advisee

[ad-vahy-zee, ad-]
noun Education.
one of a group of students assigned to a faculty adviser for help in selection of a course of studies.

Origin:
1815–25; advise + -ee

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advisee

noun
someone who receives advice 
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Example sentences
My advisee came in to the cafe, sat down awkwardly, and looked at me out of the corners of his eyes.
She is your first advisee now that you are on the tenure track.
Advisors know well the unique needs and characteristics of each advisee.
The authors share how they negotiated the advisor-advisee relationship throughout the dissertation process.
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