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Michele Edwards

on 8 November 2016

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1. Personal
Information
Check the top left corner of your transcript...if any of the information is incorrect, see your counselor to make changes.
Your High School Transcript
2. What does my transcript look like?
3. What does all
this mean ?
4. What's the most Important Part of the Transcript?
Transcripts
Everything you ever needed to know...in 10 steps or less...about your transcript
NAME
ADDRESS
PHONE
NUMBER
GRADE
GENDER
Date
Of
Birth
Course
Numbers
Course
Name
Grade for
the Course
TotalCredits Needed
for Graduation
Total Credits
Completed
Credits Still
Needed
5. What Else Should I
Be Concerned About?
Make sure it's spelled correctly
Make sure it's correct
Make sure the numbers aren't transposed
Is it correct?
Is it correct?
This too needs to be correct.
Every course has a number.
When you register you must
put in the numbers.
Every course has a name.
You will need to write this
in too.
You will receive a grade for every course...the higher the grade the better
6. Who Should I talk To If there Are Problems with My Transcript?
Your
Counselor
Your GPA
Your Class Rank
7. What if I Fail a Class?
1. If ever you fail a core class (English, Math, Social Studies or Science), you should first try to make it up in summer school.
2. If you absolutely cannot go to summer school, then you should see your counselor to find out how you can make it up.
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