Transcript still "in review"

<p>I was wondering if anyone else's transcripts are still in review? I wonder why my admissions officer is taking so long. My high school transcript was "final" months ago.</p>

<p>Samies for me and I'm gettin kinda worried. Also haven't gotten any info from Financial Aid even tho I called 4 times over the last 2 months and they kept telling me I would get stuff in the mail.</p>

<p>Me too, my high school transcript are still in review. The admission officer said to me that it is possible the process may take longer until October.</p>

<p>Yeah my high school transcript is still in review. Kind of annoying. October that is kind of, well ridicolous if we start class August 26.</p>

<p>Wait..if they're doing it till oct, doesn't that mean they could technically 'rescind' your admission if you didn't meet standards? And throw you out?</p>

<p>yes. They could rescind you if you lied on the UC application e.g. listed classes and/or grades that are materially different than you actually took. They could rescind you if you failed to meet the conditions of the admissions offer (3.0 UW and no D or F, for both senior year semesters). </p>

<p>If someone were to manufacture a false transcript and that were discovered a year later, they could still rescind and toss the person out of the school. There is no magic deadline or statute of limitations for admissions fraud.</p>

<p>If you met the conditions and didn't deliberately lie on your application, then no reason to worry at all about this taking until October.</p>

<p>I'm not worried about lying, since I wouldn't be dumb enough to do that... I'm mostly afraid about the way I reported everything, since I spent a year in another state and some of the names of courses were different etc. It was just confusing to convert everything.</p>

<p>They would understand honest, explainable mistakes right? Though I'm sure that won't even be the case in the first place.</p>

<p>Yes, minor variations, somewhat different course names - no problem. Claim all A grades but received Bs and Cs - not so good. Claim to have taken 3 AP courses but instead took none and a very light load - problem. Plan to take one AP course in senior year but had to switch to an alternate because of scheduling issues at your school - no problem.</p>

<p>What they care about is whether their admissions decision was based on deliberately overstated information.</p>

<p>That's good to hear lol thanks</p>