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    #1

    for this stage

    Hello,

    When speaking about the level achieved by a person in his/her studies, could we say?:

    She/he has a low level for this stage

    She/he has reached the level required for this stage



    Thank you.

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    #2

    Re: for this stage

    (Not a Teacher)

    She is at a low level for this stage.

    The second sentence is fine.

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