That may be the reason why Universidad Isabel I / ENEB was evaluated as a Bachelors although they had 3-year Bachelors policy being equivalent to senior year here in the US through ECE. At the same time, Universidad Isabel I stated that credits from Masters Propio degrees can only be used as undergraduate credits in their programs which would be another good reason to count ENEB as a second or advanced Bachelors rather than Masters. In theory, I believe all of these evaluators are right with their results. It just depends on how it is viewed as well as previous studies. I see why evaluators don't do pre-evaluations because they may come up with different results from the same company based on the same credential. Those who have completed an official Masters who then complete an ENEB Masters might get it evaluated as graduate credit (Graduate Diploma / Certificate of sorts) rather than a Bachelors degree.