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Isaac
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Re: transcript for the patent bar exam
« Reply #10 on: Jul 5th, 2007, 3:08pm »
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There are two of you asking questions.
 
For the person with the EE degree, if the degree title is "Electrical Engineering" I'd suggest submitting an official transcript, a translated transcript, and forgetting about the course descriptions.
 
For the person with the foreign CS degree, you are almost certainly going to have to provide course descriptions.
 
I'd also suggest that things like articles, patents, etc. are very unlikely to be the least bit helpful despite what the words in the bulletin say.   That's just my personal opinion based only on reading some of the OED decisions on people submitting proof of equivalents.
 
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Re: transcript for the patent bar exam
« Reply #11 on: Jul 5th, 2007, 3:16pm »
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There are people who are certified translators for a certain language combination. They can translate the documents (and stamp it with their official stamp or seal). I'm not sure if a public notary in the US is enough for this ("Certified English translations of foreign language documents").  
 
For me the problem is the lack of course descriptions..
I might be able to get a statement from a professor or department head (with university stamp) with a short course description but that's about it. I think I try my luck without course descriptions, but with some additional stuff (patents, conference papers etc), in addition to transcripts.
 
Besides, I'm not sure if my "applied physics" is good enough to fulfill the "physics" requirement..
 
 
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