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    Merit or merits?, graduated?

    Hi,

    My acheivements include MSc and BSc in economics both graduated with merit, 60 points in project A and 65 point in project B
    My acheivements include MSc and BSc in economics both graduated with merits, 60 points in project A and 65 point in project B



    I have 3 questions.

    Question1:
    In the following sentences, should I use "merit" or "merits"?
    Question2:
    Could you please improve this part in the sentnce "MSc and BSc in economics both graduated with merit"?
    Question3:
    Is it suitable to use "graduated"?



    Someone sugguests that we should write a BSc / an MSc
    Someone sugguests that we should write a BSc degree / an MSc degree.
    At this moment, I can't find an universal answer.



    Tthanks

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    Re: Merit or merits?, graduated?

    I'd say cum laude. Maybe they don't use Latin any more in the UK, but that's what we use here.

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