I would email the institutions you applied to if its still not looking like you're going to get your grade done in time explaining the situation. I had a transcript mix up / error for the Nov 1 transcript deadline and the receiving institution was really kind and understanding about it, so I'm assuming they'd understand this situation considering that its not your fault. I'd personally still send in the transcript with the grades you do have by Feb 1 and maybe send in another transcript when the last grade comes in, but I'd first and foremost email the schools and see what they say / what they want.
Hi all, MA specific question
I know that February 1 is the "Deadline for English program, first-year applicants who complete courses in December 2020 to send their fall 2020 grades to OLSAS."
However, as someone in the finishing stage of their MA degree, would I need to send an updated transcript by Feb 1st, if all I am doing right now is my thesis and its classified as a "graduate continuance course" with no grade attached to it. It does not affect or factor into my GPA whatsoever.
Hoping someone can advise.
I'm an applicant still in my fourth year. I might be jumping the gun a little on this, but one of my professors still hasn't finished grading work from last term, and they've missed their promised deadline three times now. I'm getting concerned they won't be finished by the end of the month. I was also warned by a different faculty member that occasionally, it happens that final marks aren't done until sometime in February. The transcript deadline for OLSAS is February 1st (I know some of the non-Ontario schools I applied to have later dates).
I took five classes in the Fall. I have four of the grades. If it comes down to it, do I send in an incomplete transcript? Has anyone else ever had this situation?