TRANSLATIONS LLM APPLICATIONS


Musicaa
Hi everyone.
I live in a french speaking country. My recommenders' letters will have to be translated. Do they only upload the translated version or both the original and the translation?
Also, I live in a different country to my university. They can send my transcripts and diplomas but they can't do the translations for me. Can I send them separately? Or do the translations also have to be sent by the university?
I'm a bit confused.
Hi everyone.
I live in a french speaking country. My recommenders' letters will have to be translated. Do they only upload the translated version or both the original and the translation?
Also, I live in a different country to my university. They can send my transcripts and diplomas but they can't do the translations for me. Can I send them separately? Or do the translations also have to be sent by the university?
I'm a bit confused.
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Hi everyone.
I live in a french speaking country. My recommenders' letters will have to be translated. Do they only upload the translated version or both the original and the translation?

The best option would be to ask him/her to write the recommendation letter in English, otherwise, they should be able to upload both as a single PDF document.


Also, I live in a different country to my university. They can send my transcripts and diplomas but they can't do the translations for me. Can I send them separately? Or do the translations also have to be sent by the university?
I'm a bit confused.

It seems to me that you can send separately the transcripts translation to LSAC.

In any case, you should check that with LSAC directly and share their answer in that post in order to help future applicant.
To contact them, it seems that it's more efficient to call them rather to send them an email.

[Edited by # on Nov 15, 2019]

[quote]Hi everyone.
I live in a french speaking country. My recommenders' letters will have to be translated. Do they only upload the translated version or both the original and the translation?[/quote]
The best option would be to ask him/her to write the recommendation letter in English, otherwise, they should be able to upload both as a single PDF document.


[quote]Also, I live in a different country to my university. They can send my transcripts and diplomas but they can't do the translations for me. Can I send them separately? Or do the translations also have to be sent by the university?
I'm a bit confused.[/quote]
It seems to me that you can send separately the transcripts translation to LSAC.

[b][u]In any case[/u][/b], you should check that with LSAC directly and share their answer in that post in order to help future applicant.
To contact them, it seems that it's more efficient to call them rather to send them an email.
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Musicaa
Thank you for your response.
I followed your advice and directly called LSAC. You were right, the translations can be sent separately from the original transcripts (those must be sent by the university).
I was even told that the translations for the transcripts can be directly uploaded through the LSAC website. As for the recommendations letters, the translated version and the originals can't be sent separately. The recommender ha to upload both versions at the same time.
Thank you for your response.
I followed your advice and directly called LSAC. You were right, the translations can be sent separately from the original transcripts (those must be sent by the university).
I was even told that the translations for the transcripts can be directly uploaded through the LSAC website. As for the recommendations letters, the translated version and the originals can't be sent separately. The recommender ha to upload both versions at the same time.

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