What School Did Robert Hooke Go to?

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Robert Hooke was born in Freshwater, Isle of Wight on 18 July, 1635. He studied at the Westminster School in 1648 and the Oxford University, Christ Church in 1658. He was initially a chorister and then a servitor. Hooke did not take a B.A; he was however nominated for the M.A. by Lord Clarendon, the Chancellor of the university in 1663. He also had an M.D at Doctors' Commons, 1691 (this was also by patronage, and not listed.)
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Robert Hooke, son of John Hooke was a versatile seventeenth century English scientist who schooled at Westminster School. Back then (1648), Hooke learnt Greek and Latin, and later some geometry and mechanics; Dr. Busby headed Westminster School for 55 years. He later joined Oxford University, Christ church in 1658. There are available biographies that account his lifetime.
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