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jakimboor
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could you guys tell me the difference between freshman, sophomore, junior and senior college study? i don't really know this because in my country these categories are not used. thanks
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Well, freshman, sophomore, junior, and senior, is just first, second, third, and fourth year. Generally, your first year (and sometimes second) are just focused on general ed. requirements. In your junior and senior years, you get in to classes that are required for your major.
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