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Hi, I’m wondering what is included on the transcript. Will they add the courses that I failed? How different is it from the transcript that is given to the non ACCA students? I wrote PM to FM; so are these the only courses they would write on the transcript, including the RAP?
The transcript only includes the courses that you passed, not the ones that you failed. And it is indicated on the transcripts which marks you have gained on passing the courses. The marks are only applicable to BL, PM, FR, AA and FM. If your BL is exempted, the transcript is likely to indicate “credit entry” in the mark section. For the first 3 courses (BT, FA, and MA), the credit entry is indicated in the mark section. Hope this helps.
Thank you very much. When I get the transcript I would like to convert my total grade it into a US equivalent point. How do I know which information to use?
anazoric wrote:Thank you very much. When I get the transcript I would like to convert my total grade it into a US equivalent point. How do I know which information to use?
That would be the marks indicated on the transcripts for the courses. In regard to conversion scale, it depends on the particular scales adopted by different institutions. However, it would look something like this: