Student(in) = postsecondary school (university/college), and Schüler(in) = pre-postsecondary student (before university/college, grade school)
So Student would be for a male student, and Studentin would be for a female one? Or is Student more general?
Yes, "Studentin" is female "Student" is male. Much like "lehrer" and "lehrerin" (and many other things)
"The student scans" Why is this listed as a translation, when did scanning become the same as reading
How can I have a typo when my sentence matches yours,and it was a choice of words that you made for me to select from?
Why is there a university in the sentence? Or is studentin is a university student