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Submit a scanned copy or a photograph of your documents electronically.

How It Works

Step 1

Step 1

Prepare your documents.

Submit both sides of the official original certificate or diploma, transcript/mark sheet (courses and grades) and a certified and notarized English translation (if any). If you do not have a certified translation, we will do it for you.

Step 2

Step 2

Order and pay online.

Order the evaluation by filling out our online form.

Upload the documents online or follow application instructions for submitting them by mail.

You can pay online with a credit or debit card or by mailing a check or money order.

Step 3

Step 3

Receive the evaluation.

The evaluation will be available online or mailed in 1 to 7 business days depending if you add rush service.

Postal delivery includes 2 copies of the evaluation including 1 copy in a sealed envelope.

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What is Degree Evaluation?

The term degree can mean a number of things depending on the education system where it is earned. Most commonly, it represents a benchmark credential that denotes completion of one level of education and grants access to the next higher level of education. This is a common definition in the education system of the United States and similarly structured countries. However, in many education systems, it is not as easily identifiable.

The education system of the United States at the post-secondary level is comprised of the Bachelor’s, Master’s, and Doctoral degrees. In disciplines from the arts and sciences, these degrees require a minimum of four years of full-time study for the bachelor’s, one to two years for master’s, and three or more for the doctorate. As with many cases in credential evaluation, there are several exceptions, even in the US education system.

Professional degrees, such as those in the fields of architecture, agriculture, physical therapy, among others, can use the term “bachelor’s degree” but may require a different number of full-time years or credits. As is often the case, this happens to meet the functional outcome of said degrees, namely licensure to practice in the place where they are earned. In other fields, such as medicine, dentistry or law, there are no Bachelor’s degrees. Rather, the first professional degree is called Doctor of Medicine, Doctor of Dental Surgery, or Juris Doctor. Master’s degrees in these fields are reserved for highly specialized post-professional programs, which require a first professional degree, such as Doctor of Medicine for admission.

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