Unidades de mérito

20:10 Jun 7, 2018
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Education / Pedagogy / Translation of a Salvadoran transcript
Spanish term or phrase: Unidades de mérito
I am translating a transcript from Salvador, and I found two confusing terms. On one side, "Unidades de mérito" (just that) and on the other side "Coeficiente de Unidades de Mérito (CUM)", which in different threads I have found that is translated as GPA. But,
what about just "Unidades de mérito"? Thanks for a prompt response!
Patricia Carreira Payne
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Marcela Trezza
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Mónica Hanlan
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Jenna Porter-Jacek

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Explanation:
GPA stands for Grade Point average, therefore I assume unidades de mérito can be translated as grades or grade points.

Marcela Trezza
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Solo una ideas, de acuerdo a lo que leí en los comentarios y referencias.
Suerte!
Saludos

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Note added at 18 hrs (2018-06-08 15:03:34 GMT)
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Calculo que se referirá a las unidades en las que se mide o que vale cada materia...??

Mónica Hanlan
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I'm not sure which university you are dealing with, but if it happens to be Universidad Centroamericana José Simeón Cañas de El Salvador, this might be a helpful link. No English, but at least it explains a bit of what's going on with the terms used.


    Reference: http://www.uca.edu.sv/upload_w/file/estudiantes/documentos/c...
Jenna Porter-Jacek
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Asker: Thank you so much for your interest, in fact, I found up what the issue was about and decided to add it at the end as a translator's note.Anyway, thank you very much, again!


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agree  lorenab23: Excellent reference!
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