Evaluation and Grade transcription timelines vary by time of year.
If you’re reading this article, you are likely on the home stretch of your course – congratulations! We can’t wait to see the brilliance you’ve acquired through your Learners Edge course. Depending on the month of submission evaluation may take 5-7 business days. If you are under a time crunch, we offer an Expedited Evaluation service that may help!
Evaluators provide feedback on each and every Continuing Education course assignment. During our peak volume months of March, April, July, August, and November, please allow up to 7 days for evaluation. During all other months, evaluators will provide feedback within 5 days.
Our evaluation team reviews work in the order it is submitted. Keep in mind, we work weekends and will get your coursework back to you as quickly and thoroughly as possible. We’ll send you an email notification after one of our super evaluators has reviewed your coursework. Make sure to read the feedback from your evaluator and resubmit if requested or pat yourself on the back for a job well done!
Tip: Check out this article for more information on viewing the feedback from your evaluator.
Once your work is complete (if it is after the grade release date for the session), you will receive a course completion email from Learners Edge. This email will tell you that your grade has posted to your Learners Edge record and you can access your Learners Edge letter of completion. We will send your grade in an automatic overnight transfer to your university partner.
We adhere to the grading and session timelines of our university partners. With each session, there is a grade release date. This is the date we will begin releasing and posting grades for coursework completed in the session. If you complete the coursework before the grade release date, your grade and letter of completion will not be available until the session grade release date.
Session Grade Release Dates
- Spring: January 2
- Summer: May 16
- Fall: September 2
After we’ve sent your grade, follow the transcription timeline of your university partner. For more information on transcription timelines, go to your university partner's page on our website.
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