pass degree

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pass degree

nlaurea col minimo dei voti
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He came under the influence of Newman's Apologia; the picturesqueness of the Roman Catholic faith appealed to his esthetic sensibility; and it was only the fear of his father's wrath (a plain, blunt man of narrow ideas, who read Macaulay) which prevented him from 'going over.' When he only got a pass degree his friends were astonished; but he shrugged his shoulders and delicately insinuated that he was not the dupe of examiners.
HEC orders Ilma University students to pass degree verification test
Analysing the number of graduating students, he said '593 First degrees among whom 25 have secured First Class Honours, 234 Second Class Upper, 249 Second Class Lower, 84 Third Class and one Pass Degree. Five Postgraduate Diplomas and 10 Masters Degrees.'
Cardiff Student protest ART student Bob Murrin, of Cardiff, protested about his degree result - a pass degree, the lowest possible - from Reading University by burning his paintings in public.
Now see, you only managed to go to Kamiti, Shimo la Tewa n finally Kemu where you got a pass degree in planting grass.
"I studied drama at Birmingham University and got the worst degree you can get, which is a pass degree," she said.
If he doesn't, they may be prepared to offer him a pass degree (as opposed to an honours), a DIPHE or at least a HND, which he can use as credits towards a different course.
If he doesn't, they may be prepared to offer him a pass degree (as opposed to an honours), a DIPHE or at least an HND, which he can use as credits towards a different course.
Cut off by his father when Morley lost his faith and refused to comply with his father's wishes that he take Holy Orders in the Anglican Church, Morley fils left Oxford with a pass degree and launched himself into the world of metropolitan journalism.
However, to get a simple BA pass degree he needed 33 per cent.
It is of great concern that those with no A-levels, or those with just a pass degree can gain entry to the teaching profession."
"It is of great concern to us that those with no A-levels, or those with just a pass degree can gain entry to the teaching profession."