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Italian to English translations [PRO] Certificates, Diplomas, Licenses, CVs / Transcript of degree class grades
Italian term or phrase:30/L
This phrase appears a couple of times under the column for "voto" in a transcript of grades for classes taken for a Chemistry degree. The columns read "Anno", "Esito","Voto" and "crediti". I realise that 30 is the mark, but I don't know what the "L" stands for. The only word I can think of is "Laurea" and wonder if the "L" refers to this, or if not, I have no idea what it could refer to. The row reads
Insegnamento Anno Esito Voto
CHIMICA 1 Superato 30/L