an informal gathering of people who convene regularly to exchange ideas and information on a specific subject.
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How to use study group in a sentence
Nearing the end of his first week of classes, Smith said he’s been eager to tackle assignments, join study groups, and embrace the lifestyle of both a college student, and one who attends an HBCU.Putting, practice and English homework: J.R. Smith begins life as a college golfer and student | Glynn A. Hill | August 24, 2021 | Washington Post
With a unique nationally coordinated system for vaccinating people, and a tight connection between who gets the shots and their health records, the country is a scientist’s ideal study group.COVID-19 Vaccines Work. Here’s the Real-World Proof | Alice Park | February 24, 2021 | Time
Which means approximately 20 percent of the study group overlaps and shares indistinguishably similar facial features—and isnt’t being served by this categorization.Can We Please Stop Calling Them “Asian Fit” Goggles? | Benny Chen | February 22, 2021 | Outside Online
Correction: An earlier version of this article called the Republican Study Committee the Republican study group.How Republican Candidates Have Made Life Easier for Democratic Senators | Eleanor Clift | May 27, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
“This could be like Scrubs, season 9,” Abed says when the study group gets back together again.‘Community’ Review: ‘Repilot’ Is Both an Epic Failure and a Major Success | Kevin Fallon | January 3, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
Fans will take part in a study group for the panel and QA session and see spoilers from its fifth season.
Chang enrolls as a student at Greendale and joins the study group, though he may be mentally unstable.
How much easier and safer it is to know about God and His love, and to confine this meaning to the sanctuary and the study group!Herein is Love | Reuel L. Howe
The experiences that this study group collectively had in Vietnam makes this concern very strongly held.Shock and Awe | Harlan K. Ullman