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PHYSICS STUDENTS

UNIVERSITY RESTRICTION For some years the number of T students entering at the Auckland , University College for the course in i physics (either as part of the science { degree course or of the intermediate 3 course leading to a professional . degree) has been too great for the ; restricted lecturing and laboratory I space of the physics department. ; Consequently the college council has t decided that the number admitted . to physics in 1946 must be limited. - This means that prospective [ entrants who have not qualified in . one branch of physics and in mathematics for university entrance may - be required to sit for an examina- • tion in elementary mathematics ■ and/or a general examination with • a scientific trend. This examination • will be held towards the end of ! February. | These arrangements make it • necessary that students who wish to be considered for admission to physics notify the college registrar before January 31.

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PHYSICS STUDENTS, Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 192, 15 August 1945

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PHYSICS STUDENTS Auckland Star, Volume LXXVI, Issue 192, 15 August 1945

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