FRESHMEN, SOPHOMORE, JUNIOR, SENIOR – What is the difference?

In the United States, the status of a student changes
according to student’s year in high school or college as the following: 

Freshman: a student who is in 9th grade or has just entered
College/ University, 

Sophomores: a student who is in 10th grade or in the second year of
College/ University, 

Juniors: a student who is in 11th grade or in the third year of
College/ University, 

Senior: a student who is in 12th grade or in the fourth year (or
last year) of College/ University. 


When you ask a student, “Which grade are you or Which year
are you in College?”

It is common to hear students to say, “I’m a freshman in High
School; I’m a Sophomore.” I’m a senior” 


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