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How do you know if your transcript has been received? I submitted my transcript request over a week ago and I see that nothing has changed on OLSAS....do I have to wait until I officially submit my application/pay all the application fees?

How does it work.

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3 hours ago, REDDSTAR said:

How do you know if your transcript has been received? I submitted my transcript request over a week ago and I see that nothing has changed on OLSAS....do I have to wait until I officially submit my application/pay all the application fees?

How does it work.

Hi, 

mine only said received after I filled out the academic history part of the application! I'm not sure if that was a coincidence or not, but as soon as I finished that it showed up on document tracking!

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