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    #1

    "Credit has been awarded..."

    Credit has been awarded for this module as part of the University's Compensation Scheme.
    Hello, there.

    Could any one please tell me the meaning of this sentence.

    Many thanks

    Richard

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    #2

    Re: "Credit has been awarded..."

    There is not enough information to make a guess what this means.

    What is the context?

    It could mean:

    (university earned hours) credit has been earned

    or

    (accolades) credit has been earned . . .

    or

    (notation) credit has been earned . .

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