educational age

educational age

[‚ej·ə′kā·shən·əl ‚āj]
(psychology)
The average achievement of a pupil or student in school subjects based on average performance for a given chronological age as measured by standard educational tests.
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Concerning the education of the immigrants, the CAPMAS revealed that the number of graduates with bachelor's degree (BA) from Egyptians who obtained the approval of immigration and who acquired the status of immigrant abroad reached 171 immigrants, representing 49.7% of the total number of main and accompanied immigrants in educational age cohorts.
Visual presentations were tailored made, catering different educational age groups in schools across Dubai.
The administered questionnaire had a demographic information section including age, sex, academic degree, job title, educational age (time since graduation) as well as a general RP section about wearing lead aprons during examinations, film badges, dose limits for occupational exposure, the ALARA principle, and participation in RP training courses over recent years.
The analysis of the relationship between sex and RP knowledge showed no significant difference between male and female protection knowledge (p = 0.130), as well as educational age (p = 0.860).
Statistical analysis showed no significant difference between RP attitude and sex (p = 0.260), educational age (p = 0.570), practice age (p = 0.830), hospital type (p = 0.820), and geographical region (p = 0.110).
The GEMS school will cover the entire educational age range from KG through to Grade 12.
The GEMS school will cover the entire educational age range from kindergarten through to Grade 12.
Concerning the age distribution of the city population, it has been found that the young population category (less than 15 years old) represents about 29.4% of the total city population, furthermore the basic educational age category (6-less than 15 years old) represents 16% of the total city population.
Lawrence Watts, defending, said: "His educational age is about five years younger than it should be, which to a degree puts these offences into their context.
The "developmental view" of all educational age groups; e.
www.freeserve.net/education/ examrevision is conveniently split into the educational age groups five to seven, eight to 11, 12 to 14, GCSE ages 15 to 16 and A-level ages 16 to 18.
"Joseph can have up to 45 fits each day and we have been told he has the educational age of an 11-month-old boy.

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