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The Medical Studeqt and his Choice of a School. The "Student's Number" of "The Lancet" for the Session 1898-99 will be published on Friday, September 2nd, and will contain, as usual, all the information that is required by the medical student to guide him in his educational curricu- lum, whether he is already engaged in medioal study or is now entering upon his chosen career. In particular the "Student's Number" is designed to be a guide to both parents and students in their selection of a medical school. The regulations of the examjniD beards in medicine attached to the different bodies recog- nised by the General Medical Council will be published at length. A list of the English— metropolitan and provincial—Scotch, and l'nsh medical schools able fo affora the stuJent a complete medical education will be givea, to gtther with full tabulated information foccerD- ing the clinical practice in each. The amounts of the various fees to be paid and of the differ- ent scholarships and prizes offered for competi- tion will be all set out, and as an inclusive list of the teaching and lecturing staffs will be added, the student will fimd in portable form all the information that he can possibly desire to obtain concerning any school. The numer- ous institutions in the kingdom offering a partial or ancillary curriculum in the form of classes dealing with particular subjects or adapted to special circumstances will also be noticed. Under the heading "The Students' Library," a. Est will be published of the standard works on various subjects required from the candi- date by. the different examining boards. The prices, and names of the publishers, wll be affixed, andf in places where it has been deemed necessary, critical notes on the works will be given as a guide. The "Students' Number" will also contain full information upon the medical course required for the naval, military, civil, and public health services, and upon dental schools and the proceedings to be taken to obtain a dental degree. Among special articles should be mentioned one on the Evolution of the Lon- doct University," a Teaching Centre, and one dealing with the Coert of Medical Education in the United Kingdom. ——————

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