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TSM Foundation Scholarship Examination Results

TSM Foundation Scholarship Examination 2019 Results will be published on 29 April 2019.

Trinity Monday 29 April 2019 - Announcement of Scholars

On the basis of a student’s performance in the Scholarship examination, candidates may be elected to Scholarship. The announcement of Scholars takes place on Trinity Monday 29 April 2019 at 10.00am in Front Square.

Publication of Results

Following the announcement of Scholars the TSM Foundation Scholarship Examination Results and any prizes awarded will be published on 29 April 2019 in the following locations:

Noticeboards

  • Noticeboard outside the Exam Hall, Front Square.
  • TSM Noticeboard, outside the TSM Course Office, Room 3135, Third Floor, Arts Building.

Websites

Individual Scholarship exam results will be available from Departments following Trinity Monday 29 April 2019.

TSM Foundation Scholarship requirements

In TSM Foundation Scholarship, candidates must present themselves for examination in both of their course subjects. Both Subjects contribute equally to the overall mark and grade result. In order to be recommended for Foundation Scholarship, candidates must achieve:

  • a first class result in one subject and at least a second class, first division result in the other subject, and the overall mark for both subjects must be 70 per cent or higher.
  • candidates are required to have a minimum of two first class marks out of their total four papers; and
  • no paper may have a mark below 65 per cent.

 

TSM Foundation Scholarship Calendar Regulation 2018/19

(College Calendar 2018/19, Part II, Foundation and Non-Foundation Scholarships), Page 291:

25 Two - subject moderatorship In the two - subject moderatorship, candidates are required to present themselves for examination in both of their course subjects. In order to be recommended for foundation scholarship, candidates must achieve an overall mark for both subjects combined of 70 per cent or higher; candi dates must obtain a first class result in one subject and at least a second class, first division result in the other subject; candidates are required to have a minimum of two first class marks out of their total four papers; and no paper may have a mark below 65 per cent. Both subjects contribute with equal weighting to the combined mark. Candidates sit a maximum of four and a half hours of written examinations in each subject. Candidates must satisfy the examination and assessment requirements of their subjects as set out below. The academic scope of these examinations and assessments, in terms of modules and/or areas covered, may vary from one subject to another ; each department in TSM assign s a minimum of a quarter of its assessment in the scholarship examination to general question(s) . See entries for individual subjects as set out below.

 


Last updated 12 February 2019 by Two Subject Moderatorship (Email).