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there is nothing listed under the to do section on my my.UofC portal, but under admission decision it says the faculty has not yet received the sufficient documentation to begin an evaluation. Does anyone know if that is normal? or should I take that to mean I must not have submitted something properly and follow up with the admissions office? 

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Are you still in your fourth year? I know they wait for fall marks before evaluating current undergrad students. Mine says the same thing right now, its just waiting on my updated fall grades. 

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I am also in my final year, but apparently on my student centre it shows that all sufficient documentation has been received to begin an evaluation.

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14 minutes ago, legallybound said:

I am also in my final year, but apparently on my student centre it shows that all sufficient documentation has been received to begin an evaluation.

Ok that can't be right, Calgary was very adamant on not sending in transcripts until January ?? You sent in grades? And it was ok?

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It might be the case that @legallybound attends the U of C, as I do (please confirm  @legallybound).

Since the school has automatic access to my (and maybe his as well) transcript then it has sufficient documentation even if the actual evaluation won't occur until after Fall marks are received.

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1 hour ago, Chazz said:

It might be the case that @legallybound attends the U of C, as I do (please confirm  @legallybound).

Since the school has automatic access to my (and maybe his as well) transcript then it has sufficient documentation even if the actual evaluation won't occur until after Fall marks are received.

Yes I do go to U of C, so maybe that is the case! Thanks for helping with the clarification!

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On 12/8/2020 at 11:31 AM, app145 said:

there is nothing listed under the to do section on my my.UofC portal, but under admission decision it says the faculty has not yet received the sufficient documentation to begin an evaluation. Does anyone know if that is normal? or should I take that to mean I must not have submitted something properly and follow up with the admissions office? 

thanks :)

The wording in the Application Status updates overnight after the last item comes off your To Do List.

On 12/8/2020 at 11:22 PM, Chazz said:

It might be the case that @legallybound attends the U of C, as I do (please confirm  @legallybound).

Since the school has automatic access to my (and maybe his as well) transcript then it has sufficient documentation even if the actual evaluation won't occur until after Fall marks are received.

This is correct about UCalgary transcripts: they do not appear on To Do Lists because we already have access to them.

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