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access course

noun [C] uk   us  
in the UK, a set of classes that people take so they can get a qualification that can be used to get into university or college: She didn't have any formal qualifications but took an access course to get into university.
Translations of “access course”
in Chinese (Traditional) 高考資格補習班…
in Chinese (Simplified) 高校入学补习课程…
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