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Student

A person working toward an educational qualification, especially but not necessarily a degree. For example, one may be studying for a bachelor's degree in engineering or a professional certification as an electrician. Students often finance their studies with loans and grants. These loans may be treated favorably for tax purposes.
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When one female student last year finalized a discussion by saying aloud, "That's it.
The second requirement is the Intensive Instruction Program for any student who fails the state assessment test, Texas Assessment of Knowledge and Skills, or TAKS.
Significant research suggests that the degree of success a student experiences in their efforts towards achieving self-regulation through individual goal setting is largely influenced by the cognitive processes of motivation and self-efficacy.
The Student Success Skills program is implemented through classroom guidance lessons followed by group counseling for students who need additional support.
Under the school's old system, all of this was up to the student, who would have to go to a student center in person to get his or her records and then use a form to request an advisor meeting.
The problem of time management among students may be responsible for the increasing incidents of student unrest in Nigerian universities.
Since the events in July 1999, and encouraged by periodic bursts of student dissent on Iran's campuses, an influential cast of foreign policy advisers in Washington has grown infatuated by the likelihood of Iranian university students doing Bush's long-desired dirty work--enacting regime change in Tehran.
Even when they're not keeping their borders sealed so tight, college administrators have been adopting harsh measures in response to unapproved student behavior.
Even if the material were on the appropriate level, a student with auditory deficits would have no chance to succeed if the oral directions and instruction were not clear to him.
Fingerings are written by a composer, teacher or editor generally for a passage that presents some unusual pattern or something out of the ordinary, and the written fingering makes it so a student can learn that passage more quickly.
In this article, I suggest that student training is a critical but often overlooked aspect of the mentoring process.

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