OK, so I have a problem - my physics lab grade shows up in parenthesis and does not appear to count towards my graduation credits although the grade and # credits the class is worth appears. I have a senior year lab that is worth half a credit but is represented by one full credit instead - the transcript office simply took the half credit from sophomore year and added it in senior year with the credits for this class. So it looks like I got 1 full credit for this lab instead of 0.5. So this is how it looks: Class Credits Grade (Physics lab 0.5 A) Diversity of Life Lab 1.0 A- When it SHOULD look: Physics lab 0.5 A Diversity of Life Lab 0.5 A- I can get this fixed - but the issue is now that I've already submitted my transcript and want to submit my application - I'm afraid that AMCAS will show my grades as a mismatch if I enter them correctly, but I'm afraid also that when (if) the schools question me about the parenthesis I'm going to have to explain the error in my senior year - which I feel will be bad because that grade will have counted for twice the credit it's really worth if I enter it as my transcript says. And that seems to me rather deceitful (I did well in teh class). But it's a lousy half-credit and changes my science GPA by .02 and my other GPA by nothing at all. Argh. So what to I do.