A document-to-document evaluation report is a concise and detailed foreign credential evaluation that determines an individual’s United States educational equivalency. This type of evaluation is perfect for college admissions, employment, or immigration purposes and is generally used for the evaluation of secondary school credentials.
This type of evaluation report includes the following:
- The application number and completion date.
- Personal information, name, and date of birth.
- An evaluation summary that includes: the institution name and country, the type of program completed, the amount of time attended, the type of degree or certificate earned with its United States equivalence and comments, and the date these credentials were awarded.
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