Excerpt from The Australian Journal of Dentistry, Vol. 9: A Monthly Review of Dental Science; January 31st, 1905
Kingdom, the Victorian licensing body furnish complete returns of all of its examinations. And the committee would remark that, inasmuch as the examinations Of the... licensing bodies in Great Britain have been inspected by the General Medical Council, and are always liable to such inspection, which is impossible in the case of a distant colony, the General Medical Council ill only be able to judge of the Sufficiency of the examinations by the proportion of passes and rejections, which may be fairly expected not to differ greatly from the preportion which an experience of twenty-five years has shown to obtain at the examinations of the several licensing bodies of Great Britain.
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