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A student or pupil is a learner, or someone who attends an educational institution . In Britain ... Junior Secondary is grade 6 to 8, ages 11 to 13. ..... school) also have alternate names for studen...

What is the average age of a freshman, sophomore, junior and senior?

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The ages of high school freshmen, sophomores, juniors and seniors range from ... In addition, if a child fails a grade in school, both entry into and graduation ...

Definition of Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, and Senior

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For undergraduate day students, freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior standing are determined by earned semester hours: Freshman: Less than 32 SH  ...

How-are-the-terms-freshman-sophomore-junior-and-senior ... - Quora

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Zach Beebe is correct. To expand: School districts* covering k-12 (typically age 5 -18) in the US ... Freshman always is 9th grade; Sophomore 10th; Junior 11th; Senior 12th. Colleges "count" grades 9-12 in admissions requirements, but ...

Whats a sophomore and a freshman? | Yahoo Answers

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Jan 15, 2008 ... Some districts also throw in terms like Junior high, which can be either ... A sophomore is the year above a freshman, and is 10th grade, your second ... 12th grade, your last year in high school is considered your senior year.

freshman/sophomore/junior/senior | WordReference Forums

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Oct 22, 2011 ... Hi, Does "freshman/sophomore/junior/senior" also apply to high shcool grades? If so, that means in the U.S.there are four grades in high shcool ...

Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior Classification - Get Help

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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 ...

Urban Dictionary: Sophomore

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Someone who has successfully survived their freshmen yeah of high school. ... The juniors are busy with homework, and trying to get better grades so they can go to college. .... Seniors and juniors don't really care much about sophomores.

"Freshmen" "Sophomore" - English Language & Usage Stack ...

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Apr 7, 2013 ... Freshmen - 1st year college/university student; Sophomore - 2nd year; Junior - 3rd year; Senior - 4th year. However ... British English never uses the terms Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior etc (in any educational context). Use of those terms ... Linked. -3 · How to express college student in each grade?

word choice - Which grade/class are you? - English Language ...

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Oct 14, 2014 ... How would you ask if you want to know the person's grade/class in university ... and the answer would be freshman, sophomore, junior, senior, ...

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What is the difference in freshman, sophomore, junior and senior ...

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A student's year in high school or college is denoted by their status as a freshman (grade 9), sophomore (grade 10), junior (grade 11) or senior (grade 12).

New For the Glossary: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior - Blogs

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Apr 1, 2011 ... New For the Glossary: Freshman, Sophomore, Junior, Senior ... grade is freshman year, 10<sup>th</sup> grade sophomore year, 11<sup>th</sup> grade junior year, ...

What Is the Origin of Freshman, Sophomore, Junior and Senior?

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Apr 25, 2014 ... Ian K. asks: Why are students called freshmen, sophomores, juniors, and seniors ? ... year students are juniors, and the most experienced are seniors. ... Traditionally Given Apples · Why There Is No E in the A-F Grading Scale.