No. de Boleta

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11:20 Nov 7, 2013
Spanish to English translations [Non-PRO]
Certificates, Diplomas, Licenses, CVs
Spanish term or phrase: No. de Boleta
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This phrase is from transcript of a Mexican university, it stands alone in the upper right corner and followed by 8 digits. Thank you!
Rocketman
Belarus
Local time: 10:56
English translation:Transcript no.
Explanation:
A "boleta" is simply a report card or a transcript of academic results.
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Julie Napier
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5 +1Transcript no.
Julie Napier
4Student No. / Identification no. /Student ID no.
Patrick Weill
4Receipt/order number
Florencio Alonso


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Receipt/order number


Explanation:
It depends on what the document is. If it's a payment receipt, then "receipt number".

Florencio Alonso
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Transcript no.


Explanation:
A "boleta" is simply a report card or a transcript of academic results.

Julie Napier
Ireland
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Asker: Thank you!


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agree  AllegroTrans: yes, and as asker won't let us "see" the document I think this is the only viable answer
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Student No. / Identification no. /Student ID no.


Explanation:
At the IPN in Mexico this is used instead of matrícula, or student identification number.


    Reference: http://www.cecyt13.ipn.mx/conocenos/Documents/PR051.pdf
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