preregistration

pre·reg·is·tra·tion

 (prē′rĕj-ĭ-strā′shən)
n.
An early registration, as for returning college students, that takes place before general registration.

preregistration

(ˌpriːrɛdʒɪˈstreɪʃən)
n
the action of registering in advance
adj
relating to the period before registering
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OTC: PPPI), announced today, that the Company hasbegun the preregistration for Registered Pet(TM) (www.
Divisions and preregistration fees: Adult (18-plus) $30; Masters (40-plus) $30; Seniors (60-plus) $10; High School, Middle School, and Elementary School $15.
College Scholarships Workshop - Preregistration is being accepted for Lane Community College's 16th annual scholarship workshops in conjunction with the state's ninth annual College Goal Oregon; event will be from 8:30 a.
Our VBS director is causing a big stir pushing her doctrine of preregistration.
Dr Wasim Baqir, pharmacy preregistration manager at Northumbria Healthcare, said: "Working in a hospital pharmacy is an extremely rewarding career and here at Northumbria Healthcare there are excellent opportunities for staff development.
While announcing that the service coverage will be limited due to problems with local municipalities regarding installation of antennas, the Spanish company opened preregistration for clients.
The event is free to attend and no preregistration is necessary.
College Vice President for Learning Dee Ludwig says enrollment has grown for four straight years, and preregistration this summer is up from last year.
It is possible to register on the day but preregistration packs are available by calling 01689 856747 or 01248 422337.
Dr Wasim Baqir, preregistration manager at the trust, said: "The event will give young people an insight into the various careers which are available in pharmacy.
Half of that time was spent at the typing office to fill the preregistration form as people could not access the Authority's website to print the form in advance.
The show, which requires online preregistration for its visitors, has revealed that the 2008 investor has around 20 per cent more available funds to spend, compared to investors at the 2007 event.