Okay so here's the deal, in my senior year of high school i took college credit (not AP) for the year long spanish course that i took. At the time i didn't realize taht my gpa woul dbe publicized (I got a B in the class), and I'm pissed off because that B (8 credits/year) kinda brings down my gpa from the start. I mean if i got an A in two semesters that still brings my gpa up to a B+ which is lame and pisses me off. Now i have two options. Either i can tell my college that ih ave this credit and 1) have more creidts to sign up earlier for classes 2) be sure that i have nothign to "hide" OR i can try to hide this credit by never showing that i took it by tthe time i apply for med. school. The problem i have is more practical than ethical. I think the whole thing where college courses in high school are considered as part of the gpa is complete BULLsh*t. If i don't report this B (two semesters), then it could looker better without it on my transcript. But what if a med. school found out 1) how much trouble would i get into 2) how likely would they fin dout 3) would it be serious grounds for dismissal 4) if they found out could i be like oh i didn't know that my grade during college counted, I'm so sorry! Obviously, this argument cannot be used when a form SPECIFICALLY says that you need to show all course work in colleges during high school. The problem si that this course i toko wasn't part of "college" but of high school, however it was worth college credit.