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Definition of "crammer" []

  • A book used for accelerated study in preparation for an exam (noun)
  • A student who is studying hard for an exam (noun)
  • A teacher who is aiding said student. (noun)
  • A school whose speciality is helping students to pass certain exams. (noun) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "crammer" in a sentence
  • "Mixed-nationality students can also attend after-school programs originally designed for low-income families that can't afford "crammer" schools, test-preparation classes seen as essential to getting ahead."
  • "As a result, students are forced to supplement state education with hours of extra classes a week at 'crammer' schools offering courses ranging from English to Science."
  • "Both young men attended the classes of a celebrated "crammer" of that day, H.A. S. Heltberg, who had opened in 1843 a Latin school where elder pupils came for a two-years 'course to prepare them for taking their degree."