re-enrol

re-enrol

(ˌriːɪnˈrəʊl)
vb (intr)
to enrol again
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The fingerprint authentication has been optimized and users can re-enrol their fingerprints for improved user experience.
The ministry has also identified the stages of registration, early transfer, documentation and conditions to register for new or transferred students from stage to stage or to re-enrol in public schools for the 2019/2020 academic year.
Osadare said the gesture will help many students who had dropped out of school to re-enrol, as there is hope of free school certificate examination registration under Fayemi's watch.
The letter, seen by Surrey Live, suggests Mr Curtis's placement would be very costly and advises him seek help from adult services and mental health support so that he can re-enrol into mainstream colleges or look into home-based learning.
(EP student) Three students stated plans to withdraw from their current degree and re-enrol in another degree (physiotherapy, occupational therapy and nursing).
I suggest you re-enrol in classes that are geared to train through fun as well as obedience and tricks, maybe even some agility.
* Re-enrol your eligible employees that opt out every three years
"Broadly this means that they have to automatically re-enrol any eligible worker who opted out or ceased pension scheme membership more than 12 months earlier," explains Brian Henderson, a partner and leader in defined contribution and financial wellness at Mercer.
Andrew tried to re-enrol in the Army last April but he was told government budget cuts meant he couldn't be recruited.
Someone needs to help this hero." When Andrew tried to re-enrol in the Army in Coventry in April this year his application was declined because of Government budget cuts to recruitment.
This may point to the preference for language study over other subject areas, since the post-New Courses cohort have decided to re-enrol in second year units of Italian, continuing with their first-year preference, rather than switching to other subjects from different disciplines and faculties.