nonselective


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nonselective

(ˌnɒnsɪˈlɛktɪv)
adj
(Education) (of a school, education system, etc) admitting all pupils regardless of ability; inclusive
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In the last recruitment year, 58 per cent of successful officers were from a nonselective state school - challenging the perception that Sandhurst is a public/ private school educated boys club.
Last month the school received a letter from Minister of State for Schools David Laws confirming it was in the top 90 nonselective secondary schools in England.
Even high ability students who attend nonselective institutions for their bachelor's degrees are, on average, unable to overcome their initial placement by moving up to an elite graduate or professional school for an advanced degree," said Joni Hersch, the Vanderbilt law and economics professor who authored the study.
Patients also faced excess risks of upper Cl bleeding when they took corticosteroids, aldosterone antagonists, or anticoagulants together with low-dose aspirin or nonselective NSAIDs, although the effect was not seen for COX-2 inhibitors, said Dr.
2009) found selective effects of MDMA, but only nonselective effects of MPD and MA using a RAP procedure in rats.
Blue Coat School, an academy specialising in music, has won its award for having GCSE results in the top 20 per cent of nonselective schools nationally.
St Clare's School is a co-educational, nonselective independent school for children aged 21/2 - 18 years.
The congressmen want the inspector general to probe deeply into the culture of the agency, which has been accused of abuses including animal cruelty, as well as the accidental killings of non-target animals ranging from endangered species to pet dogs killed needlessly because of the agency's outrageously nonselective control methods.
Currently available cholinesterase inhibitors "are nonselective and suffer from serious dose-limiting side effects," said Dr.
Less than 10% of the poorest high school students will obtain a bachelor's degree and the majority will apply and attend nonselective colleges that limit their future earning potential.
On the other hand, maintained, nonselective, 'bog-standard' schools are strongly and unambiguously linked to both lower segregation and a further decline in segregation of all types over time.
This is despite the fact that selective institutions typically cost them less, owing to generous financial aid, than the two-year and nonselective four-year institutions to which they actually apply.