First two years transfer grades problem

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deja97
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For my undergrad I had my first two years in a different university then I transferred to my current uni. All my grades form the first two years are. marked as "T" without a letter grade. It's a bit hard for me to get official grades by now since I left that university long time ago. Would this be a problem? My gpa for second year semesters : 3.3, 3.5 and for my fourth year first semester: 3.85 and so far my cumulative is. 3.55 but I'm expecting 3.6

So would this be okay or would the first two years being transferred credit be a problem? ( I would love to apply to kcl and ucl)
Thank you!!
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(Original post by deja97)
Hello,
For my undergrad I had my first two years in a different university then I transferred to my current uni. All my grades form the first two years are. marked as "T" without a letter grade. It's a bit hard for me to get official grades by now since I left that university long time ago. Would this be a problem? My gpa for second year semesters : 3.3, 3.5 and for my fourth year first semester: 3.85 and so far my cumulative is. 3.55 but I'm expecting 3.6

So would this be okay or would the first two years being transferred credit be a problem? ( I would love to apply to kcl and ucl)
Thank you!!
Yes, it probably will be a problem. You do need to go back to the original Uni and get a full transcript. Universities keep transcripts for years, I've recently got mine from a degree I did 30 years ago!
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