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transcript

Education chiefly US and Canadian an official record of a student's school progress and achievements
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The community colleges share electronic transcript data with ASU through an automated system.
What is deposition and transcript management software (which I'll call transcript software)?
Knowingly submitting a phony transcript is a felony under state law.
Since methods used by various instructors vary considerably, it becomes extremely difficult to read a student's transcript to determine the student's standing among others at the same institution or throughout the country at other institutions.
Denver, CO) a legal software and services company, has introduced two software applications designed to enable court reporters, attorneys, and litigation support professionals to send, receive and view transcripts while maintaining the transcript's integrity.
Because Greenspan, deep in written testimony submitted before the hearing, had noted that what he verbally called "rough notes" was actually "an unedited transcript.
SAN DIEGO -- The Daily Transcript has been selected to represent the newspaper shop at Enterprise Village, Junior Achievement of San Diego and Imperial County's premier program for elementary school children.
The college had been handling transcript requests in the office, with one full-time staff member and several part-time student assistants responsible for printing and envelope stuffing.
This technical report documents the procedures used to collect and summarize data from the 2005 High School Transcript Study (HSTS 2005).
College of the Canyons administrators learned late last week that a transcript purportedly from the Valencia college submitted by a student to El Camino College in Torrance had been falsified.
Users can share transcripts with others by exporting DML files for use in our free Transcript Viewer (PC or Apple versions).