preuniversity

preuniversity

(ˌpriːjuːnɪˈvɜːsətɪ)
adj
(Education) of the period before attending university
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Tenders are invited for DETAILED PROJECT REPORT FOR THE PROPOSED CONSTRUCTION OF GOVERNMENT POSTMETRIC PROFESSIONAL AND PREUNIVERSITY BOYS HOSTEL (SC) AT KOLAR TOWN, KOLAR TQ AND DIST.
The specific purpose of the study was to examine the relationships between students' gender, family background, preuniversity achievement and academic, social, personal-emotional and institutional adjustment to university.
In the selected college, information was collected regarding the number of sections in 1st and 2nd year of Preuniversity, and 1st and 2nd year of degree, and also information was collected as to how many of these classes belonged to Arts and Science.
Lingering in my own past full of sweet memories of the preuniversity time period, I all of a sudden found myself traveling to another memory that hardly had any direct connection to my own personal life.
And then yesterday, the Labour Party confirmed plans to reverse the Conservative Government's abolition of student grants and bring back Educational Maintenance Allowances - the modest grants paid to preuniversity students aged 16 to 18 - if it wins power at the next General Election.
There were significant differences in mean BMI and mean WC between the subjects who had secondary or less education and those with preuniversity and matriculation and diploma education.
1%, were preuniversity students, in secondary education (N = 659, 19.
The interviewer probed further, asking whether preuniversity EAP courses could prepare them for situations like these.
20) The second is related to an institutional feature in Singapore where preuniversity education is offered mainly at a junior college or a polytechnic.
Knowledge and attitudes of Yasuj preuniversity students in 2005 about AIDS.