Transcript Format

<p>Guys, I have to give my principal the format for a high school transcript. So please can u tell me the format of high school transcript.
Should it be just 1 page containing my grades and a short note explaining the cbse exam pattern??</p>

<p>Exactly! There is no set format. You can customize the transcript to your needs and also you shouldn't be bothered about the length. Of course, one page, being easy to manage is a good option. Realism, however tells you that more than one page will be necessary to list out all the grades and explain the school's grading policies. I don't think that most colleges will require an explanation of the functioning of CBSE. It's well known.</p>

<p>The pattern can be explained in the Secondary School Report as well. Colleges like transcripts to be a single page only, more volume will only confuse them.</p>

<p>well I changed my school after 10th, so I will have to have 2 transcripts</p>

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<p>No. Not at all. If your situation requires 5 pages of a transcript, then don't think twice about submitting five pages.</p>

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<p>A transcript is supposed to concisely show your entire school performance. If one has shifted high schools then one must have multiple sheets, but if one is at the same high school for all 4 years, its highly improbable that the high school record cannot be concisely put in one page.</p>

<p>Well i switched 3 schools from the 9th grade, so i need to get 3 different transcripts and put them together? or do i need to put them all on one continuous sheet?</p>

<p>@anvesh95: A counselor/principal will have to sign and attest your transcript. I doubt you will manage to get all 3 to sign on one sheet, so in your case it would be better to have multiple sheets.</p>

<p>Rule of thumb for transcripts should be one sheet per high school attended.</p>