semester

[ UK /səmˈɛstɐ/ ]
[ US /səˈmɛstɝ/ ]
NOUN
  1. one of two divisions of an academic year
  2. half a year; a period of 6 months
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How To Use semester In A Sentence

  • Our first semester is winding down, and all the pcvs are eagerly awaiting IST (In Service Training) in Gansu province at the end of January to meet up again! Sichuan Province: Mianyang « Peace Corps: China
  • Now that I'll be just in front of Carl's office all afternoons for the rest of the semester, I'll be truly unsufferable. Getting By
  • All the hours from 8: 30 to 4: 30 were chock-full of classes for the first time in two semesters.
  • Graduate students, however, may be allowed to enroll the second semester with the approval of the head of their academic department or graduate school.
  • It was the close to the start of my first semester of my senior year at Sequioa High School.
  • There will be no deferments; seniors will be allowed to finish the year, and underclassmen will only be allowed to finish the semester.
  • Or students can enrol in the lockstep program where they take no more than six credit hours per semester and complete the program in five semesters.
  • We must finish all these curricula in this semester.
  • Yet, by the end of the semester, this was the book that most illuminated their understandings of the complex causations behind forest change.
  • The study of small group discussion of patient cases took place in a semester-long 3-credit junior/senior level undergraduate course in clinical immunology and serology with 67 students.
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