Doesn't sound like it's at the level of an IA.Hey, y'all I had a question about an IA. So in my sophomore year ( a year ago), I received a warning letter from my dean because I helped my friend on a quiz. I showed them my work thinking they would use my work to help them solve their problem. Of course, they took my answer and submitted it on their quiz. I understand how I was in the wrong, even if students are allowed to work together straight out stealing answers is a huge no-no. I have repented for my mistake and drove myself crazy over stress and regret but at this point, there isn't anything I can do so I am just going to be honest on my application and try and show how I have matured from this situation. I met my dean and explained what happened and they decided that I didn't do anything bad enough to result in an F so I kept my A grade in that class, but had to write a letter of apology and attend a decision-making workshop. My dean also told me that I don't need to mention this letter of warning because he believes that it is an "internal college situation", not on my transcript, and something that can only be found if it is requested so I would be sabotaging my application because it is expunged in 5 years. So my question is how much have I screwed myself over? I am planning to apply in my senior year so I would be attending med school in Fall 2022. Should I just wait until this is removed from my record before I apply? Or can I still apply really broadly and hope that some school is willing to even look at my application? If someone could give me advice I would really appreciate it, I don't know anyone else I can ask about this so I am a bit desperate. Thank you!