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Certificate Right to see your Medical school Transcript

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i have a question. i am IMG and my medical school sent my transcript to ECFMG.
i am just wondering if you can go to Philly. and ask them to show you transcript?
i just called ECFMG and one guy told me yes come over and we will show you and next day i called some other guy is like No you can NOT....
got some ideas?
and why i want to see my transcript is because i failed every semester and want to know if that goes in your transcript or not
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Medical school transcript must be disclosed to medical students.

I've never seen a med school that hide the transcript from their students!

Are you sure?

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Actually I came back to US and then during electronic processing of mails Ecfmg asked my school to send my transcript to them
And my school sent it to Ecfmg but not to me even a copy
So should I call Ecfmg again and ask them that I want to see or I have to go back to med.school and ask them to show me a copy in case they have😥
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Your school always have a copy and they should give it to you at any time you request it. You are even entitled to have the original sent to you.

That's what I know.

Let's see if other members have other opinions.

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Oh man i have to go all the way to my country now .....
what about giving a call to ECFMG again and ask
i mean why are they saying that you do not have right to see YOUR OWN transcript
anyway lets see
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Sorry to jump in. But since it is a related thread, I wanna know if I can send a more recent transcript after ECFMG verified one from medical school? Do you know anybody did it before? Will ECFMG send again the 327 a form to verify the more recent one?
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Thanks StepTaker
Oh man i have to go all the way to my country now .....
what about giving a call to ECFMG again and ask
i mean why are they saying that you do not have right to see YOUR OWN transcript
anyway lets see
If you have family or friends back home why don't you tell them to go pick up a copy and mail it to you? You could call in before hand and let your school know that someone will be coming to pick it up. And I think as long as you passed the supplemental exams you should be fine, they probably showed you as an average student.
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