Admission can pertain to:
1. Admitting, being admitted;

2. A statement admitting somethings, a confession, an admission of guilt;
3. Acknowledgement of a fact, granting of an argument;
4. A fee paid to enter a place.

In the industrial and business context, "admission" refers to the process of allowing entry or access to a facility, event, or program. This can involve various procedures, such as ticketing, credentialing, or screening for safety or security purposes. Here are some examples of admission processes in different industries:

  1. Theme Parks: Guests at theme parks typically go through an admission process that involves purchasing tickets or passes, scanning them at the entrance gate, and undergoing a bag check or metal detector screening for safety.

  2. Museums: Visitors to museums often purchase tickets or reserve timed entry slots in advance, and then show their confirmation at the admission desk to gain entry. Some museums may also require additional screening or identification for special exhibits or events.

  3. Sports Events: Fans attending sporting events may purchase tickets in advance or at the venue box office, and then show them to security personnel at the gate to gain entry. Some events may also require additional screening, such as metal detectors or bag checks.

  4. Universities: Students applying for admission to universities must submit an application, including academic transcripts, test scores, and other supporting materials. The university then reviews the application and makes a decision on whether to admit the student.

  5. Hospitals: Patients seeking admission to a hospital may go through an admission process that involves registration, providing personal and medical information, and signing consent forms.

In addition to the examples above, admission processes can also be found in industries such as travel, entertainment, and hospitality. Effective admission procedures can help ensure safety, security, and compliance with regulations, while also providing a positive experience for customers or visitors.

Ref: 120805/2006-09-19

Admission an acknowledgment of the truth of something

Ref: 86296/2006-09-13

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