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Transcripts?

randomuser1234567890randomuser1234567890 Registered User Posts: 13 New Member
HI im applying to a couple of school through the UCAS in the UK and im confused on whether or not I submit my trasncript 9-12 (im from the us) when i look online it says to submit my predicated grades (since im in the IB programme) but is that technically my "transcript" or do i send in my highschoool transcript like what grades i got throughout my highschool years,

thanks

Replies to: Transcripts?

  • collegemom3717collegemom3717 Registered User Posts: 5,597 Senior Member
    Your GC does all of that, including your predicted grades. After the Common App, UCAS is mercifully simple!
  • randomuser1234567890randomuser1234567890 Registered User Posts: 13 New Member
    Hi! Thanks for ur reply, sorry I’m unfamiliar with college terms lol what’s a GC? Is that my counselor? So he will be submitting my transcript and predicted grades?
  • randomuser1234567890randomuser1234567890 Registered User Posts: 13 New Member
    Hi! Thanks for ur reply, sorry I’m unfamiliar with college terms lol what’s a GC? Is that my counselor? So he will be submitting my transcript and predicted grades?
  • collegemom3717collegemom3717 Registered User Posts: 5,597 Senior Member
    Yes-GC = guidance counselor. Be sure whoever does your predictions understands how they work: too low and you don’t get an offer; too high and you don’t get the mark and lose your offer!
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