Sending in transcript via Fedex

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str8yolked
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Sending in transcript via Fedex

Postby str8yolked » Fri Jan 03, 2014 2:21 pm

Can my updated transcript be sent to LSAC via Fedex?

The address my school sent it to is:
662 Penn Street
Box 2000-M
Newtown, PA 18940-0993

PS. I want it sent via Fedex because I'm outside the US and snail mail would take 2-4 weeks.

Thanks!

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txdude45
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Re: Sending in transcript via Fedex

Postby txdude45 » Fri Jan 03, 2014 9:25 pm

str8yolked wrote:Can my updated transcript be sent to LSAC via Fedex?

The address my school sent it to is:
662 Penn Street
Box 2000-M
Newtown, PA 18940-0993

PS. I want it sent via Fedex because I'm outside the US and snail mail would take 2-4 weeks.

Thanks!


If your school has Fedex as an option to send transcripts, then yes. The transcript has to come directly from the school, so however they send it is how it must be sent and you don't have any choice over the matter.

str8yolked
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Re: Sending in transcript via Fedex

Postby str8yolked » Sat Jan 04, 2014 1:47 am

txdude45 wrote:
str8yolked wrote:Can my updated transcript be sent to LSAC via Fedex?

The address my school sent it to is:
662 Penn Street
Box 2000-M
Newtown, PA 18940-0993

PS. I want it sent via Fedex because I'm outside the US and snail mail would take 2-4 weeks.

Thanks!


If your school has Fedex as an option to send transcripts, then yes. The transcript has to come directly from the school, so however they send it is how it must be sent and you don't have any choice over the matter.


Thanks!

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Lwoods
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Re: Sending in transcript via Fedex

Postby Lwoods » Sat Jan 04, 2014 2:04 am

It used to be that you couldn't use FedEx (or any other private carrier) to send to a PO Box, but I think there are certain systems now that allow it. If FedEx accepts it, you're good to go.




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