LINGUISTICS & CULTURE
|Data:||07/JUN/2011 12:03 AM|
|Assunto:||Prova de recuperação|
Thank you Dale, for the clean explanation and confirming. It is good to have a guy
with a foot in two languages like you, plenty of insights!
In fact, the mack-up is "uma prova atrasada (feita com atraso)"
"Recuperação" would be as following:
A student has an average grade to get, say, the school average is 7.
Then if he got the following grades: 5 in the 1first bimester, 7 in the second, 8 in the third and 8 in the fourth, he passed (and get promoted). Since, 5 + 7 + 8 + 8 = 7
If you don´t have you 7, at the end of the year, they make a calculation in which you have to study and your mark has to be above 8, 9 or ten, never 7.
Here, in this state, some private colleges they cooked up a plan, the pupil has
to be in the average from the bimester one, how come? they have a first bimester exam, if he got less than 7, he has a second exam that will raise him to a level 7.
If even so, he don´t get there, he has a "prova de recuperação", an extra exam so that it´s most likely to average in it, unless he is a pupil that needs a strait jacket, not a teacher!
This way, one pass; and fool himself in thinking he knows a lot!
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