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I've read through the other institutional action threads, but none of them seem to address the question of anyone getting an institutional action after submitting the primary application to AMCAS.

I just went to my registrar's office and they said that information regarding institutional actions are not included on our transcripts. Is this the normal procedure?

If I get accepted somewhere, I assume I will have to send another transcript to prove that I didn't tank all of my senior classes. If there is no mention of this institutional action on my transcript, do you think medical schools can find out?
 

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In certifying your AMCAS submission you agreed to abide by their rules. If that isn't enough incentive, then consider that if a med school finds out later, it can rescind your acceptance or even your medical degree after you earn it: http://forums.studentdoctor.net/showthread.php?t=680032