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HS Transcript Question?

MAnde13MAnde13 56 replies11 threads Junior Member
edited April 2012 in University of Washington
So I have officially committed to UW as of about 3 weeks ago, and I know they request a final high school transcript when grades are recorded. However, my high school graduation is on June 21st, and the grades are not officially entered until June 22nd. With that being said, June 22nd is the earliest my school could send it, but, my orientation session is June 28th. Should I send one on June 22nd, but also bring an official one with me to my orientation just in case they don't get it in time? (My high school is awful about sending them-usually takes like 2 weeks).

Also- is there any danger of rescinding an application with a C in AP Calculus BC when I got an A- last semester? Along with that C I am expecting to get 2-3 B's, and 1-2 A's

Thanks for your time and your replies!
edited April 2012
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  • VideoProVideoPro 96 replies15 threads Junior Member
    In terms of rescinding, you should be okay. Honestly your grades have to literally PLUMMET to get your application rescinded (at least I'm pretty sure that's the case). As for the HS transcript, I'm pretty sure it is okay if they receive it late as long as they do receive it. If you could ask your school office to let them know about it, that would be good (shoot them an email about it).

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