Get about eight sets of college transcripts (considering you will be applying to eight universities) on the college letterhead with the original stamp and signature of the college registrar or the principal.
Enclose the transcripts in the college envelopes or normal white envelopes. At the back of the envelope, get a stamp and signature across the flaps. The stamp and signature across the flap are compulsory.
If you have graduated, get college-attested photocopies of the degree/provisional/passing certificate (whichever is available at the time of application). Include this certificate along with the transcripts without fail.
Some American universities do not accept college transcripts. They require transcripts signed and sealed by the university. In that case, you must contact the transcript department of your university for issuing transcripts including the degree certificate.
Each set should be signed, stamped, and sealed in an envelope. Check with the university, directly, for requirements and the process.
Other American universities require university-attested mark sheets. In that case, you must get your mark sheets (including all backlogs/years down mark sheets), and the degree certificate attested by the university.
Each set should be signed, stamped, and sealed in an envelope. Check with the university directly for requirements and the process.
If you have completed, a diploma before the degree you should take about eight sets of diploma transcripts including the diploma certificate attested by your college registrar.
Each set should be signed, stamped, and sealed in an envelope. You must mention the date of issuance* on the transcripts.
You should include a write-up on the university and the college in the transcript envelope.
* The date on which you get the transcripts sealed and signed by the college...
NOTE: You can use photocopies of the college letterhead, but make sure that the college stamp and the registrar's signature in the original are on every page.
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