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Your transcript is a document containing your academic record.
If you can submit an unofficial transcript (most job, scholarship and grad school applications will accept this), this is your best option as it is free. To obtain an unofficial transcript:
Open the Academic History page using the menu-bar on the left-hand side of your screen
If you are required to submit an official transcript, follow these instructions. Note that there is a fee assocciated with ordering an official transcript
Below is a table of common transcript terms and what they mean:
|What it Means
|Included in CGPA
|AEgrotat standing Granted
|You were unable to write a final examination and your petition was successfully approved.
|Used to report the result of an ungraded academic requirement such as PEY, English proficiency, field camp, the 3rd year EngSci seminar course etc.
|Did Not Write
|This is temporary status assigned by a professor if you did not attend required course sessions and/or did not complete a sufficient amount of evaluations. This should be changed to another grade/symbol during the divisional grade review.
|Grade Withheld pending Review
|This is a temporary status if your grade is currently being petitioned or reviewed
|course In PRogress
|This is a temporary status indicating that you are currently enrolled in the course.
|Withdrawal from course without academic penalty. Please see this section for further details.
|No Grade Available
|This is a temporary status while you are waiting for grades to be released.
|This is a temporary status which indicates that you have been granted an extension on incomplete coursework beyond the end of the term due to extenuating circumstances. It will be replaced by a regular mark before the expiry of a specified extension period.
|WithDRawal without academic penalty
|This means that you withdrew after the drop-deadline and are able to demonstrate that there were extenuating circumstances that lead to your withdrawal.