Even though you may not have scored so well in school, a report showing that you enrolled in specific courses and earned recognition while doing so would be very helpful in enhancing your profile.
Here are a few resume writing tips you should keep in mind-
The first and the most important advice I’m going to give you is this – do not exceed a single page.
Every bullet point you mention shouldn’t be more and one to one and a half lines.
Follow a single chronological order.
Use active voice instead of passive voice.
Read this blog to get a proper understanding of how to write a resume for college applications
I suggest you mention co-curricular activities instead of extra-curricular stuff
Your SOP needs to tell the university why they should accept you
So talking about co-curricular activities will be more helpful
You could either send an email requesting the admissions office to waive off your application fee by saying you don't have enough money
Or you could apply to partner universities of iSchoolConnect and get a waiver or a discount on the application fee
Approach your college registrar
They can directly mail your transcripts to the university for you (you might be asked to fill a form by your college for this)
Mail it yourself
Make sure your transcripts are sealed and signed/stamped by your university
And mention the name of your college in the From section of your mail
First, you'll have to scan each sheet.
If your printer allows you to combine these scans into a single folder, do that.
If not, you can combine all of these scans into a single file using an online tool.
There are many options available for this - Merge PDF, iLovePDF, and more.
Make sure the end file is a PDF document.
Then upload it to your application!