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Should my academic records/transcripts be sealed by the respective school officer into the respective school sealed envelope with the school's stamp or officer's signature on it OR I can just put them all into one sealed envelope?
If I certify my transcripts at a earlier date and never ask the school officer to seal them in an envelope, but have come back to the school office again and asked the officer to seal them into the school envelope at a later date, is it alright?
If the date that my school officer certify the transcripts is different from the date that they seal it into the envelope, is it alright?
Is it alright for the transcripts in the envelope to be certified at different date?