Sending In Final Transcript

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Sending In Final Transcript

Postby lnh819 » Thu Nov 08, 2012 9:43 pm

This is probably a pretty silly question.

I've already sent in my applications and will be graduating next month. I don't plan to send in my final semester's grades to LSAC - too much hassle when my GPA isn't going to change and I'm already done applying - but I imagine whatever law school I eventually choose will want to see some sort of proof that I graduated. Will they ask me for my final transcript at some point or will it be up to me to send it directly to them? I don't want to end up with some sort of hold on my account when I finally arrive there.

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Re: Sending In Final Transcript

Postby red8aron » Sun Nov 25, 2012 12:17 pm

You don't need proof you graduated. If you failed to graduate that would cause you issues with bar acceptance which checks back against cheating.

The fact is, it would be additional work to guarantee everyone graduated, when there really isn't much risk.

Just think about undergrad, most schools don't require the last semester's grades.

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