ninth grade

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ninth grade

n
(Education) (in the US)the ninth year of school, usually the first year of high school
ˌninth-ˈgrader n
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She got a really good score of 71 out of 80 on one of the papers and over the three exams did enough for a grade nine.
However, the development of single national curriculum and textbooks for grade nine to ten (9-10) by December 2021 and grade 11 to 12 would be finalized by December 2022, the document said.
Ibrahim Alalusi was also delighted as he got a Grade nine in maths and all three sciences, as well as a grade eight in German.
A spokesperson for the Punjab Curriculum and Textbook Board (PCTB) has clarified that no alteration has been made to Khatm-e-Nabuwat in the Pakistan Studies textbook for grade nine published by the PCTB.
Mohammad Saqib, Ahmad Naveed and Mohammad Mubashir Khan, students of grade nine of the same school, secured 493, 484 and 459 marks, respectively.
He revealed that the government had, unanimously, agreed that there will be a national examination at Grade Nine and Grade 12, refuting claims of a Grade Six assessment.
Lapu-Lapu City Police Director Senior SuperintendentLemuel Obon said they already identified the suspects in the slay of the Grade Nine student, but refused to divulge the identities of the perpetrators who remain at large.
The girl, a grade nine student, was reported missing the night before.
Beep is intended to give the grade seven to nine dropouts a chance to complete an equivalent of a grade nine education which will then enable them to enrol in the Ministry of Labour and Vocational Training's (MLVT's) Technical and Vocational Education and Training programme (Tvet).
There was once a student named Rosy who was studying in a reputed school in grade nine.
On January 6, 2014, 15-year-old Hasan, a student of grade nine, became a national hero after he saved hundreds of lives as a suicide bomber blew himself up in front of the gate of his school.
On January 6, 2014, 15- year-old Hasan, a student of grade nine, became a national hero after he saved hundreds of lives as a suicide bomber blew himself up in front of the gate of his school.