merit, pass

Spanish translation: notable, aprobado

19:09 Dec 5, 2017
English to Spanish translations [PRO]
Education / Pedagogy
English term or phrase: merit, pass
Hola a todos
Alguien me puede decir si "merit" es notable y "pass" es aprobado?
Se trata de notas universitarias y hay un porcentaje al lado. Hasta el 60% es Pass y después Merit.
Gracias por vuestra ayuda
Un saludo
Angeles
Angeles Barbero
Local time: 11:10
Spanish translation:notable, aprobado
Explanation:
porque lo siguiente es "distinction".
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4 +2notable, aprobado
Merab Dekano
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Tabla de conversiones U. de Granada
abe(L)solano

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notable, aprobado


Explanation:
porque lo siguiente es "distinction".

Merab Dekano
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agree  JohnMcDove
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  -> Muchas gracias, John.

agree  Mónica Hanlan
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Reference: Tabla de conversiones U. de Granada

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Me parece que sí, en caso de notas de países como Irlanda o el RU hasta 60% equivale a "aprobado" y después sería notable.


    https://internacional.ugr.es/pages/movilidad/tablaconversioncalificaciones/!
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