"With a little effort, you will get your degree."
Translation:Avec un peu d'effort, tu obtiendras ton diplôme.
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I was confused by this too. I'm in the UK and when we say a degree, we generally mean a bachelor's degree: a BA (Bachelor of Arts) or a BSC (Bachelor of Science).
Would love an American to come on and clarify what they (and, by extension, Duo) mean by degree, but suspect it's what Myktylgaan says and some sort of mini degree or diploma.
For me, using British English, I think: licence = degree and diplome = diploma of some sort. I just have to remember that for Duo licence = bachelor's degree and diplome = degree.
I'm in the UK. A degree is a bachelor's degree. A diploma is a certificate to show you have passed a course of some sort, eg how to make pasta, although probably more commonly a certificate to show you have passed certain secondary school education requirements. A diploma is certainly not a degree.