Comparing Magna Cum Laude and Summa Cum Laude - Cum laudum

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With distinction (with reference to university degrees and diplomas). Latin honors are Latin phrases used in some colleges and universities to indicate the level of distinction with which an academic degree has been earned. This system is primarily used in the United States and Canada.

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By Maurisar - 03:21
Latin honors are Latin phrases used in some colleges and universities to indicate the level of From to , cum laude and summa cum laude were the two Latin honors awarded to graduates. Beginning in , magna cum laude was.
By Zuk - 07:06
Cum laude is a Latin term that translates to “with honor.” Magna cum laude means “with great honor,” and summa cum laude means “with the.
By Marisar - 11:48
Cum laude is Latin for "with distinction" or "with honor" and represents an academic level of achievement. Educational institutions use the.
By Kigataxe - 09:24
From Latin cum (“with”) + laude (ablative of laus, "praise"). less common; intended to be higher than summa cum laude in spite of summa meaning highest​.

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