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Word: matriculate

Definition: enroll (in college or graduate school); CF. matrix


Sentences Containing 'matriculate'

Due to the strong academic preparation of the school, the percentage of Germantown Friends graduates who matriculate at Penn remains about 10-20%.
EABJM graduates matriculate to a very high academic standard, with a 100% pass rate for the French Baccalauréat in most years.
Graduates of The Urban School matriculate to a number of various colleges and universities.
He was educated by a private tutor at Oxford, members of non-conformist religious groups being ineligible to matriculate in his day at the English universities.
She had accumulated 63 transferable credits from her high school studies, and was able to matriculate rapidly at the University of Miami in Miami, Florida.

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