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(From Our Regular Correspondent)June 12, 1937.
New Regulations for Registration of Medical Students
The Register of Medical Students has been compiled from the forms of request for registration which students filled in at the various medical schools and has never been complete. The General Medical Council has therefore decided to request all the deans of medical schools to send copies of their students' register, from which the council's register will in future be compiled. The council has also adopted new conditions of registration. The intending student must be 18 years of age or within three months of that age. He must have passed a recognized preliminary examination in general education and an additional examination or examinations recognized by the licensing bodies. The minimum standard of general education is, as before, that of a university matriculation or entrance examination in the faculties of arts or pure science. The additional
Foreign Letters. JAMA. 1937;109(2):142–148. doi:10.1001/jama.1937.02780280048020
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