stuvac

/ˈstjuvæk/ (say 'styoohvak)

noun Especially NSW
swot vac.
Also, stu-vac. {stu(dy) vac(ation)}

Australian English dictionary. 2014.

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  • Swotvac — Swotvac, or sometimes Stuvac [http://blogs.usyd.edu.au/sydneylife/2006/10/the joys of stuvac 1.html] refers to a period preceding examinations in high schools, higher education institutions and military colleges, chiefly in Commonwealth countries …   Wikipedia

  • Cramming (education) — In education, cramming (also known as mugging or swotting) is the practice of working intensively to absorb large volumes of informational material in short amounts of time. It is often done by students in preparation for upcoming exams. Cramming …   Wikipedia

  • swot vac — /ˈswɒt væk/ (say swot vak) noun (in secondary school and university) the period between the end of classes and the commencement of examinations, in which students are free to study for the examinations. Also, swat vac; Especially NSW, stuvac …   Australian English dictionary

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