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prelim

A shortening of "preliminary," referring to some event that precedes and often determines something else. Usually used in the plural ("prelims"). I can't believe last year's champions were eliminated in the prelims this year. These prelims will determine the entire course of your collegiate career.

prelims

n. preliminary examinations. (Collegiate.) What do you have to do to get the degree after you pass your prelims?
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PendulumEdu has launched a free mock test for IBPS PO Prelims. The mock test will be live soon, and students applying for IBPS PO should not waste time and attempt the free mock test of IBPS PO Prelims by PendulumEdu to check their preparedness.
He ran a really good prelim race -- a tenth of a second off his school record, which put him in a really good spot.
Dates For Your Diary S5/6 Prelims - commencing February 4 until February 15.
"Some would argue this is a good time to express concerns as it may help to focus minds on the prelims. Others would argue they should be issued as early as possible.
The students who are not the part of Prelims Special batch can also enrol for Prelims Test series by paying the fee for Test Series, but it will be free for in-house students or the students enrol for Chanakya IAS Academy's Prelims Special batch.
Men's 400 (final): Heavy favorite LaShawn Merritt hasn't been pushed in the prelims, and Tony McQuay had the fastest semifinal time and has looked very good.
I didn't try to run that fast in prelims." He explained a championship mindset --how a contestant needed to understand one couldn't win everything.
Kerryanne added: "He did struggle to make school at times and, even after having an operation and being given a letter to excuse him from his prelims, he made every single exam and came out with fantastic grades."
While she's used to taking on such huge schedules, and even bigger, in two day World Cup meets, the World Championships will require a much bigger effort output in prelims to advance with deeper fields.
Who: Tate & Lyle Why: With prelims to the end of March out today, the business has been considered as lacking short-term growth prospects.
Support staff say parental anxiety reached 'epidemic' levels as pupils in Scottish schools sat their prelims for Standard and Higher exams last week.
Then, some time after prelims, the program head can invite students to participate in a community college seminar that includes some teaching strategies and a bunch of practical discussions with local community college faculty and administrators about students, toads, nonteaching responsibilities, unions, jargon, faculty support, and so on.
``We believe that holding the prelims within the Maes is of advantage not only to competitors, but also to the instructors, adjudicators, accompanists and eisteddfodwyr generally.'' states thereview, noting the success of using the Pagoda for such purpose and also a new and enlarged studio building.
They will instead take part in the prelims, which begins July 20th, from the NODWIN office in Delhi.
New Delhi, India, November 01, 2018 --(PR.com)-- Chanakya IAS Academy, a premium institute in coaching for Civil Services Examination, announced their Prelims Test Series for CSE 2019.
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