Urgent help required - incomplete transcript


Hi all,

I am pursuing a post graduate diploma course from the top law school in India (over and above my LLB of course) - however due to work commitments I was unable to appear for all the exams, and will have to appear in January to clear the course and get my diploma. I requested the university to send a statement of enrolment but they have also included the fact that I have passed 3 of 5 courses and have not mentioned the grades. They had specifically told me they will not issue a transcript until the course is complete. Can someone please help me out here, will this affect my applications in any way because of an 'incomplete transcript'?

Thanks in advance!!

[Edited by lazyoverachiever1234 on Dec 17, 2021]

Hi all,<br><br>I am pursuing a post graduate diploma course from the top law school in India (over and above my LLB of course) - however due to work commitments I was unable to appear for all the exams, and will have to appear in January to clear the course and get my diploma. I requested the university to send a statement of enrolment but they have also included the fact that I have passed 3 of 5 courses and have not mentioned the grades. They had specifically told me they will not issue a transcript until the course is complete. Can someone please help me out here, will this affect my applications in any way because of an 'incomplete transcript'?<br><br>Thanks in advance!!
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Hi all,

I am pursuing a post graduate diploma course from the top law school in India (over and above my LLB of course) - however due to work commitments I was unable to appear for all the exams, and will have to appear in January to clear the course and get my diploma. I requested the university to send a statement of enrolment but they have also included the fact that I have passed 3 of 5 courses and have not mentioned the grades. They had specifically told me they will not issue a transcript until the course is complete. Can someone please help me out here, will this affect my applications in any way because of an 'incomplete transcript'?

Thanks in advance!!

Hey sorry to hear you're going through that. I'm not sure I understand correctly: Could you clarify whether LSAC has gotten in contact with you to inform you that the transcripts are, in fact, 'incomplete'? Or are you calling them 'incomplete' yourself simply because they reflect 3 of 5 exams and have not yet been sent to LSAC?

If the transcripts were received by LSAC and marked 'incomplete' by them, I would give them a call, explain the situation, and ask what other documents you can forward to them. They should have specialists familiar with the Indian university system to guide you along.

If the transcripts were not received by LSAC, and you are the one calling them 'incomplete' because they reflect 3 of 5 exams, I would still submit them regardless, considering your university is not giving you an alternative.

In any event, I would draft and submit a nice addendum to accompany my applications where I would explain why I have only taken and passed 3 of 5 exams. I would also attach any necessary evidence.

In fine, make a good case for yourself. You are a lawyer aren't you? You can do it 1f91e

[Edited by rebus sic stantibus on Dec 21, 2021]

[quote]Hi all,<br><br>I am pursuing a post graduate diploma course from the top law school in India (over and above my LLB of course) - however due to work commitments I was unable to appear for all the exams, and will have to appear in January to clear the course and get my diploma. I requested the university to send a statement of enrolment but they have also included the fact that I have passed 3 of 5 courses and have not mentioned the grades. They had specifically told me they will not issue a transcript until the course is complete. Can someone please help me out here, will this affect my applications in any way because of an 'incomplete transcript'?<br><br>Thanks in advance!! [/quote]<br>Hey sorry to hear you're going through that. I'm not sure I understand correctly: Could you clarify whether LSAC has gotten in contact with you to inform you that the transcripts are, in fact, 'incomplete'? Or are you calling them 'incomplete' yourself simply because they reflect 3 of 5 exams and have not yet been sent to LSAC?<br><br>If the transcripts were received by LSAC and marked 'incomplete' by them, I would give them a call, explain the situation, and ask what other documents you can forward to them. They should have specialists familiar with the Indian university system to guide you along.<br><br>If the transcripts were not received by LSAC, and you are the one calling them 'incomplete' because they reflect 3 of 5 exams, I would still submit them regardless, considering your university is not giving you an alternative.<br><br>In any event, I would draft and submit a nice addendum to accompany my applications where I would explain why I have only taken and passed 3 of 5 exams. I would also attach any necessary evidence.<br><br>In fine, make a good case for yourself. You are a lawyer aren't you? You can do it :crossed-fingers:<br>
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Hi all,

