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Voto di laurea

Discussion in 'Italian-English' started by teone, Oct 9, 2006.

  1. teone Junior Member

    Italian, Italy
    Qualcuno saprebbe dirmi per favore come posso tradurre "voto di laurea"?

    Grazie mille.


    Teo
     
  2. TimLA

    TimLA Senior Member

    Los Angeles
    English - US
    Ho visto:

    Final grade
    Comprehensive final grade

    ma dipende dal contesto, forse
    Grade Point Average (GPA)
     
  3. teone Junior Member

    Italian, Italy
    grazie mille!

    che tempismo, due secondi prima che inviassi il documento.

    grazie ancora.


    teo
     
  4. mimitabby

    mimitabby Senior Member

    seattle
    usa, english
    abbia pazienza! ;) :D
     
  5. sharpsword New Member

    Italy, Italian
    Salve a tutti,

    come posso rendere la frase "ad oggi, febbraio 2008, sono ancora in attesa della comunicazione del voto di laurea" in inglese?

    Grazie :)
     
  6. fabry2811

    fabry2811 Senior Member

    Sicily/Rome
    Italy - Italian
    Today I am still waiting to know the degree grade

    Ma penso ci siano errori...
     
  7. TimLA

    TimLA Senior Member

    Los Angeles
    English - US
    O forse:

    As of today, February 2009, I am still waiting to hear about the final grades of my degree.

    As of now, February 2009, I am still waiting to hear about the final grades of my degree.

    As of February 2009, I am still waiting to hear about the final grades of my degree.

    Non so quale preferisco, forse #2.
     
  8. fabry2811

    fabry2811 Senior Member

    Sicily/Rome
    Italy - Italian
    Ma in questo caso si usa hear per dare un tono molto formale alla frase?

    Io avrei messo know senza pensarci due volte!!!
     
  9. Claxy87 Senior Member

    Brescia
    Italian-Italy

    Is "final gradeS" the same as "final grade"? I mean, are they interchangeable?
     
  10. stealth101 New Member

    Italiano
    Does anyone have a clue?
     
  11. elfa

    elfa Senior Member

    Bath, England
    English
    I don't know about in the US, but in the UK there is only one grade or mark for your degree.

    ...I am still waiting to hear the final grade for your degree.
     
  12. flopflip Junior Member

    Calgary, Canada
    English
    In Canada we get a final mark that is termed your 'grade point average'. Though there are variable marking systems, the most common one when I graduated was out of a maximum of 4.0. Someone with a 4.0 grade point average graduated with straight A's (top marks) in every class.
     

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