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Groups and divisions in aScTimetables
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In the aSc Timetables there is a concept of "groups" and "divisions" for organizing students in the classroom. In short, the "group" is a selected part of students in classroom who have a common lesson. For example:
- Boys
- Girls
- Group 1
- Group 2
- English beginners
- Catholic religion

"Division" is a set of groups that together form an entire class. For example:
- Boys / Girls
- Catholic Religion / Ethical Education
- English Beginners / Advanced English / German

As a rule, each student in a class belongs to one group in each division. For example:
Jozef Green - Groups: Boys, Ethical Education, English Beginners.

This system of groups and divisions is important in order to get a clear overview of which students are attending which lessons.


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