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11:59 Jun 25, 2004
Spanish to English translations [PRO] Education / Pedagogy
Spanish term or phrase:bien
Es una de las calificaciones de la escuela secundaria (ESO):
Sobresaliente, notable, bien, suficiente, insuficiente, muy deficiente
En realidad necesitaría la tabla de calificaciones para el 8 curso (8th grade) en Estados Unidos.
Explanation: I've just seen that most US schools use the A-F system as in England (although some schools give points in numbers). In this system, the scores are as follows:
Sobresaliente A+ (A* in England)
Insuficiente D (E is used in England but not in the US)
Muy deficiente F
Maria Eugenia, I am not saying your answer is bad in general, but the question refers to the point system in Spain, and bueno from Chile and bien from Spain do not necessarily mean the same score in figures. Each country has its own point system