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Hi all. I've submitted an application to U of A's law program and, after paying, am being prompted for a document upload. Included here is my High School. Does the University of Alberta require high school transcripts to be sent to the institution, or only for post-secondary?

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23 hours ago, DMoney115 said:

Thanks all. This is resolved.

My application portal prompted for me to upload my high school transcript as well. How did you resolve this? 

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