- n.（官阶、质量）等级( grade的名词复数 ); <美> 年级; <尤美> （考试或作业的）分数; <尤美> （学生受测试的）技巧水平（尤指音乐方面）;
- v.（官阶、质量）等级( grade的第三人称单数 ); <美> 年级; <尤美> （考试或作业的）分数; <尤美> （学生受测试的）技巧水平（尤指音乐方面）;
There was a lot of pressure on you to obtain good grades.
Staff turnover is particularly high among junior grades.
Are you in high school or are you still in the grades?
Are good grades a stepping - stone to college?
好的成绩是上大学的踏脚石 吗 ?
The milk is sold in grades.
Milk is sold in grades.
He always got high grades in school.
On the strength of those grades, he won a scholarship to Syracuse University.
Being very good at science subjects, I stood a good chance of gaining high grades.
There is no doubt that grades have improved and interest in education has revived.
You mean the rank of associate professor is divided into grades? "
副教授里还分等 么 ? ”
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The scarp has slopes with grades greater than 60 degrees.
She always had good grades in all subjects.
Of these two primary grades all other grades were varieties.
Paley lost face when people found out he got low grades.
Where they will keep the same four core subject teachers for two years, before moving on to another for 11th and 12th grades.
If a class is graded on a curve, cheating hurts others' grades.
Your course load is set, your grades are set, your test scores are set.
Still, at the most selective schools, where thousands of candidates may submit identically high grades and test scores, a marginal item like the essay may serve as a tie-breaker between two equally qualified candidates
According to a recent survey, most public colleges and universities consider an applicant's grades highly important.
Some critics blame affirmative action – students admitted with lower test scores and grades from shaky high schools often struggle at elite schools.
A teacher deserves wide latitude in selecting the method of grading that best promotes learning in her classroom; that is, after all, the prime function of grades.
What's more, grades are not only an educational device but are also part of a screening system to help assign kids to their next class or program
By capping her grades at 94 while most other teachers grade on a scale that tops out at 100, your teacher could jeopardize a student's chance of getting a scholarship or getting into a top college.
In a study analyzing data on thousands of Ohio State freshmen who lived in dorms, he found that black freshmen who came to college with high standardized test scores earned better grades if they had a white roommate — even if the roommate's test scores were low.
The roommate's race had no effect on the grades of white students or low-scoring black students
In graph 1, we see that the x-axis shows grades that students earned, and the y-axis shows bow many students earned each grade.
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One study in America found that students' grades improved a little after the school introduced uniforms.
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Parents who help their children with homework may actually be bringing down their school grades.
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She had good grades and could read above grade level, but she did not like to read.
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She isn't allowed to tell students their grades.
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Try your best for excellence in school; listen to the teachers, do your homework, study, and get good grades.
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