In the United States, a sophomore is a student in the second year of study at high
school or college. Contents. [hide]. 1 Education in the United States. 1.1 High ...
Apr 7, 2013 ... Freshmen - 1st year college/university student; Sophomore - 2nd year ... British
English never uses the terms Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, ...
Apr 1, 2011 ... The latest words you asked us to define are: freshman, sophomore, junior and
senior – the words to describe what year of school someone is in ...
Apr 25, 2014 ... Ian K. asks: Why are students called freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors
? graduation Rather than referring to a student's year of study, ...
Sophomore. Someone who has successfully survived their freshmen yeah of
high school. 9 times out of 10 absolutely hate freshmen even though three
May 15, 2014 ... Of the four tiers of high school, sophomore is the year that stands out as strange.
Freshman, junior, and senior are relatively clear monikers for ...
Feb 15, 2007 ... A person in their first year at university is a "freshman", in second a "sophomore",
what do you call somebody in third year?? And... if these are...
The ages of high school freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors range from
14-18. In college, ages vary widely because of the large differences in students' ...
Nov 12, 2002 ... To be considered a Freshman, you need 0-29 credit hours. To be considered a
Sophomore, you need 30-59 credit hours. To be considered a ...
a. A second-year student in a US college. b. A tenth-grade student in a US high
school. 2. A person in the second year of carrying out an endeavor. 3.