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Is it OK if I took a class at a local college but didnt send thetranscripttocolleges?

dude9521dude9521 Registered User Posts: 70 Junior Member
edited November 2012 in College Admissions
I took a precalculus course at Stony Brook University to allow myself to take AB Calculus in high school; however, I applied and submitted my application to MIT Early Action without sending the transcript. Is it a big deal if it is late, or should I just not send it? Is it important for them to have? I self-reported the grade on the application and it was just one, month-long class over the summer. I'm starting to freak out about this...

Receiving credit isn't an issue since it's only precalculus, and I'll be much further along in math by the time I enroll in a college or university.
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Replies to: Is it OK if I took a class at a local college but didnt send thetranscripttocolleges?

  • entomomentomom Registered User Posts: 23,662 Senior Member
    Email MIT and tell them that you forgot and are sending it now. It's not so much a matter of credit, but following instructions, the CA states:
    If you indicated that a transcript is available, please have an official copy sent to your colleges as soon as possible.
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