college level


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Noun1.college level - the level of education that college students are assumed to have attained
tier, grade, level - a relative position or degree of value in a graded group; "lumber of the highest grade"
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Its ability to streamline teaching processes and increase student learning at the college level has been proven time and again, and this book describes the strategies involved in taking small-group learning into larger classrooms.
The project will address the problem of the students of this sector in acquiring college level education and mitigate the financial woes of the parents who have to incur extra expenditure on account of transport fares in respect of their children for sending them to other sectors in connection with prosecution of studies at college level.
One trend: Student housing available on or near campus, allowing students to work on their first two to three years of a college degree at the community college level without living at home.
Outsiders can be read as basic writers, native speakers who do not have the writing skills expected at the college level, and ESL students, non-native speakers who do not have these writing skills.
A normal punt at the college level must travel a minimum distance of 45 yards with 4.
Among those tested in English, 33,720 students, or 22 percent, were classified as ready to take English courses at the college level and are exempt from taking the CSU English Placement Test after admission.
When the studio sent him to study at the Harvard Summer Dance Center, Carter realized he wanted to teach at the college level.
Second, it determines the proportion of jobs that are college level.
The fully accredited program offered by UMOHS, coupled with the unique IMACS courses allows students to go above and beyond traditional classroom lessons and study advanced mathematical concepts and college level content while still in high school.
It's packed with detail and references and is a 'must' for any California library, particularly at the college level.
The achievements and discoveries of individual scientists and the participation of private industries in breakthrough discoveries alike are charted in a survey which is perfect for both business and science libraries at the college level, offering students an excellent opportunity to understand and discuss how technological advancements both affect and are fostered by business pursuits.
By enrolling in adult education or developmental courses students could develop the skills and acquire the credentials required for entry in traditional college level programs.

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