To complete a first university degree successfully
Example: I graduated from the University of Salford in 2009
My graduation ceremony was in 2009

2. Curriculum:
The group of subjects studied in a school, college, etc
Example: School must ensure they have an excellent curriculum

3. Qualification:
An official record showing that you have finished a training course or have the necessary skills, etc
Example: Good qualification are really important if you want to get a well-paid job
I am qualified to teach English

4. Coursework:
Regular work done by students as part of a course, but assessed independently of formal exams
Example: The coursework on my degree was really difficult

When male and female students are taught together in the same school or college rather than separately
Example: Co-educational schools prepare students for their future better than single-sex schools

6. Cheat:
To behave in a dishonest way in order to get what you want
Example: Cheating on exams is not recommended

7. Literacy:
The ability to read and write
Example: Literacy rates have declined considerably in Western countries over the last decade. However, most children are literate

8. Illiterate:
Unable to read and write
Example: Many children in the poorest countries are illiterate

9. Primary (elementary) Education:
First years of formal education from around age 5 to 11
Example: A good primary education is crucial for a child’s development.

10. Secondary Education:
Education during the time as a teenager
Example: I loved it at my secondary school as I had so many friends

11. Higher (tertiary) Education:
Non-compulsory education after finishing school, such as university, as well as vocational education and training at colleges
Example: 60% of children now go into higher education after they finish school

12. Concentrate:
To direct your attention or your efforts towards a particular activity, subject or problem
Example: It is difficult to concentrate on my work if there is a lot of noise.
I keep losing concentration due to the noise.

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