Some articles on satisfactory:
... B- 2.67-2.99 75-79 Good C+ 2.33-2.66 70-74 Satisfactory C 2.0-2.32 65-69 Satisfactory C- 1.67-1.99 60-64 Satisfactory D+ 1.33-1.66 55-59 Satisfactory D 1.0-1.32 50-54 Satisfactory ...
... The six original specific aims were Satisfactory legislation on child assault Satisfactory legislation for the widowed mother Satisfactory legislation for the unmarried mother and her child Equal rights of ...
... "This is an improving school which provides a satisfactory quality of education ... Pupils’ overall achievement is satisfactory ... Teaching and learning are satisfactory ...
... It received an "exceptional" testing participation rating, a "satisfactory" academic achievement rating, a "declined" rating for improvement assessments, attendance, and dropout, and a "low" rating for ... The Oregon Department of Education's annual report card for 2008 rated the school as "satisfactory" for student performance, "low" for student behavior, "declined" for improvement rating, and "satisfacto ...
... the School's own self-evaluation that the School is providing 'a satisfactory standard of education' and that 'many elements are good' ... An OFSTED inspection has recently took place, the school received a 'satisfactory' in most areas, pupil's behavior being one of the best, rated as 'good', while ... In 2011 the school got satisfactory (3), many of the student categories earning good, (2) ...
More definitions of "satisfactory":
- (adj): Meeting requirements.
Example: "The step makes a satisfactory seat"
Famous quotes containing the word satisfactory:
“It has been my fate in a long life of production to be credited chiefly with the equivocal virtue of industry, a quality so excellent in morals, so little satisfactory in art.”
—Margaret Oliphant (18281897)
“Philosophically, incest asks a fundamental question of our shifting mores: not simply what is normal and what is deviant, but whether such a thing as deviance exists at all in human relationships if they seem satisfactory to those who share them.”
—Elizabeth Janeway (b. 1913)
“Doubt is an uneasy and dissatisfied state from which we struggle to free ourselves and pass into the state of belief; while the latter is a calm and satisfactory state which we do not wish to avoid, or to change to a belief in anything else.”
—Charles Sanders Peirce (18391914)