We offer two basic types of educational evaluations:
- The Document Report will give the U.S. equivalent for each academic credential you submit to us (e.g. high school diploma, Bachelor's degree, transcript, etc.) It will notate how long you studied and give a short description of your program and its requirements.
- The Document Report is often used for employment, immigration, and education situations, where transfer credit and a Grade Point Average (GPA) are not required.
- The basic fee for the Document Report is $80.
- The Course Report will give the same information as the Document Report - it will indicate the U.S. equivalent for each academic credential you submit to us (e.g. high school diploma, Bachelor's degree, transcript, etc.) In addition, it will contain a section that lists each course on every transcript submitted, assign each course a U.S. equivalent grade and credit hours, and give the Grade Point Average (GPA).
- The Course Report is often used for employment, licensure, immigration, and education situations, where indivudual courses, transfer credit, and/or a Grade Point Average (GPA) are relevant or required.
- The basic fee for the Course Report is $135 (for high school only) and $165 (for post-secondary/college/university and high school if applicable)
- The main difference between a Document Report and a Course Report is that the Document Report will not list individual courses, credits, or GPA; the Course Report will.
- For more information on what types of evaluations are often required in specific cases, please see the links on the right-hand side of this page.
- Ultimately, it is the responsibility of the individual client to know what the institution (school, employer, or other) who is accepting the evaluation will want to see on the evaluation.