Notable (7-8,9) es

Subject field: Marks and Grading Systems
Creation date: 2018-07-23
Last update: 2018-10-20

Español

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    Definition:

    calificación utilizada en el sistema universitario español para puntuar módulos/asignaturas.

    UGRTerm

Notable (7-8,9)

Usage status: Oficial/estandarizado [UGR]
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    Source: UGRTerm
    Term type: Forma Completa
    Geographical Variant: Español (España)
    Note: En el sistema universitario español, los módulos/asignaturas se califican con una puntuación absoluta de acuerdo a una escala del 0 al 10. Un módulo/asignatura se considera superado a partir del 5.

English

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    Definition:

    qualitative and/or quantitative grading system.

    UGRTerm

Upper second class (2.1) (60-69)

Usage status: Official/standardized [UGR]
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    Source: UGRTerm
    Term type: Full Form
    Geographical Variant: English (United Kingdom)
    Note: According to the conversion table used at the UGR, this grade corresponds to 7.0-8.99 in the Spanish system.

Very Good (A-)

Usage status: Official/standardized [UGR]
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    Source: UGRTerm
    Term type: Full Form
    Geographical Variant: English (United States)
    Note: According to the conversion table used at the UGR, this grade corresponds to 8.5 - 8.99 in the Spanish system.

Very Good (B-)

Usage status: Official/standardized [UGR]
  • Details
    Source: UGRTerm
    Term type: Full Form
    Geographical Variant: English (United States)
    Note: According to the conversion table used at the UGR, this grade corresponds to 7.0 - 7.49 in the Spanish system

Very Good (B)

Usage status: Official/standardized [UGR]
  • Details
    Source: UGRTerm
    Term type: Full Form
    Geographical Variant: English (United States)
    Note: According to the conversion table used at the UGR, this grade corresponds to 7.5 - 7.99 in the Spanish system.

Very Good (B+)

Usage status: Official/standardized [UGR]
  • Details
    Source: UGRTerm
    Term type: Full Form
    Geographical Variant: English (United States)
    Note: According to the conversion table used at the UGR, this grade corresponds to 8.0 - 8.49 in the Spanish system.