SRAR- Self-Reported Academic Record
What is SRAR ?
SRAR is online application form for undergraduate students to enter high school courses, grades and other academic information found on your official high school transcript. This allows for faster processing of application. If accepted at certain university, a student must then provide official transcripts.
Why SRAR is required ?
Colleges and universities that have implemented self-reporting have found significant improvement in providing timely decisions to applicants and gaining a better understanding of students’ academic backgrounds and their impacts on student success.
How to begin Your Self-Reported Academic Record (SRAR) ?
A student can access SRAR Form once he/she create online application ID and password for certain university application. SRAR ID & password and application login ID and password generally would be the same.
What information is required on SRAR ?
Most SRAR form requires the following information:
1) School Name and Address.
2) School Counselor Information.
3) Class Rank & GPA.
4) Grading Scale.
5) Gap Information (if applicable).
6) Coursework (Subjects and marks.
Each school should be added starting from grade 9th till 12th. There is a drop down for school list. If school name is not found from the drop down then school information can be entered manually by entering city, state and country. Actual dates of school attendance must also be added properly.
Counselor Information is very important. The information required is: Name, Title, email, phone etc. “Class Rank” should be entered as exactly mentioned in the transcripts. If class rank is not mentioned in transcripts, then “My school does not provide class rank” should be checked. Highest “Cumulative Grade Point Average” or “GPA” information should also be added (if available). If no GPA is given, then this field should be left blank.
For the Grading systems, refer to official transcripts. There might be pre-defined grading scales listed in a drop down list. If the grading scale is not found, then it must be entered manually.
Gap interruptions during or after high school education should be added. This section can be left blank if not applicable.
Courses and marks obtained during high school (9th – 12th) must be entered exactly as it appears on student’s transcripts. Once admitted and plan to enroll, student must submit the official transcripts to the university and it should match with the information on SRAR. If it does not, then admission offer will be rescinded.