American Grades are on left, English Years are on right.
Preschool - Playgroup Year 1
Pre-Kindergarten - Playgroup Year 2
Kindergarten - Year 1
Grade 1 - Year 2
Grade 2 - Year 3
Grade 3 - Year 4
Grade 4 - Year 5
Grade 5 - Year 6
Grade 6 - Year 7 (Start of High School for English)
Grade 7 - Year 8 (Start of Middle School for Americans)
Grade 8 - Year 9
Grade 9 - Year 10 (Start of High School for Americans)
Grade 10 - Year 11
Grade 11 - Year 12 (Start of College for English.)
Grade 12 - Year 13
University for English (optional)
I hope this helped. :)
Grades are levels, and years are time. Some students skip grades based on their results, while others are held back to repeat grades.
If the school was a public school, go to the main office of the system the school was in. They should be able to get your grades for you or tell you where to go to get them.
Uh a high school graduate completed highschool grades 9-12 and a college graduate has completed all years of college! What kind of question is this? there isn't very much difference between them except a college graduate makes more money a year, and they are more advanced than a high school graduate I'm not really sure what the difference are but well they ain't vewry different. from amber adkins
Education should be treated as a nominal scale because the years spent between two grades are not same for all the grades. i.e. difference between Jr. College and Sr. College isn't same as between graduation and post-graduation.
1st trough 6th grades.
Yes, your transcripts usually include your grades from school years 9 through 12.
i believe there is no difference
The difference between a bachelor degree and a Masters degree in social work is to years of college. The master degree is usually only obtained after six years of school.
It is very important to keep your grades high in High School because your GPA is what colleges look at, and most colleges like students with high grades to enroll in their colleges. It is also important to keep your grades up in Middle School because it gets you ready for Hgh School.
elementary include children in kindergarten , primary include children with 6-7 years old
It usually takes 16 years to complete a full education, including college/university:Primary Education - 6 years (Grades 1 - 6)Secondary Education - 3 years (Grades 7 - 9)High School - 3 yearsCollege/University - 3 - 5 years
The first, second, and (usually fourth) years of school. The third year is junior.