A transcript is a text equivalent of audio content that includes spoken words and non-spoken sounds like sound effects. It is akin to the notation used for a play. Transcripts are often not verbatim accounts of the spoken word, but contain additional descriptions, explanations, or comments that may be useful. Transcripts are helpful to the deaf, hard of hearing and many others. They allow anyone that cannot access content from web audio or video to access a text version instead. Also a transcript can serve as the base for captioning.
An official transcript is issued by the College Registrar and contains a master list of the courses a student has taken, the grade earned, and the cumulative grade point average. "W," "I," "Y," and "P" grade are also noted on a transcript but are not calculated in the student's grade point average. Official transcripts can be requested at www.pima.edu or from any campus or District Admissions and Registration Office. Students can also view unofficial transcripts online through the Pima website.
A complete record of a student's academic work. An official transcript is one that the student uses to transfer credits to another college or university. There is usually a charge for an official transcript. A student can request an unofficial transcript free of charge, but it cannot be used to transfer credits to another institution.
A transcript is your record of classes and grades. Every class in which you enroll will be included on the transcript, unless you drop it during the registration period. Courses are never erased. If you need to order a copy of your transcript, you may do so at the Office of the Registrar. SDSU is not allowed to send out copies of other universities" transcripts. You must always order transcripts from the university where you took the courses.
A transcript is a legal document containing a student's academic record at a specific school. If students need a copy of their COCC transcript, they must complete a transcript request with the Records Office and pay a $5 processing fee for the first one and $1 for each additional transcript requested at the same time. If needed, a student may fax a request, but must include a signature and form of payment (Visa, MC or Discover card).
listing of a studentâ€™s courses, grades and credits earned. Unofficial transcripts may be viewed on ExpressLane (Laneâ€™s web-based student information system). Official printed transcripts may be ordered on ExpressLane.
A recording kept by the institution of all of the courses and grades for which the student has been given credit within the local institution (it may be cross–referenced to transcripts from other institutions)
This is the continuous, formal, and official record of your work at a university. If you are a transfer student, you are required to request that the Office of Records and Registration at all universities you have attended previously send an official transcript to UALR. The transcript lists all courses you take, grades, major and minor, and degree awarded. An unofficial and incomplete version of it, sometimes used by advisors, is called a worksheet.
the official record of a studentâ€™s class, grades and program at an educational institution. It is sent sealed to the institution requesting it. An unofficial transcript can be printed out by the student from the goSFU website, for information only.
An official transcript is the original record verifying your enrolment and achievement, and certified (e.g., by signature and/or seal) by the institution. It is normally sent directly, by mail or electronically, on your request.
something that has been transcribed; a written record (usually typewritten) of dictated or recorded speech; "he read a transcript of the interrogation"; "you can obtain a transcript of this radio program by sending a self-addressed envelope to the station"
a Certificate describing the appearances and passing details with subjects and statement of marks of the exams of Chartered Accountancy in respect of the student concerned including his membership details if he has become a member of the Institute
an official record provided by your secondary school or college/university that shows your academic performance during your attendance there, and provides information about your current academic status
There are two kinds of transcripts. The first is the academic transcript; this is a record, maintained by the University registrar, of a student's academic progress, listing courses completed and grades earned. The financial aid transcript is a record of all financial aid received at a particular institution of higher learning.
An official document prepared by the Office of the Registrar recording a student's academic performance and bearing AU's seal. Transcripts must be requested in writing. Transcripts are not released to anyone without the student's permission. A fee is charged for each transcript.
A private permanent academic record containing all courses, grades, honors, and status of a student. A school possesses each student's transcript and will not release the information without the student's permission.
An official copy of your high school transcripts are required as part of the admissions process. Once admitted, the Office of Admissions will instruct you as to where and when to have the transcripts sent.
The transcript is a permanent academic record of a student at college. It may show courses taken, grades received, academic status and honors received. Colleges usually do not release transcripts if a student owes them any money.
The official academic record of your registrations at MSVU—lists the courses and results (including withdrawals and failures) for each academic year and summer session. Your transcript includes your intended degree, degree changes and academic probation information. If you want a copy of your transcript for yourself (or for your parents) or for another institution, you must make the request in writing to the Registrar's Office.
The transcript is the university's official statement of the student's academic record. It describes the student's academic performance and degrees, if any, awarded. The transcript is produced at the request of the student and is printed on special paper at the University of Toronto Transcript Centre (UTTC). It is intended primarily for recipients outside of U of T.
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A transcript is usually a copy of oral evidence or of documents filed with a government agency. The accuracy of a transcript should be evaluated. Was it prepared by the author (or his/her staff) of the records? What were the qualifications and skills of the transcriber? When was the transcript prepared? For what purpose were the transcripts prepared? See MG 8, Patrick Thomas McGrath fonds which includes transcripts prepared for the Labrador Boundary Case.
official document sent to each student confirming the examination marks and final classification.. Duplicate copies of transcripts can normally be produced within three working days if required. See Transcript request frequently asked questions (FAQs)
Official record of courses attempted and the grades received. Official transcripts are in sealed and signed envelopes from the issuing institution. All other copies of transcripts are considered to be unofficial.
A formal record of grades received in all courses you have taken, and whether any degrees or certificates have been successfully completed. Must generally be sent directly from one College to the other when planning to transfer, or when applying to begin a higher degree program.
