Important/Scary Question

<p>I'm an international student from Romania. I have applied to several schools in the US and the problem is this:
first semester ended in February here so I haven't yet mailed my first semester grades but I have read in some threads that they don't even expect them from internationals. I have been accepted to one college without any mention of first semester transcripts and I have a friend who was accepted by 2 in the same situation. I have received nothing in the mail saying they are missing or anything so...I don't know...
I know that at this point decisions are probably already made so do you think I should just fax transcripts this week? (If the school will even give them to me...) Is anyone else in this situation/could help me calm down???</p>

<p>Email the person in charge of admissions from your region.. or whoever the international admissions director is?</p>

<p>Some of the schools I applied to told me that they wouldn't expect any midyear report or whatever if I'd graduated from high school already (which I have). But if you're still in school, I think you're supposed to send them in. I dunno, I think the best thing to do is try to get in contact with the admissions people ASAP.</p>

<p>My school counselor could not fill my midyear and final reports. She just wrote my name on the front page and left the back page blank. Like limitedvocab said, midyear and final reports do not usually apply to international students. Do students in Romania take international examinations like IB, A levels or French Baccalaureate?</p>

<p>I think colleges would have contacted you about missing documents (at least if they do not provide an online checklist). Pay attention though to submit a final school report. If your grades did not change and you did not face any disciplinary actions, you have nothing to worry about.</p>

<p>muse00, why was it that your counselor could not give you a final report? Do you not get any grades or take any final exams in your country? Or had you already graduated from high school by the time you applied?</p>