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I'm a .NET/SQL developer in Oregon. I've had a computer since I was five, so I still remember a lot of awful features that other people my age never experienced.


Nov
21
comment What word best represents “academic status”?
@Mitch, I edited the title as Monica's answer works both ways. Do you think the question need further editing or clarification?
Nov
21
revised What word best represents “academic status”?
Edited title
Nov
21
comment What word best represents “academic status”?
@Gnawme, we have technical terms for each deficiency level, but nothing that succinctly describes all deficiency levels as a whole. I think Monica's answer below is as close as I'll get.
Nov
21
awarded  Scholar
Nov
21
accepted What word best represents “academic status”?
Nov
21
comment What word best represents “academic status”?
Hmm...readiness is really close -- part of this process includes dismissing students from college for a period of time, but I think that readiness accurately describes that from a certain standpoint anyway. I'll propose that term to the rest of the team and see what they think.
Nov
21
awarded  Editor
Nov
21
comment What word best represents “academic status”?
@Gnawme It's more specific than that. Students fail classes, but we're talking about a college-level process -- "I failed college" or "This student failed college" isn't a phrase I would use in a formal process.
Nov
21
revised What word best represents “academic status”?
Clarified status context
Nov
21
comment What word best represents “academic status”?
@z7sgѪ is correct, but I should've specified this -- I'll edit the question here. I'm specifically talking about overall academic status, not a lack of progress within a single class.
Nov
21
awarded  Student
Nov
21
asked What word best represents “academic status”?
Oct
20
awarded  Autobiographer
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awarded  Supporter
Oct
8
awarded  Teacher
Oct
8
answered If ‘pronunciation’ pairs with ‘sound’, which word should ‘spelling’ pair with?
Oct
8
comment Would or Could, in a list of questions, is the first verb always the correct choice?
@Bruno, I see your point. However, I can't help but feel that the original question, if your interpretation is correct, does not communicate that in a clear manner.
Oct
8
comment Would or Could, in a list of questions, is the first verb always the correct choice?
@Shreevatsar, you're right -- I confused myself by thinking in terms of "You infer motive by using would"
Oct
7
answered Would or Could, in a list of questions, is the first verb always the correct choice?