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SQL Code help

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Luke Pope asked on
Microsoft SQL Server
7 Comments1 Solution74 ViewsLast Modified:
Here is question. Here is SQL Im not getting it right.

SELECT a.AdvisorID, a.LastName, a.FirstName, COUNT( s.StudentID ) AS "COUNT(Students)"
FROM Advisors a
JOIN Students s
ON a.AdvisorID = s.AdvisorID
GROUP BY a.AdvisorID
HAVING COUNT(s.StudentID)='1';
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