My transcripts were misplaced by my University because of which they have caused two month delay in sending them to LSAC. They informed me now that it is prepared. Can I send it by international priority or do I necessarily need to send it by the Universi


Hi,
My transcripts were misplaced by my University because of which they have caused two month delay in sending them to LSAC. They informed me now that it is prepared. Can I send it by international priority by myself or do I necessarily need to send it by the University system (which is painfully slow)?

Also is there hope for me to meet the deadlines for 18th December 2018 since this mishap was not caused from my end.

Thanks!
Hi,
My transcripts were misplaced by my University because of which they have caused two month delay in sending them to LSAC. They informed me now that it is prepared. Can I send it by international priority by myself or do I necessarily need to send it by the University system (which is painfully slow)?

Also is there hope for me to meet the deadlines for 18th December 2018 since this mishap was not caused from my end.

Thanks!
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rlme19
If you can convince your University to give you the transcripts in a sealed envelope and state at the international priority mail service that the sender is the university itself, you will not have any problem. I mean, LSAC will see that the sender is the University and since it will be in a closed envelope with a stamp university on it, so you will be fine.


Hope this helps.
If you can convince your University to give you the transcripts in a sealed envelope and state at the international priority mail service that the sender is the university itself, you will not have any problem. I mean, LSAC will see that the sender is the University and since it will be in a closed envelope with a stamp university on it, so you will be fine.


Hope this helps.
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If you can convince your University to give you the transcripts in a sealed envelope and state at the international priority mail service that the sender is the university itself, you will not have any problem. I mean, LSAC will see that the sender is the University and since it will be in a closed envelope with a stamp university on it, so you will be fine.


Hope this helps.


Thankyou! This is very helpful. I'll send it by the international priority only! :)
[quote]If you can convince your University to give you the transcripts in a sealed envelope and state at the international priority mail service that the sender is the university itself, you will not have any problem. I mean, LSAC will see that the sender is the University and since it will be in a closed envelope with a stamp university on it, so you will be fine.


Hope this helps.[/quote]

Thankyou! This is very helpful. I'll send it by the international priority only! :)
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