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  • n  admission to a group (especially a college or university)

  • With May matriculation deadlines fast approaching, does putting down a deposit mean you're out of luck if your finances are still in flux? Not necessarily.
  • A curious case faced the four members of the King's College matriculation board of Britain's University of Durham.
  • When the school cars arrive, children come out of the bush afoot, by canoe and on rail handcars, study in classes from first grade to junior matriculation (twelfth grade).

  • Tzipi Livni in Ha'aretz
    There are schools in Israel that refuse to conduct national matriculation exams because they refuse to recognize the state of Israel as the body testing their students,Livni said during a Kadima conference at the Knesset. "I will be the...
  • Michael Melchior in Jerusalem Post
    The mental strain on me was incredible and I just couldn't deal with it at such a young age. Youths my age have to deal with matriculation tests while I had to think how to deal with the hubbub. There were tremendous and frightening pressures that... Ben Sahar Ha'aretz Feb 12, 2008 61950 82632 matriculation There is a large decline in the number of immigrant pupils passing their matriculation exams," said Michael Melchior, chairman of the Education, Culture and Sport Committee, who called on the Education and Immigrant Absorption Ministries to...

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