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Education: Advanced vocabulary
Terms in this set (42)
a borderline candidate
a person who has equal chances of passing or failing an exam.
official document sb receives on completing course of study or training.
to cheat in an exam
to use dishonest methods.
to come top of your class
to be the best in your class.
a series of lessons in a particular subject
the qualification you receive when you have finished studying a course at university.
qualification awarded to student by college, or by high school in USA.
to drop out of university
to leave university before finishing your degree.
something designed to be both educational and entertaining.
to excel at
to be very good at
to be expelled from school
to be dismissed from school permanently because
you have done something very bad.
a gifted student
a student with natural ability to do sth well.
a mark received by students in examination or for written work, usually
in form of a letter.
a person who has received a degree from a university.
to graduate from university
to leave university, having finished your degree course
and having got your qualifications.
to lecture in
to teach a particular subject at university.
point given for correct answer or for doing well in examination.
a mock exam
a practice exam usually taken a short time before a real and important
to pass an exam with flying colours
do very well in an exam and get very good marks.
to play truant
to miss school without permission.
somebody who is studying for an advanced degree
to do advanced studies in a particular subject.
to study for an exam.
a lenient teacher
a teacher who is strict and does not punish students
who deserve to be punished.
to sail through an exam
to pass an exam very easily and with a good mark.
to sit (for) and exam
to take an exam.
sb who is studying for their first degree at university.
to win a scholarship
to be given money to help pay for the education you
someone who cannot help cheating
a teacher responsible for the out-of-class activities, academic progress, etc of students
an inflated opinion of something
an extremely high opinion of something
people behave in a morally respectful way
to force someone officially to leave the house they are living in or a piece of land they are occupying, because they have broken a law or contract
to reach the end of time for which it is valid or during which it is allowed to exist
to get rid of something that you don not need any more
to throw violently
not genuine, wrong
not original, copied
a child prodigy
an extremely talented child
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