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    cram for

    Can I say that the college is cramming students for the summer exams?

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    Re: cram for

    No. You would say: The college students are cramming for their summer exams.

    (In AmE, when discussing studying, "cramming" is trying to learn large amounts of information in a limited amount of time.)

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