Aggregate means the sums expended or to be expended for the provision or performance of any goods or services in connection with the same immediate purpose or task, or the furnishing of similar goods or services, during the same contract year through a contract awarded by a purchasing agent.

Class Percentage With respect to each Class of Subordinate Certificates, for each Distribution Date, the percentage obtained by dividing the Class Principal Amount of such Class immediately prior to such Distribution Date by the sum of the Class Principal Amounts of all Certificates immediately prior to such date.

Equal or “Approved Equal” shall mean equal as determined by DCAS, in its sole discretion.

Plus The federal program that provides loans to graduate students or parents of certain undergraduate students, as authorized by section 428B of the HEA (20 USC 1078-2) and Sections 80 through 175 of the Higher Education Student Assistance Act [110 ILCS 947/80 through 175].

Original Class A Percentage The Class A Percentage as of the Cut-Off Date, as set forth in Section 11.04.

Class A Percentage As to any Distribution Date occurring on or prior to the Cross-Over Date, the lesser of (i) 100% and (ii) the percentage obtained by dividing the Class A Non-PO Principal Balance (determined as of the Determination Date preceding such Distribution Date) by the Pool Balance (Non-PO Portion). As to any Distribution Date occurring subsequent to the Cross-Over Date, 100% or such lesser percentage which will cause the Class A Non-PO Principal Balance to decline to zero following the distribution made on such Distribution Date.

Allocable Percentage means, on any date of determination thereof, a fraction the denominator of which shall be equal to the number of Borrowers who are parties to this Agreement on such date and the numerator of which shall be 1; provided, however, that such percentages shall be modified in the event that contribution from a Borrower is not possible by reason of insolvency, bankruptcy or otherwise by reducing such Borrower’s Allocable Percentage equitably and by adjusting the Allocable Percentage of the other Borrowers proportionately so that the Allocable Percentages of all Borrowers at all times equals 100%.

Purchase Price Percentage The percentage of par (expressed as decimal) set forth in the related Purchase Price and Terms Agreement.

Aggregate Excess Funding Amount of a Defaulting Lender shall be the aggregate amount of (A) all unpaid obligations owing by such Lender to Agent, L/C Issuers, Swing Lender, and other Lenders under the Loan Documents, including such Lender’s pro rata share of all Revolving Loans, Letter of Credit Obligations and Swing Loans, plus, without duplication, (B) all amounts of such Defaulting Lender’s Letter of Credit Obligations and reimbursement obligations with respect to Swing Loans reallocated to other Lenders pursuant to Section 2.11(e)(ii).

Class A Loss Percentage As to any Determination Date and any Class of Class A Certificates (other than the Class A-PO Certificates) then outstanding, the percentage calculated by dividing the Principal Balance of such Class by the Class A Loss Denominator (determined without regard to any such Principal Balance of any Class of Class A Certificates not then outstanding), in each case determined as of the preceding Determination Date.

Excess Funding Amount means the amount on deposit in the Excess Funding Account.

Lockout Percentage For any Distribution Date occurring prior to the Distribution Date in July 2007, 0%. For any Distribution Date occurring after the first five years following the Closing Date, a percentage determined as follows: (i) for any Distribution Date during the sixth year after the Closing Date, 30%; (ii) for any Distribution Date during the seventh year after the Closing Date, 40%; (iii) for any Distribution Date during the eighth year after the Closing Date, 60%; (iv) for any Distribution Date during the ninth year after the Closing Date, 80%; and (v) for any Distribution Date thereafter, 100%.

Difference means in an FX and CFD the difference in price upon the opening of a Transaction and the closing of such Transaction.

PO Percentage As to any Discount Mortgage Loan, a fraction (expressed as a percentage) the numerator of which is the excess of the Required Coupon over the Adjusted Net Mortgage Rate of such Discount Mortgage Loan and the denominator of which is such Required Coupon. As to any Non-Discount Mortgage Loan, 0%.

CAM Percentage means, as to each Lender, a fraction, expressed as a decimal, of which (a) the numerator shall be the aggregate Dollar Equivalent of the Designated Obligations owed to such Lender (whether or not at the time due and payable) immediately prior to the CAM Exchange Date and (b) the denominator shall be the aggregate Dollar Equivalent amount of the Designated Obligations owed to all the Lenders (whether or not at the time due and payable) immediately prior to the CAM Exchange Date.

amount when used in regard to securities, means the principal amount if relating to evidences of indebtedness, the number of shares if relating to capital shares and the number of units if relating to any other kind of security.

Original Class B-4 Percentage The Class B-4 Percentage as of the Cut-Off Date, as set forth in Section 11.11.

Class B-4 Percentage As to any Distribution Date, except as set forth in the next sentence, the percentage calculated by multiplying (i) the Subordinated Percentage by (ii) a fraction, the numerator of which is the Class B-4 Principal Balance (determined as of the Determination Date preceding such Distribution Date) and the denominator of which is the sum of the Principal Balances of the Classes of Class B Certificates eligible to receive principal distributions for such Distribution Date in accordance with the provisions of Section 4.01(d). Except as set forth in Section 4.01(d)(ii), in the event that the Class B-4 Certificates are not eligible to receive distributions of principal in accordance with Section 4.01(d)(i), the Class B-4 Percentage for such Distribution Date will be zero.

Pro Rata Share means, with respect to each Lender at any time, a fraction (expressed as a percentage, carried out to the ninth decimal place), the numerator of which is the amount of the Commitment of such Lender at such time and the denominator of which is the amount of the Aggregate Commitments at such time; provided that if the commitment of each Lender to make Loans and the obligation of the L/C Issuer to make L/C Credit Extensions have been terminated pursuant to Section 8.02, then the Pro Rata Share of each Lender shall be determined based on the Pro Rata Share of such Lender immediately prior to such termination and after giving effect to any subsequent assignments made pursuant to the terms hereof. The initial Pro Rata Share of each Lender is set forth opposite the name of such Lender on Schedule 2.01 or in the Assignment and Assumption pursuant to which such Lender becomes a party hereto, as applicable.

Class B Loss Percentage With respect to any Determination Date and any Class of Class B Certificates then outstanding, the percentage calculated by dividing the Principal Balance of such Class by the Class B Principal Balance (determined without regard to any Principal Balance of any Class of Class B Certificates not then outstanding), in each case determined as of the preceding Determination Date.

Broken Amount means, in respect of any Interest Payment Date, the amount specified in the relevant Final Terms.

Original Class B-3 Percentage The Class B-3 Percentage as of the Cut-Off Date, as set forth in Section 11.10.

Investor Percentage means for any Monthly Period, (a) with respect to Finance Charge Receivables and Default Amounts at any time and Principal Receivables during the Revolving Period, the Floating Investor Percentage and (b) with respect to Principal Receivables during the Controlled Accumulation Period or the Rapid Amortization Period, the Fixed Investor Percentage.

Original Class B-1 Percentage The Class B-1 Percentage as of the Cut-Off Date, as set forth in Section 11.08.

Applicable Dollar Percentage means, with respect to any Dollar Lender, the percentage of the total Dollar Commitments represented by such Dollar Lender’s Dollar Commitment. If the Dollar Commitments have terminated or expired, the Applicable Dollar Percentages shall be determined based upon the Dollar Commitments most recently in effect, giving effect to any assignments.

Unused Fee has the meaning specified in Section 2.09(a).