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Which of the expressions is better and in more popular use: to take or to defend a diploma if we mean making a public speech and answering questions on the topic of the diploma research? Will to get a diploma make accent on only receiving the document about one's graduation, and not on the process of taking the floor before a panel of professors and examination board?
Thanks a lot in advance!
PS is it the examination board or also the examining board? Thanks for your kind attention and help!
Last edited by tyrp; 22-Dec-2012 at 16:01. Reason: typo
Thanks a lot!
PS today the name of our country is Ukraine, not the Ukraine, now that we're independent)))
Note that it's the thesis one defends, not the diploma.
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Thanks again! Do we never say 'diploma' to mean the MA or BA paper? Shall I stick to thesis only? What about the examination board? Can we say examinating board or does it fall in the eye as strange? Thank you very much for your help.
Thanks again!I appreciate your help.