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¶ All communications about Scholarships, Prizes, etc., should be clearly marked on the envelope with the name of the Scholarship, Prize, etc., concerned.
Adjustment of standing for illnessCandidates who, on account of illness, have received permission from the Proctors under the regulations of the Educational Policy and Standards Committee (Examination Regulations, 2004, pp. 32--5), may, for the purpose of reckoning standing and age in entering for a university fellowship, studentship, scholarship, exhibition, or prize, exclude such additional time as has been granted by the Proctors for the purpose of taking the Final Honour School.
Provided that the provisions of these regulations shall not apply to the following: Boden Scholarship, Dean Ireland's Scholarships, Matthew Arnold Memorial Prize, Newdigate Prize (Council Regulations 25 of 2002, 1, 1.2).
Division of prizes and scholarshipsPrizes and scholarships may be divided, and the emoluments adjusted accordingly, whenever the examiners for any such award are unable to distinguish between the merits of the best candidates (Council Regulations 25 of 2002, 1, 1.3).
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