Official copy of a student's academic record (courses and grades). To order a transcript, select and print the following link, transcript order form. If you can not print the order form please call the Shasta College Admissions and Records Office at 530-225-4861.
The official record of your college course work, which is maintained and updated each semester by the registrar. Your courses, grades, GPA, and graduation information will be included in your transcript.
A transcript is an official list of courses taken and grades earned for those courses at a specific school. Transcripts are issued by high schools, colleges, and universities. A transcript is official if it has the original stamp or seal of the school that issues it.
Your high school academic record. Your guidance counselor or school registrar compiles this listing of all your courses, grades, and standardized test scores. Your college will likely ask for official copies of your transcript. They should be signed across the seal by the appropriate school official and shouldn't be opened.
An official document produced by the university registrar's office that provides information on a student's courses, grades, and academic standing. A cumulative transcript provides a record of all academic work completed to date in a student's program.
A printed copy of a student's official academic record, including the list of courses completed, quarter by quarter, grades earned, grade-point average, degrees granted and other relevant information. The official record is maintained in a computer file. Students may request transcripts from the Office of the Registrar.
Mark sheet; a complete record of academic work, i.e., all subjects taken and grades or marks secured in each subject, including failures, if any. The University of Texas at Austin uses an electronic image scanning system for the storage of transcripts. Original transcripts are not kept once the electronic image has been created. If you would like to have your foreign transcripts returned to you, send a self-addressed envelope of a suitable size together with a request to return them. This request must be made at the time of application. Postage will be paid by the University. We will not return transcripts issued by United States universities.
Official record of a student's high school or college work. An official transcript (one that is sent directly from a school's registrar's office to UAF) is required as part of a student's application for admission.
an official record of all courses taken with credits and grades documented. A transcript for each student is maintained by the Admissions Office or Registrar's Office at all post-secondary institutions.
The formal document provided by the post-secondary institution that verifies the student's enrolment and achievement in the institution. The transcript records course titles and numbers, dates of enrolment, grades, and any credential(s) received.
A certified copy of a student's educational record containing titles of courses, the number of credits and the final grades in each course. The final official transcript also states the date a degree has been conferred.
A complete, unfiltered record of Fetch's "conversations" with FTP (or SFTP) servers - all of the commands Fetch sends, and the servers' responses. The transcript contains mostly technical and extraneous information that usually you do not need to see. See the Fetch Transcript help topic for more information.
A handwritten, printed, or typed copy of testimony given orally at an arbitration hearing that can become the official record of the arbitration proceeding, as taken by a stenographer or court reporter with the permission of the arbitrator.
A student's official academic history. The transcript lists all courses in which a student has enrolled at UMass Boston. Grades and cumulative GPA are also a part of this record. (CPCS students' transcripts list all competencies registered for, their completion, and date of completion.)
This is a list of all the courses a student has taken with the grades that the student earned in each course. A college will often require a student to submit his or her high school transcript when the student applies for admission to the college.
an official record or breakdown of a student's progress and achievements. Many credit-based education systems employ detailed transcripts that show the credits and grades for units undertaken (e.g. ECTS Transcript of Records).
Official document, issued by an institution, with student information that is a complete and accurate reflection of a studentâ€™s academic career. Includes information such as cumulative and retention/graduation GPAs, semesters of attendance, courses taken, grades and credit hours awarded, degrees received, academic standing, academic honors and transfer information.
1. A copy or reproduction, in so far as the resources of script and/or typography allow, of an original document. 2. In legal proceedings, an exact copy of a text. 3. A verbatim written, typed, or printed version of the spoken word, e.g. proceedings in a court of law or an oral history interview. (SAA) 4. The official copy of a student's educational record.
A copy of your academic record at a college or university. It includes semesters you attended, courses you took and their grades and units accumulated. Official transcripts can be obtained from the Admissions & Records office. Your first two transcripts are free. Additional transcripts cost $3.50 each.
The transcript is a permanent academic record of a student at college. It may show courses taken, grades received, academic status and honors received. Transcripts are not released by the College if the student owes any money to the College.
the written, word-for-word record of all legal proceedings, including testimony at trial, hearings or depositions. A copy of the transcript may be ordered from the court reporter and a fee must be paid for the transcript.
The transcript is an official document that is a record of a student's academic work. To request a copy of the transcript or to have it sent to another party a student would need to contact each institution that was attended for information.
A transcript is a written record of spoken language. In court proceedings, a transcript is usually a record of all decisions of the judge, and the spoken arguments by the litigants' lawyers. The transcript is expected to be an exact and unedited record of every spoken word, with each speaker indicated.
A transcript is an equivalent text alternative for the sounds, narration, and dialogue in an audio clip or an auditory track of a multimedia presentation. For a video, the transcript can also include the description of actions, body language, graphics, and scene changes of the visual track.
Text describing video or audio. Transcripts are equivalent alternatives for people speaking and other important sounds. For videos, transcripts also describe important actions, body language, graphics, scenes, etc..][Remove reference to â€˜equivalent alternativeâ€(tm). differentiate from captions
A "transcript" is a text representation of sounds in an audio clip or an auditory track of a multimedia presentation. A "collated text transcript" for a video combines (collates) caption text with text descriptions of video information (descriptions of the actions, body language, graphics, and scene changes of the visual track). Collated text transcripts are essential for individuals who are deaf-blind and rely on braille for access to movies and other content.