Hey everyone, I am going into my senior year at a large state school. During my Junior year I was caught receiving "unauthorized assistance" on an exam in one of my classes, and as a result my grade was dropped from a B to a C in the class. Besides the C on my transcript, there is no IA or asterisk anywhere on my official transcript (as I ordered it from the school). I was placed on conduct probation for 6 months, and had to complete a short online academic integrity workshop. After that I was placed back into good standing. I called my undergraduate institution and they told me they don't release my conduct file to any schools without my permission. My school does not have a pre-med committee, so there is no committee letter that could possibly list my violation. My main question is, does this count as an IA and do I have to mention it on the AMCAS application? Even though schools will probably not find out about it, is it something I should mention? I called my undergraduate institution and they declined to mention whether or not it counted as an IA, so I honestly have no idea. I understand the implication of reporting an IA, which is why I am hesitant to report it if I don't have to. I called a medical school in my state and they mentioned that having this violation on my record (If I owned up to it) would not necessarily keep me out of their medical school. Thanks to anyone who helps me out in my predicament.