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- adj. Undergraduate.
- n. An undergraduate.
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- n. Short form of undergraduate.
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- n. a university student who has not yet received a first degree
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For med school they did, but not in undergrad classes.
Most of us hit it in undergrad, and the remainder hit it in post-graduate or professional school.
One of my friends from undergrad is now in OTTAWA!
Just because it hasn't been an issue yet for you, doesn't mean it won't be. i had no issues in undergrad or my ph.d. in engineering, and i felt like this post.
Student has quickly realized that lab scripts in undergrad practicals are designed to succeed, and if there is a problem, we can just ask the lab staff who will know the answer.
The point of getting into Harvard as an undergrad is to be able to say you got into Harvard.
I'm sure he hadn't planned on spending half an afternoon in an unscheduled meeting with an undergrad from the English department who had proof-texted himself into a corner, but that is what he did and I'm very grateful for that.
He was not so absolutely unapproachable as Mr. Edwardes, for although you had got to imagine for all you were worth you could think of him as an "undergrad," but when
I can imagine what my Facebook page would have looked like if people carried cameras during my undergrad years.
Whether you're a B-average junior in high school trying to figure out where to apply or a junior in college with nothing in savings, wondering how to finance the second half of your undergrad degree, it'd sure be nice if you sent Bissonnette a muffin basket with all that extra money you'll have.