Transcript Of Records - MS In Canada

The Transcript of Records is a consolidated record of all the subjects and grades of your bachelor’s degree. The university you did your bachelor’s from will provide your Transcript of Records (ToR). This is one of the essential documents while applying for a Master’s course in Canada.
Transcript of Records

Transcript of Records - MS in Canada

The Transcript of Records is a consolidated record of all the subjects and grades of your bachelor’s degree. The university you did your bachelor’s from will provide your Transcript of Records (ToR). This is one of the essential documents while applying for a Master’s course in Canada.

Transcript of Records

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Useful Tips

  • The Transcript of Records is not as same as a Grade Card.
  • Contact your Bachelor’s university and request them for your Transcript of Records.
  • Order as many Transcripts as the number of institutions you are planning to apply to.
  • Your bachelor’s university may charge you a certain amount as a fee for the Transcript of Records you have ordered.
  • Generally, a Transcript has the signature of the institutions’ official on the official letterhead and has the official seal.
  • The Transcripts must mention your full name, your Institution’s full name, the field in which you have done your Bachelor’s degree and the Board of Education.
  • Apart from this, the transcripts must mainly have information on all subjects taken and all grades received.
  • It must also indicate the overall grade. It should mention the credit system used (e.g. total credits obtained = 150/200/250) and the grading system.
  • If the Transcripts do not specify the credit system, ask the University to give an official document stating the Credit and Grading system used.
  • There may also be circumstances where your Bachelor’s University/ Institute might have to directly mail your official Transcript of Records in a closed, sealed envelope.

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