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a graduate degree #1 (permalink) Sun Jul 17, 2011 14:34 pm   a graduate degree
 

English Language Proficiency Tests, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #592 "Real Life: Post-Secondary Education (1)", question 7

A bachelor's degree is also known as a ......... degree in North America. This type of degree is awarded for completing a number of credits within a major field of study and typically takes three, four or five years to complete.

(a) baccalaureate
(b) doctorate
(c) graduate
(d) final

English Language Proficiency Tests, Advanced Level

ESL/EFL Test #592 "Real Life: Post-Secondary Education (1)", answer 7

A bachelor's degree is also known as a baccalaureate degree in North America. This type of degree is awarded for completing a number of credits within a major field of study and typically takes three, four or five years to complete.

Correct answer: (a) baccalaureate

Your answer was: incorrect
A bachelor's degree is also known as a graduate degree in North America. This type of degree is awarded for completing a number of credits within a major field of study and typically takes three, four or five years to complete.
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There is something wrong in questions 6 or 7 because both talk about the same qualification (bachelor's degree) but give different answers.
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a graduate degree #2 (permalink) Sun Jul 17, 2011 22:35 pm   a graduate degree
 

Perhaps it is known by the two other names?
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