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The survival tale of a Schols candidate

The challenges of sitting Schols exams and the madness that can ensue are discussed by MSISS student Devin Connolly, as he dissects his recent experience


Trinity College’s electing of Foundation Scholars is a long-established tradition, and the term “Schols”, derived from “scholarship”, has over the years come to mean much more than simply an imbursement or an award based on excellence. It is a set


Fifty new scholars, twenty four fellows and two honorary fellows were announced today as part of the Trinity Monday celebrations

The amount of scholars elected has fallen from sixty four last year to fifty this year


The students who sat the scholarship examinations in early January gathered in front square this morning today hear the Trinity Monday announcement. Provost Patrick Prendergast took to the podium on the steps of the Exam Hall adorned with robes and


College revoked decision to not allow student to sit Schols two days before exams began

Maeve Murphy Quinlan was informed in November that she was not eligible to sit the exams due to a clerical error in her application

NEWSCollege administration has come under scrutiny recently following a case where a second year student was informed that she was eligible to sit the Foundation Scholarship Exams (Schols) less than three days before they were due to start.

Maeve Murphy …