From Lindsay Gladstone, Head of Exams:
The Summer Solstice is the time when the exam results of the Spring Exam Season are issued, so it is my pleasure to announce the names of the successful students!
The students work hard on their exams during the whole year and submit their papers for marking at the exam seasons which are located around the Equinoxes. It is then that the examiners rigorously engage in assessing the exam papers and write their feedback in the form of exam reports which are sent to the candidates at the Solstice. That work is now complete, and I am delighted to announce that as a result we have a group of 7 new Certificate Holders and 1 new Diploma Holder. Very many congratulations to all these students!
These are the students who have successfully passed the Certificate Interpretation Exam and therefore obtained their Certificate.
Excellence in the Faculty exams is recognized through our special exam awards. Congratulations go to Anna Lawrence for achieving the Lindsay Radermacher Award for submitting an exceptionally good Certificate Interpretation Exam.
In the midway between the Certificate and the Diploma, the students must pass an intermediate level exam which also requires a lot of hard work and it is a major step towards preparing themselves for the final exam. These are the students who have successfully passed the Intermediate Interpretation Exam in Spring 2020.
Our very special congratulations goes to the new Diploma Holder who has passed the Advanced Interpretation Exam and has thus become entitled to use the letters DFAstrolS after their name.
By the end of the year, the successful candidates of the next Autumn Exam Season will be added to the lists and all the awards will be presented at the Faculty Open Day on 27th March 2021 in London. A gathering which offers a wonderful opportunity to meet students and tutors, listen to interesting and thought provoking talks and share a lovely and happy day with successful candidates from all around the world!
Head of Exams
Faculty of Astrological Studies