Hi, I'm currently applying for Political Science at UVA though I'm unsure of what they're requesting in their app:
Here in the UK we don't get a diploma and I'm also not familiar with the concept of a transcript of records. Is it a results certificate? Furthermore it's asking for a GPA which I thought was an American thing or is it asking for my A level grade so if I got an A in history, would I just put an A in the GPA box or would I leave it blank?
This brings me onto my next question.. I left school last summer and I know I can get my A-Level certificates but I have no clue when it comes to getting my iGCSE ones.. that was at a different school and I was never even given them.
If you got this far thank you so much for reading through my wall of text and I really hope you can help me.
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I'm English looking to study in the Netherlands
edit: never mind, I misunderstood youLast edited by enz447; 22-02-2018 at 11:36.
- 22-02-2018 18:23
A transcript is an official print out of all results to date and the exams you will be sitting in the future.
If you get in touch with your school/college they are well versed in printing these out with the official stamp to prove your results are accurate.
(I spoke to my school about this as I did not know what a transcript was, they knew straight away what it was and said they have done a fair few over the years... although they have never had a student apply to The Netherlands). I am hoping to apply for Political Science at UVA next year.