bacc

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See also: B.Acc.

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Noun[edit]

bacc (plural baccs)

  1. Short for baccalaureate.
    • 2004, Malaika Stoll, Best 162 Medical Schools 2005 Edition[1], page 50:
      Other post-bacc programs apply students' course work toward a master's degree. Tina decided not to enter an organized post-bacc program.
    • 2010, Kate Hewitt, The Greek Tycoon's Reluctant Bride[2], page 152:
      I received my Bacc through an online correspondence course.
    • 2013, Carleen Eaton, Getting into Medical School For Dummies[3]:
      This policy puts a bacc-MD student who realizes that she may prefer another medical school that isn't part of the combined program in a tough position: Stick with the school that's the sure thing, knowing that it's not ideal for her, or relinquish her reserved seat to take her chances as an applicant.

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bacc

  1. Alternative form of bak (back)