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And please can you define Cambridge tripos in simple terms?
I hear people a lot of time saying B.A. with honors. What is the difference between simple B.A. and B.A. with honors?
An honours degree involves more intencsive studying, often or even always over a longer period of time. Details can vary from one university to another. The University of Toronto, for example, no longer offers non-honours dgrees. For some details, check their site,
And please can you define Cambridge tripos in simple terms? Have a look here - http://www.cam.ac.uk/admissions/undergraduate/courses/tripos.html
Best wishes, Clive
Or an honours degree has more than one major. My first degree was an honours course over three years, but had two majors.Hi LRR,
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