Is that correct to say that I have completed several courses with full marks?
I want to say that I have finished some courses that I obtained full marks in exams.
Does it make sense to use the phrase "finish courses with full marks"?
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Yes, you can say that.
- plural noun
If you get full marks in a test or exam, you get everything right and gain the maximum number of marks.