Translation:I got a high grade on an exam, not understanding the subject.
In Romanian, we say "Eu am luat notă mare LA un examen". Can someone please report? Thanks.
Is there a reason that "the material" is not an accepted translation of "materia?" State-side my teachers talked about the material they expected us to learn all the time.
Yeah, exactly. It's another one of those that is technically correct, but it's not the common way to put it.
Incidentally, I only really posted this comment because my original answer, "I got a good grade", which to me sounds more correct even though it is not the literal translation, was rejected as incorrect.
This is a complex sentence that does not easily translate into nice flowing English. Like others I had a translation that was rejected but seemed to be a better way of expressing the idea. It is not really a problem as it is possible to see the wording preferred by the course and, although it might be considered clumsy, it at least provides insight into the grammatical logic (a comment that applies equally to other sentences elsewhere in the course).
I wrote "I have gotten a high grade" and got it wrong... Sometimes, it seems that if you don't write almost exactly what Duolingo wants, you get it wrong.
It's a volunteer-run course. The first set of volunteers wrote all the translations, but they probably missed some. The way those get fixed is you report the mistranslation.