You will need to review your coursework from each institution attended.The primary institution is the college or university where you will earn or have earned your first bachelor’s degree.Enter credit conversions before submitting the application.
During the Academic Update, you can update only previously planned/in-progress courses with your new grade information and add new planned courses for the future.
You cannot edit previously verified terms or add terms that you forgot to report from past years.
However, please note that when submitting an update, you must move the entire term from "in-progress" to "complete." You cannot move only some of the courses within a term to "complete" status and add the rest later.
This information will not be verified by PTCAS or included in your GPA.
The official PTCAS reported grade will automatically populate.
For non-graded courses, enter the appropriate letter abbreviation: Once you have entered all courses from all United States and Canadian institutions attended, complete the transcript review process to finalize your coursework section.You must enter all attempts of every course taken, even if you later repeated a course or if your college removed the initial attempt from your GPA calculation.Mark the first, subsequent, and final course attempts as "Repeated." Enter the number of credit hours attempted, regardless of how many credits you earned. Enter any AP courses that appear on your official transcripts under the term the credit was granted by your college.If no degree, select the institution in which you completed the most undergraduate courses.If you have any courses that were labs or included a lab component on your transcript, then select yes.The prerequisites indicate the required, competitive applicants will generally apply with more than the minimum.For the 2019-20 application cycle, planned summer 2020 admission, applicants must complete the bachelor's degree and all prerequisite course work with a grade of C (2.0) or better by December 31, 2019 (Fall 2019 term).Select from the dropdown list the subject that best describes the content of the course.PTCAS will use course subjects in the calculation of your GPAs.If the subject is not on this list, search for another subject area related to this course and select it from the list. Enter the attempted credit value for the course, exactly as it appears on your transcript.If you completed courses with unit credits, you may need to convert the unit hours to semester hours (eg, 1.00 credit = 4 semester hours).