Pass/Fail assessment Achieved

Spanish translation: Aprobado/Suspendido, Evaluación superada.

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English term or phrase:Pass/Fail assessment Achieved
Spanish translation:Aprobado/Suspendido, Evaluación superada.
Entered by: Pocho

10:24 Jul 31, 2019
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English term or phrase: Pass/Fail assessment Achieved
CONTEXTO: las aclaraciones que aparecen en el reverso de un expediente académico.

TÉRMINO: Pass/Fail assessment Achieved

TEXTO:
[...]
The mark for each module or one of the following codes:
AA *****Pass/Fail assessment Achieved*****
AN Pass/Fail assessment Not Achieved
AT Attendance only
CC Certificate of Completion
[...]

La duda surge al figurar en el mismo código dos conceptos opuestos, el aprobado y el suspenso. Si al lado de una asignatura aparece en la columna de la nota el código AA, por ejemplo, ¿qué se entendería? ¿que se ha aprobado o que se ha suspendido? Teniendo en cuenta que también existe el código AN, Pass/fail assessment Not Achieved, no le veo mucho sentido. ¿Alguien podría arrojar un poco de luz en esta cuestión? Gracias.
Pocho
Aprobado/Desaprobado, Evaluación superada.
Explanation:
I would translate those phrases you mention like this:
Aprobado/Desaprobado, Evaluación superada.
Aprobado/Desaprobado, Evaluación no superada.

I think if refers to element results for pass/fail modules (https://www.plymouth.ac.uk/student-life/your-studies/essenti...
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Elisa Lopez Schiaffino
Local time: 12:35
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4 +3Aprobado/Desaprobado, Evaluación superada.
Elisa Lopez Schiaffino


  

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pass/fail assessment achieved
Aprobado/Desaprobado, Evaluación superada.


Explanation:
I would translate those phrases you mention like this:
Aprobado/Desaprobado, Evaluación superada.
Aprobado/Desaprobado, Evaluación no superada.

I think if refers to element results for pass/fail modules (https://www.plymouth.ac.uk/student-life/your-studies/essenti...

Elisa Lopez Schiaffino
Local time: 12:35
Native speaker of: Native in SpanishSpanish
PRO pts in category: 8

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  JohnMcDove: Sí, y dependerá del país al que vaya. En España habría sido "Aprobado/Suspendido"
3 hrs

agree  Mónica Hanlan
3 hrs

agree  Yaotl Altan
5 hrs
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