Cum laude

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Cum Laude (derived from the Latin meaning to praise) is the title given to the exams in college.[1] There are several predicates that belong to the Cum Laude as magna cum laude means with lots of praise and graduated summa cum laude graduate with honors, which means the most.[1] Each college has clear rules and vary depending on requirements for graduates eligible for Cum Laude.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c (Indonesian) Shaadily, Hassan. Ensiklopedia Indonesia Jilid 2 CES-HAM. Jakarta: Ichtiar Baru dan Van Hoeve.