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Does my unofficial transcript reflect how my official transcript will appear? Only your university knows how they handle the two types of transcripts. But it's possible. If it does list Program A, will Program B regard this as an issue? Or can I just submit my transcript as-is with no explanation? I think it would be reasonable to inform Program B that ...


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Short answer: The Ws aren't great, but they're basically unimportant in light of the rest of your portfolio. I'm a little wary of withdrawals, because I know from personal experience that my own university's academic advising tends to use them as a way to help students avoid failing classes. So they're not great on your transcript, especially multiple Ws. ...


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I don't think a few W's will hurt your chances of grad. school since the rest of your transcript is good. Also, a W doesn't necessarily mean that the person couldn't handle the work, all it says is that you withdrew from the class. As in your case, this often happens because of financial difficulty or health issues. A transcript laden with W's might look ...


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