I am pursuing a post graduate diploma course from the top law school in India (over and above my LLB of course) - however due to work commitments I was unable to appear for all the exams, and will have to appear in January to clear the course and get my diploma. I requested the university to send a statement of enrolment but they have also included the fact that I have passed 3 of 5 courses and have not mentioned the grades. They had specifically told me they will not issue a transcript until the course is complete. Can someone please help me out here, will this affect my applications in any way because of an 'incomplete transcript'?

Thanks in advance!!

Hey sorry to hear you're going through that. I'm not sure I understand correctly: Could you clarify whether LSAC has gotten in contact with you to inform you that the transcripts are, in fact, 'incomplete'? Or are you calling them 'incomplete' yourself simply because they reflect 3 of 5 exams and have not yet been sent to LSAC?

If the transcripts were received by LSAC and marked 'incomplete' by them, I would give them a call, explain the situation, and ask what other documents you can forward to them. They should have specialists familiar with the Indian university system to guide you along.

If the transcripts were not received by LSAC, and you are the one calling them 'incomplete' because they reflect 3 of 5 exams, I would still submit them regardless, considering your university is not giving you an alternative.

In any event, I would draft and submit a nice addendum to accompany my applications where I would explain why I have only taken and passed 3 of 5 exams. I would also attach any necessary evidence.

In fine, make a good case for yourself. You are a lawyer aren't you? You can do it 1f91e

Hi, thanks for responding. I mean I have presumed it will be deemed incomplete. Its not really a big deal in this course to take exams later, but yes you're right I should have explained that in my application and I have not. I have already submitted applications to my top 5. Now I am a bit worried how it'll look, because I really did not think it was a big deal, and I feel I have an otherwise strong application.

[Edited by lazyoverachiever1234 on Dec 21, 2021]

[quote][quote]Hi all,<br><br>I am pursuing a post graduate diploma course from the top law school in India (over and above my LLB of course) - however due to work commitments I was unable to appear for all the exams, and will have to appear in January to clear the course and get my diploma. I requested the university to send a statement of enrolment but they have also included the fact that I have passed 3 of 5 courses and have not mentioned the grades. They had specifically told me they will not issue a transcript until the course is complete. Can someone please help me out here, will this affect my applications in any way because of an 'incomplete transcript'?<br><br>Thanks in advance!! [/quote]<br>Hey sorry to hear you're going through that. I'm not sure I understand correctly: Could you clarify whether LSAC has gotten in contact with you to inform you that the transcripts are, in fact, 'incomplete'? Or are you calling them 'incomplete' yourself simply because they reflect 3 of 5 exams and have not yet been sent to LSAC?<br><br>If the transcripts were received by LSAC and marked 'incomplete' by them, I would give them a call, explain the situation, and ask what other documents you can forward to them. They should have specialists familiar with the Indian university system to guide you along.<br><br>If the transcripts were not received by LSAC, and you are the one calling them 'incomplete' because they reflect 3 of 5 exams, I would still submit them regardless, considering your university is not giving you an alternative.<br><br>In any event, I would draft and submit a nice addendum to accompany my applications where I would explain why I have only taken and passed 3 of 5 exams. I would also attach any necessary evidence.<br><br>In fine, make a good case for yourself. You are a lawyer aren't you? You can do it :crossed-fingers:<br> [/quote]<br>Hi, thanks for responding. I mean I have presumed it will be deemed incomplete. Its not really a big deal in this course to take exams later, but yes you're right I should have explained that in my application and I have not. I have already submitted applications to my top 5. Now I am a bit worried how it'll look, because I really did not think it was a big deal, and I feel I have an otherwise strong application.
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