ESL, Napredna razina
Real Life: Post-Secondary Education (1)
Robert is in his second year of college studies at the University of Michigan. In the United States, a second-year college student is a called a ..........
A ......... is a title or designation that is awarded by a university or collegiate institute to a student upon completion of a major in a field of study. Typically, this takes about three to five years to complete and each student must take and successfully pass a number of courses specified by the university/college.
While attending university, Joanne realized that there are a lot of specialized expressions and difficult ......... that students must learn in each specific field of study.
Sarah found her professor's ......... to be interesting and thought-provoking. She didn't like getting up that early but decided that class attendance is worthwhile.
At most post-secondary institutions, each class/lecture is allotted a specific number of .......... Each student must obtain a certain number of these in order to graduate.
A bachelor's degree is also called an ......... degree in North America. This type of degree is awarded for completing a number of credits within a major field of study and typically takes three, four or five years to complete.
A bachelor's degree is also known as a ......... degree in North America. This type of degree is awarded for completing a number of credits within a major field of study and typically takes three, four or five years to complete.
Sandra's college is .......... This means that the government partially funds the college each year.
Most students in North America have to pay for their educational costs. This kind of fee is known as student ......... and is paid to post-secondary institutions in order to attend classes and obtain a degree from the institution. This type of fee is typically paid at the beginning of each semester.
When a student pulls an ......... this usually means that the student has stayed up all night, without sleeping, in order to study for an exam or complete an assignment that is due.