Go, team, go! You can do it! Write it as a rough draft first. You can edit the class titles, grades, credits, etc., after you get something on paper.
Perfect encouragement, as I'm facing this right now. Although my daughter is in 11th grade, I just have scraps of paper with courses/grades. She needs a transcript NOW to apply for a summer program. My biggest concern is that I write something that does not have to be set in stone. Your column today is one more encouragement I've received! Thanks Lee!
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