High school transcript is one of the easiest forms of work for anyone, but for those of us who spend a lot of time on the internet, it can be a daunting task.
Here are the steps you need to take to get your high school transcript ready for the internet age.1.
Check the source for the school transcriptYou’ll need to check to see if the school you attended was accredited by an accreditation body.
If you don’t know what the accreditation means, read our guide to school accreditation.
If it’s an English language school, you’ll need an English-only diploma.2.
Find the school’s websiteYou’ll want to check the school website for the latest information on the school and what the students’ backgrounds are.
You can find school sites in your country by searching the Oxford English Dictionary or searching for “school”.3.
Look up the school onlineYou can check the schools official website to see how they’re run, what their accreditation status is and if they’ve had any changes made.4.
Check with the schoolYou can also contact the school directly if you have any questions.
If they haven’t responded, check with the student’s principal.5.
Take a look at the student transcriptsYou can download high school transcripts from your highschool website, or you can send them in to the school to have them analysed by a professional to see what they’re worth.6.
Make sure you have the right grammar rulesIf you want to have your high schools transcript professionally reviewed by a grammar expert, you will need to write down all the grammar rules that apply to the student.
For example, it’s a good idea to check all the rules for the word ‘good’ and ‘bad’, as they can make a big difference to the value of a student’s transcript.7.
Make a note of the datesYou can use your university’s online transcript system to check your transcripts date, but you may need to pay to view your transcript online.
To do this, you can use the University of Victoria’s College Passport application.8.
Make notes of any changes you’ve madeThe transcript you’ve received should include all of the information you’ve changed.
For instance, if you’ve added ‘A’ to the end of ‘good’, or changed the word to ‘good’.
If you’ve removed a spelling mistake, or added an extra ‘e’.
If you’ve not changed anything at all, the transcript will show up as a single record in your account.9.
Use a digital copy of your transcript to make an online paymentThe easiest way to check if your high-school transcript is up to date is to look at your university account.
If the transcript hasn’t changed, the payment will show as ‘Incomplete’.
If it has, it’ll say ‘Incorrect’ and you’ll be able to check how much money you’re going to have to pay.
If you’re unsure of what your transcript is worth, contact the office that sent it.
The person that you contacted may have a better idea of what you should be paying, and you can then choose to pay the fee or to have it refunded.
If your transcript hasn- t changed, but is incomplete, contact your college.
If your transcript has been corrected, you may have to complete a form to change the details of your account to reflect the changes.
You can see if your college has a payment system for their transcript.
If so, you should contact them directly to request payment.
You’ll also need to contact the university where your high School Transcript is being stored.
If there’s a payment option, they’ll send you a copy of the transcript so you can check it.10.
Send your transcript inIf you haven’t received payment from the university, you could send your transcript back to them, but be aware that this could affect your transcript.
Instead, you’d be able do a ‘payment to transcript’ on your college’s website.