I'm in Year 12, thinking about applying to American universities this time next year. I understand everything, apart from the high school transcript.
I went to a secondary school for five years (Year 7 - 11) and I now go to a sixth-form college (Year 12 - 13).
1. From who should I get my transcript (does it exist already?!) and is it possible for me to write my own one (and just get someone to sign it off?)
2. What should I include (e.g. grades? Disciplinary action? Extra-curricular stuff?)
3. Is this basically my secondary school record?
High School Transcript?! Watch
- Thread Starter
- 02-01-2013 22:04
- 05-01-2013 06:45
Your transcripts would be your gcse and a level results sheets you were given to let you know what grades you got in each module. It's not something that you can create, it's an official document
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- 08-01-2013 18:30
It is your school report from years 10, 11, 12 and 13. Your school should have these, if not you should (I kept all of mine), AND your GCSE/AS level/A level certificates.
- 16-01-2013 12:03
The Fulbright Commission's website has sample transcripts somewhere - there's loads of useful info on it.
You'll need both your GCSE's and AS results (as well as predicted grades) on your transcript.
I'm currently going through the application process, so feel free to ask me anything. I'll try and answer as well as I can.Last edited by NaaderBajwa; 16-01-2013 at 12:05. Reason: Peanut butter