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  • n. Plural form of semester.

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Examples

  • According to notice issued by BPUT "Any student getting lower than 4.5 SGPA (Semester Grade Point Average) in 3 consecutive (1st, 2nd and 3rd) semesters is declared ‘Not Fit for Technical education’ (NFT) and has to quit BPUT at the second year". posted by Neel @ 1: 18 PM

    BPUT postpones Semester Exams indefinitely

  • The university decided the majority of its students would thrive in short semesters that may be completed online or by mail.

    DesMoinesRegister.com - NEWS

  • & when the typical term of 10 weeks - or two 15 week "semesters" - is factored in, it's clear that many do remarkably little during three years - simple truth is, most such degree courses could be done in 2 years.

    Army Rumour Service

  • The new "semesters" for the writing workshops start soon: a mini semester from mid November for the Tuesday group; a mini-mini the first week of December for the Thursday group.

    November 9, 2004

  • At its five main locations, Arts for All offers a wide variety of lessons in "semesters" lasting 14 weeks (the current winter semester began Jan. 11 and will end April 17).

    Omaha World-Herald > Frontpage

  • State figures show that 635 students who transferred last year had less than a C+ average after at least two semesters, meaning future students with similar grades would either have to stay at a community college longer or boost their grades in order to get into a university.

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  • During Thanksgiving this year, for example, the two kids who could come home (the first in family history, to my recollection, where not everyone was home) spent some of their time doing homework because their semesters are coming to an end.

    Musing Mondays: Holiday reading « A Progressive on the Prairie

  • Two semesters of organic chemistry later, I decided that medicine is best left to those that don't mix up alkyl halide reactions.

    Lesley Ryder: After Hamilton, Chasing a Dream

  • As the semesters continued, I found myself going to Mrs. Cunningham's office for just about anything relating to class.

    Peak Johnson: Reflections Of a CCP Grad, Part 2

  • The University's Judicial Committee found insufficient evidence to punish one of the athletes, but found M guilty not of "sexual assault" but of "using abusive language," and suspended him for two semesters.

    Bennett L. Gershman: Campus "Justice" Shows a Culture of Complacency

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