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sophomore

Chiefly US and Canadian a second-year student at a secondary (high) school or college
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"The juniors and sophomores will step up, however," Belton said.
Recently, the school announced the addition of the new Sophomore Entry Program that allows students early admission alongside beneficial opportunities for mentorship, shadowing pharmacists, involvement in professional organizations, networking, and much more.
Second, some sophomores do not want to think about career development, do not know they need to be thinking about it, or they have foreclosed on further exploration due to ignorance, apathy, or resignation (Mareia, 1966).
Springfield 13, Clark 7: Sophomores Nick Johnson and Darius Jagminas each tallied twice to lead the host Cougars (7-7, 2-4 NEWMAC) in a loss to the Pride (8-7, 5-1).
Both players are third-year sophomores, with Clark in his third season at Lane and Smith a transfer from New York.
Atlanta, GA, June 08, 2010 --(PR.com)-- Following a successful season of eight original episodes and the award for 'Best Show' at the GSTV Awards, the college comedy series Sophomores is officially returning for a second season on GSTV and People TV in the winter.
"The sophomore slump often goes unrecognized on our campuses," says the report, "Taking Sophomores From Slump to Success."
A comparison of the results of senior year Turkish students with undergraduate students made up of sophomores, juniors, and seniors at the University of Mississippi, may be found in Figure 1, and a comparison of two classes, one of freshmen and the other of sophomores at Dokuz Eylul University with a first year graduate class of students at the University of Mississippi, may be found in Figure 2.
Researchers have suggested that, although they have not received much attention in the research literature, college sophomores may face academic difficulties.
The district sought to get computers into the hands of all its sophomores and juniors, so it created a program to offer laptops at a discount to families.
For example, we might discover that many of our sophomores have little or no trigger movement.