not sending certain transcripts

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Canarsie
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not sending certain transcripts

Postby Canarsie » Tue Jun 15, 2010 2:36 pm

Hi everyone, I have a question. How does LSAC know if you have really sent in all your transcripts? I only have my study abroad and my UG to send, but how does LSAC know that I didn't take comm. classes while I was a senior in h.s. or something like that? Is it just a question of ethics?

And I am 100% planning on sending in all of my transcripts, regardless of grades received. Just curious!

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Re: not sending certain transcripts

Postby Derrex » Tue Jun 15, 2010 3:02 pm

National Student Clearing House. Its all there, if you paid tuition or used your social security number. I checked and it has every school you attended and the time of attendance.

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Re: not sending certain transcripts

Postby Canarsie » Tue Jun 15, 2010 3:05 pm

I figured there had to be something like this linked with SSN. Or at the very least, they'd find it when you were up for the bar.

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Re: not sending certain transcripts

Postby hsprophet » Tue Jun 15, 2010 5:53 pm

If you transferred credits to your UG, they will show up there, although if it's less than a semester's worth it won't flag in your account and let you apply to law schools. If there are credits "under the radar" I'm not sure at what point they will show up. Maybe at bar admission?




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