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proficiencies, plural;
  1. A high degree of competence or skill; expertise
    • - he demonstrated his proficiency in Chinese

  1. the quality of having great facility and competence
  2. skillfulness in the command of fundamentals deriving from practice and familiarity; "practice greatly improves proficiency"
  3. (proficient) adept: having or showing knowledge and skill and aptitude; "adept in handicrafts"; "an adept juggler"; "an expert job"; "a good mechanic"; "a practiced marksman"; "a proficient engineer"; "a lesser-known but no less skillful composer"; "the effect was achieved by skillful retouching"
  4. (proficient) technical: of or relating to technique or proficiency in a practical skill; "his technical innovation was his brushwork"; "the technical dazzle of her dancing"
  5. Ability, skill, competence; Knowledge
  6. (proficient) An expert; Good at; skilled; fluent; practiced, especially in relation to a task or skill
  7. (Proficiencies) Required knowledge, skills, or dispositions identified in the state standards.
  8. (Proficient) One of the three NAEP achievement levels, representing solid academic performance for each grade assessed. ...
  9. (Proficient) This level represents solid academic performance for each grade assessed. Students reaching this level have demonstrated competency over challenging subject matter, including subject-matter knowledge, application of such knowledge to real-world situations, and analytical skills ...
  10. (Proficient) To be very good at something because of training and practice, e.g. speaking English.
  11. (Proficient) indicates skills necessary to perform more complex and challenging literacy activities.
  12. (Proficient) means that a person has obtained a high level (reached the optimal or ideal level) of knowledge about a language and is able to use the language like an educated native speaker (an expert).  (p. 2)  There are various levels of proficiency (see ACTFL Guidelines). ...
  13. (proficient) A learner who is proficient in a particular aspect of language can use that aspect of language correctly and appropriately in a specified context.
  14. (proficient) Having or marked by an advanced degree of ability, as in an art, craft, profession or knowledge.
  15. (proficient) able to speak, read and write with both fluency and accuracy
  16. Proficient students demonstrate solid academic performance for the grade tested and are well prepared for the next level of schooling. They can use established reading, writing and mathematics skills and knowledge to solve problems and complete tasks on their own. ...
  17. as an auditor includes the auditor's formal education and subsequent experience. The independent auditor must undergo training adequate in technical scope, including commensurate general education. ...
  18. Proficiency consists of the learner’s knowledge of the target language; it can be considered synonymous with ‘competence’. ‘Proficiency’ can be viewed as linguistic competence or communicative competence. L2 proficiency is usually measured in relation to a native speaker's proficiency.
  19. Ability to perform a specific behavior (e.g., task, learning objective) to the established performance standard in order to demonstrate mastery of the behavior.
  20. (of mental factors and consciousness): pāguññatā (q.v.)
  21. Mastery of skills and knowledge for a specific grade or subject.
  22. refers to testing out of a course by taking one test (must be paid for in advance in Cashiers Office); pass/fail grade; 70% or better is passing; contact the self-paced coordinator to arrange to take the test at 937/328-8087
  23. means the ability to apply knowledge to situations likely to be encountered and to deal with them without extensive recourse to technical research and assistance. (250.01.1)
  24. How proficient the client believes Taylor Made Communications was within the scope of the services delivered.
  25. ability to communicate effectively in both oral and written forms in the cultures where the language is spoken. Proficiency is made up of three components: function, content, and accuracy.