Do you think LSAC would understand this transcript notation?

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lawapplicant2017
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Do you think LSAC would understand this transcript notation?

Postby lawapplicant2017 » Fri Jul 07, 2017 8:21 am

I have been a slight non-traditional student, in that I took a few more years to graduate then some. I understand LSAC's policies as they pertain to transcript summarization. LSAC says they calculate every grade and credit up to the degree date regardless of how many years it took to graduate.

On my transcript 2 years ago is a notation, "Transfer module complete on 12/ /2015"

I don't yet have a degree date, and I know when I do graduate it will be explicitly clear of when I graduated.

Was just concerned, that LSAC might see the Transfer complete thing, and think its a cue to stop their calculations there. Has this happened to anyone else? Or do you think they will likely get it right?

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Re: Do you think LSAC would understand this transcript notation?

Postby UVA2B » Fri Jul 07, 2017 8:28 am

They'll figure it out. You're fine.




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