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1. This covers matriculation, tuition and one diet of examinations including examination of a postgraduate thesis or dissertation.
2. Other young men of his type passed their matriculation exam at schools for which their parents paid the fees.
3. Matriculation is increasing in many universities in the 1990 s.
4. In the graduate student matriculation that changes fierily increasingly, professional class made the central point that everybody competes stage by stage with communal class.
5. I'll go to college if I pass the Matriculation Exam.
6. It analyzes the application of derivative in the matriculation texts in the last few years.
7. Health matriculation examination, JUPAS will notice the results of admission.
8. Therefore, the newborn matriculation management information and scientific management has very important practical significance.
9. The head decided I should have another go at matriculation.
10. Is attending the language period university to retain student's matriculation authority.
11. Options for schools please refer to the manual of " well - known British university matriculation List. "
12. The intention is to spend a year in which to complete matriculation.
13. To prescribe in the Statutes,[http://sentencedict.com] Academic Ordinances or Academic Regulations the requirements for matriculation.
14. The solving processes to problems of four types on Newton's binomial theorem in the College Matriculation Examination are given.
15. Welcome to Vancouver to study, do not look at the matriculation results.
16. And many linguists and language researchers have made a lot of efforts to explore the rater behaviors in the writing evaluation of the yearly National Matriculation English Test (NMET).
17. But to coordinate the national recreation bouncer team the arrangement, their matriculation date dragging until now.
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