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System of Grading?

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System of Grading?

Postby klanwarayparxw » 12 Jan 2017, 16:51

Hello people,

I am a bit confused about what they mean by System of Grading?

My university in their "studies guide" only has the requirements for receiving your diploma. It only mentions that you have to have passed 54 courses+english courses+ have completed your thesis.
Is that enough? or do they demand more?

Thanks.
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Re: System of Grading?

Postby jcarlosfg » 12 Jan 2017, 17:37

I think it refers to the scale used in your grades. For example, in Spain it's from 0 to 10, and you pass with a 5 or higher. In the UK I believe they use A, B, C... and so on. There should be some sort of official document where it is stated. That's what I attached last year and had no problem with it.

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