STUDENT - NOUNS

NOUNS
.1 student
student
pupil
scholar
learner
studier
educatee
trainee
eleve [Fr]

inquirer

self-taught person
autodidact

auditor

monitor
prefect
praepostor [Brit]

log or -logue
.2 disciple (learner of a doctrine), (admirer or worshiper of teacher)
disciple
follower
apostle

convert
proselyte
.3 self-taught person
self-taught man
autodidact
.4 school child
school child
school kid [informal]

schoolboy
school lad

schoolgirl

preschool child
preschooler
nursery school child
infant [Brit]

kindergartner
grade schooler
primary schooler
intermediate schooler

secondary schooler
prep schooler
preppie [informal]
high schooler

schoolmate
schoolfellow
fellow student
classmate
.5 college student
college student
collegian
collegiate
varsity student [Brit informal]
college boy or girl

co-ed [informal]

seminarian
scminarist

bahur [Heb]
yeshiva bocher [Yid]
.6 undergraduate
undergraduate
undergrad [informal]
cadet
midshipman

underclassman
freshman
freshie [informal]
plebe
sophomore
soph [informal]

upperclassman
junior
senior
.7 [Brit terms]
commoner
pensioner
sizar
servitor [archaic]
exhibitioner
fellow commoner

sophister
questionist [both archaic]

wrangler
optime

passman
.8 graduate
graduate
grad [informal]

alumnus
alumni [p]
alumna [fem]
alumnae [fem pl]

graduate student
master's degree candidate
doctoral candidate

postgraduate
postgrad [informal]

degrees

college graduate
college man
educated man
educated class

meritocracy
.9 beginner, novice, apprentice
novice
novitiate
tyro
abecedarian
alphabetarian
beginner
entrant
neophyte
tenderfoot or greenhorn [both informal]
freshman
fledgling

catechumen
initiate
debutant

new boy
newcomer

ignoramus

recruit
raw recruit
inductee
rookie [informal]
boot

probationer
probationist
postulant

apprentice
articled clerk
.10 overacheiving or underacheiving student
grind or greasy grind [both informal]
swotter or mugger [both Brit informal]

bookworm
overachiever

failing student
flunkee [informal]
underachiever
.11 class (group of students studying together (often same subject matter))
class
form [Brit]
grade

track