Final Year

Some articles on year, years, final year, final:

St Edward's School, Oxford - Year Groups
... The school has five year groups ... typically arrive at the school at 13 years old, having taken their Common Entrance Examination to gain a place at the school, or they can take the School's ... Pupils at the school are aged between 13 and 18 years old ...
Sacred Heart High School (Pennsylvania) - Final Year
... The 2004-2005 school year was the last operating year for Sacred Heart Intermediate and Sacred Heart High ... in a mere two weeks, the bishop's decision remained final, and the school closed in June 2005 ...
Medical Education In South Africa - The Americas - Canada
... school of a university that offers a three- or four-year Doctor of Medicine (M.D ... for admission vary by region from two to four years of post-secondary study ... abbreviated as CaRMS in the fall of their final year ...
Medical School In Canada - Evaluation
... During the final year of medical school, students complete part 1 of the Medical Council of Canada Qualifying Examination (MCCQE), which is administered by the Medical Council of Canada and organized ... Upon completion of the final year of medical school, students are awarded the degree of M.D ... In the final year of residency training, residents take an exam administered by either the RCPSC or the CFPC, depending on whether they are training for specialty or family ...
Anthony Cunningham - Playing Career - Minor and Under-21
... to prominence on the inter-county scene as a member of the Galway minor hurling team as a sixteen year-old in 1981 ... He made his debut that year as Galway reached the All-Ireland final for the first time in eight years ... In 1983 Cunningham was in his final year on the minor team when he was appointed captain ...

Famous quotes containing the words year and/or final:

    Material advancement has its share in moral and intellectual progress. Becky Sharp’s acute remark that it is not difficult to be virtuous on ten thousand a year has its applications to nations; and it is futile to expect a hungry and squalid population to be anything but violent and gross.
    Thomas Henry Huxley (1825–95)

    There is no country in which so absolute a homage is paid to wealth. In America there is a touch of shame when a man exhibits the evidences of large property, as if after all it needed apology. But the Englishman has pure pride in his wealth, and esteems it a final certificate. A coarse logic rules throughout all English souls: if you have merit, can you not show it by your good clothes and coach and horses?
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)