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Mature Route: Potential Increase in Numbers
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The Part 3 examination held in July 1972 was the last opportunity for a candidate with a HNC (Higher National Certificate equivalent to the current BTEC) background to aspire to chartered status using the normal route: from 1973 onwards a university degree became the essential academic qualification to gain exemption from the Institution’s Part 1 and 2 examinations. J.V. Bull

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