My undergrad college has an academic forgiveness policy, and to put a long story short, before I realized that medical schools don't participate, I used that policy to improve my GPA. Right out of high school I had two semesters of F's and quit going to school for a few years. I came back, made very good grades and maintained a good GPA from that point forward. The college "forgave" those grades and didn't count them toward my GPA. On my official transcript, each of those courses lists the course name and number and shows an F for the grade, but it has zero for the number of credit hours attended, zero for credit hours completed, and zero for the number of quality points. In effect, despite it showing an F as the grade, it has no effect on my GPA. According to the AACOMAS instructions, everything on the application should exactly match the official transcript. I am wondering whether or not I should put in the number of credit hours that the course originally was instead of zero, or if I should just leave it at zero per my official transcript. Does anyone have any experience with a similar situation?