Advice needed with trancripts


GLS
Hi!!!

I am planning to apply to an LLM program in the US and need to have my university transcripts sent to LSAC for evaluation. I've graduated from a Russian-Armenian joint university in Armenia, where the language of teaching was Russian. However I was given two diplomas (one Russian diploma and one Armenian diploma), both of which are valid.

Now, which one should I send to LSAC - the Russian one because the language of teaching was Russian or the Armenian one because the university was in Armenia and I am applying from Armenia? I am sceptic about sending two, as I fear they might get confused.

Please share your experience, if you had such.

[Edited by GLS on Feb 21, 2017]

Hi!!!

I am planning to apply to an LLM program in the US and need to have my university transcripts sent to LSAC for evaluation. I've graduated from a Russian-Armenian joint university in Armenia, where the language of teaching was Russian. However I was given two diplomas (one Russian diploma and one Armenian diploma), both of which are valid.

Now, which one should I send to LSAC - the Russian one because the language of teaching was Russian or the Armenian one because the university was in Armenia and I am applying from Armenia? I am sceptic about sending two, as I fear they might get confused.

Please share your experience, if you had such.
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Lorantes
I guess both are the same... both grant you the same degree. Just remember to translate it with an official translator and send the original and the translation.
I guess both are the same... both grant you the same degree. Just remember to translate it with an official translator and send the original and the translation.
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TCswe
I dont think it will matter, but make sure you translate it to english. I wrote LSAC an email and sent them a copy of my degree and asked if the english translation on the degree was sufficient. Maybe you could email them too if youre unsure.
I dont think it will matter, but make sure you translate it to english. I wrote LSAC an email and sent them a copy of my degree and asked if the english translation on the degree was sufficient. Maybe you could email them too if youre unsure.
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