination.)
16. Candidates who have passed all the prescribed examinations and fulfilled all the prescribed conditions may be admitted to the Degrees of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery.
17. Graduates in any Faculty other than Medicine and persons who have completed the first and second years of the course for the Degree of Bachelor of Science shall be entitled to credit in Division I
• The Ramsay Prize of ś30 may be awarded in place of this Exhibition.