For Xth CBSE our batch still had SA1, SA2. Final Xth marksheet shows only FA and SA. Should we enter as yearly or semester based in the Xth transcript? Kindly advise

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Anupama Singh Answered 9 months ago

Just answer as best you can.  Do what you feel more comfortable doing in the application.  The school can always follow up with you if they have any questions, and if they do this, they usually ask for scanned copies (which you may be able to upload anyway).

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