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13:00 Jan 26, 2002
English to German translations [Non-PRO] / online training course
English term or phrase:for credit
The following quiz may be taken for credit at any time
--> online test for employees
Explanation: Neither of the proposed answers are correct. This sentence means that the test may be taken at any time (not "jederzeit angerechnet"), and if the test is passed, the person taking it will receive credit toward completing the training program (or whatever it is). This comes from the university system, where one takes classes for credit. "Schein" is the closest German equivalent that comes to mind (in the university context), or as Claudia suggested, "Leistungsnachweis." Maybe you can somehow work in "angerechnet," but you may then have to specify what it's being "angerechnet" toward. Sorry I'm not able to come up with a German translation of the sentence, but I hope this helps anyway.