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Synonyms for proficient

Synonyms for proficient

having or demonstrating a high degree of knowledge or skill

a person with a high degree of knowledge or skill in a particular field

Synonyms for proficient

having or showing knowledge and skill and aptitude

of or relating to technique or proficiency in a practical skill

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So long as the assault on his faith was distant and feeble, Middleton, who was no great proficient in polemics, submitted to its effects with the patience and humility of a martyr; but the moment the good father, who felt such concern in his future happiness, was tempted to improve his vantage ground by calling in the aid of some of the peculiar subtilties of his own creed, the young man was too good a soldier not to make head against the hot attack.
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Portion of American fourth graders who scored proficient or better in math
Schneider Electric, a global specialist in energy management, is unveiling the PROficient experience for consulting engineers, a digital suite of solutions made for and by engineers.
WEST BOYLSTON - Superintendent of Schools Elizabeth Schaper received a better than proficient overall evaluation from the School Committee last week.
Proficient math students tend to enroll in four-year colleges; however, two thirds of math proficient students who do enroll in four-year colleges are not interested in STEM field majors.
Washington, Sep 22 (ANI): Naturally occurring hormone oxytocin-the so-called cuddle chemical-selectively improves social cognitive abilities for less socially proficient individuals, but has little effect on those who are more socially proficient, according to researchers at Mount Sinai School of Medicine.
For each competence that is identified, what level of expertise (novice, beginner, proficient, or advanced) should be demonstrated by a teacher of students with visual impairments on completion of a training program?
Twenty-four percent of eighth-graders were proficient in 2007, compared with 19 percent in 2003 and 22 percent in 2005.
Indeed, 60% of students scored proficient or above in fourth-grade reading in 2007 (a gain of nine percentage points from 2003), and 51% were proficient or above in eighth-grade reading (a gain of eight percentage points from 2003).
NCLB requires a form of affirmative action where states must show that minority and poor students are proficient.
4 percent of students at elementary and middle schools must test as proficient in English, and 26.
women who are not proficient in English may miss out on important health screening, according to findings from a multisite study of women making the transition to menopause.
Opening a secure data center and physical presence in the United Kingdom reinforces our commitment to expand globally in order to provide our European client-base with in-area infrastructure compliant with the European Union's data and security legislation, local professional services and local technical support," said Gregg Freishtat, CEO, Proficient Systems, Inc.
says, "Recently, since 9-11, the issue of being multilingual and proficient in other languages has gained visibility and focus.