The Ontario government has introduced full disclosure on high school transcripts to secondary schools across Ontario. This provides students who are working hard the opportunity to show post-secondary institutions an accurate reflection of their work habits and scholastic achievements. Repeated attempts at senior level courses will be reflected on a student's transcript as well as the original mark A student has five school days after receiving his/her mid-term report to withdraw from a course without having the withdrawal noted on his/her transcript. Should a student choose to withdraw after the aforementioned five days, the mark earned will be on the official transcript. Extraordinary circumstance may force a student to withdraw after the aforementioned five days. In certain cases, supported by appropriate documentation given to the Guidance Department a "S" indicator will appear on the transcript to signify extenuating circumstances. Different post-secondary institutions have varying approaches towards full disclosure which may affect your opportunity for admission.