Oct. 28/42

14:39 Oct 3, 2013
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Law/Patents - Law (general) / HOMEWORK ASSSINGMENT
Spanish term or phrase: Oct. 28/42
This is a translation for a School Transcript. I have found no sources that tell me if this is a date and year, i.e. October 28, 1942 or what the 42 could be. Any help is appreciated. Any resources for comparable scales would be appreciated too.


Aprobado por el Ministerio de Educación Nacional
Mediante Resoluciones Nos. 1,362 (Oct. 28/42) and 2957 (Jun. 30/71)
Para el Ciclo Básico de Enseñanza Media y Bachillerato.
Jim Morrissey
Local time: 16:07

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Ministerio de Educación Nacional (1938-1966)
Carl Stoll

Discussion entries: 6


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Reference: Ministerio de Educación Nacional (1938-1966)

Reference information:
Ministerio de Educación Nacional (1938-1966) from Historia de los ministerios de Educación de España - Wikipedia

Note added at 13 mins (2013-10-03 14:52:46 GMT)

So it would seem to fit the year 1942. However, placing the month first and the dau of the month next is not customary in Spain.

Note added at 17 mins (2013-10-03 14:57:11 GMT)

According to the same source, by 1971 it had changed its name to Ministerio de Educación y Ciencia. However the fact that they did not specify the name change in the certificate can merely indicate sloppiness, i.e. does not rule out the date 1971.

Carl Stoll
Costa Rica
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