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Missing Class

CCFINDERCCFINDER Registered User Posts: 12 New Member
I'm currently taking an online spanish course and it seems like it has not shown up on my transcript. However, I put in my college application that I'm taking an online spanish course so I'm scared that the colleges will be hesitant in picking me in the college admission once they see that my online spanish course is not in my transcript. We're in a holiday right now so I could only send an email to my teacher. Have any of you guys experienced this? Does it matter a lot if they see a class missing on a transcript? Thank you so muchh

Replies to: Missing Class

  • svlab112svlab112 Registered User Posts: 526 Member
    If the Spanish class is required by the college in question and there is no record of you taking the class, it could hurt you. Is the online spanish course affiliated with your school? Sometimes online classes taken elsewhere (ie community college) will issue their own transcript. My kids have taken online classes at community college. These classes are not on their high school transcript, and a separate community college transcript is required to show coursework.
  • CADREAMINCADREAMIN Registered User Posts: 5,465 Senior Member
    edited January 2017
    ^^^What they said. Your high school is unlikely to include it since it isn't their course. Was it cc as mentioned above or an online school like Laurel Springs? Either way, request they send it, most have an online way to do so.
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