finding cc-ers who are aware of admission process......

<p>I have some questions, if you can answer, please, do that, I really need help now.</p>

<p>Guys, do you know what is credit value of courses I am taking now? I am an international student, and my school is just public one, so it doesn't provide AP or IB. Should I write regular math for example? And what is credit value?
Furthermore, if school profile is not available, can counselor just leave the space blank?
Furthermore, can transcript be uploaded as a word microsoft format? and graduating class size means only seniors, right? and what about ratings/ if my school doesn't rank counselor shouldn't provide ratings, right? And when midyear report should be submitted?
Some of these questions are asked by my counselor, so I should answer as soon as possible. IF youcan, answer, ok? Thank you in advance for help.. Hope you can explain what should I tell the counselor.</p>

<p>Well I can't answer all of your questions, but I can answer some of them:</p>

<p>Credit value refers to how your school measures your classes - for example, at my school a full year class is worth 1 credit, but a one semester class is worth .5 credits. And whatever your math class is called on your official transcript is what you should report.</p>

<p>I think your counselor writes the school profile - someone else may know for sure, but I was under the impression that this was the part where the counselor explains your school (what a typical schedule is etc). But again I may be mistaken on this one... Anyone else?</p>

<p>Graduating class does refer to just the senior class. </p>

<p>And midyear reports should be submitted in January, as soon as the school has your first semester grades.</p>

<p>Hope that helps at least a little bit! :)</p>

<p>Is it necessary to submit the school profile? </p>

<p>And graduationg class size was how many students were seniors. It should also be indicated on my commonapp. What should I do? Should I write number of whole student body at my school?</p>