My situation needs a little background information before I ask my question. I attended Penn State University after high school and completed 50.5 credits with a 1.96 GPA before leaving. Around 39 of those credits were a C or better. Since I left Penn State, I've taken numerous classes at a local community college as well many CLEP, Dantes and ECE exams. I graduated from Excelsior College with a BS In General Business and a much more respectable 3.43 GPA. I'm originally from Pennsylvania and I always wanted to graduate from Penn State even though I left and finished my degree elsewhere. I figured out that I only needed 2 classes from PSU to finish an AA degree in Letters, Arts and Sciences. I finished those classes this spring via distance education and will graduate in a week or so. When I re-enrolled at Penn State, because of my previously horrible GPA and the fact that I hadn't taken classes in 4 years at Penn State, they reset my GPA to 0.0 through a policy they have called academic renewal. All my old grades still show up on my transcript, but they don't affect my GPA. My graduation GPA is completely based on whatever I received in my classes going forward. Being that I only needed two classes to finish, my entire GPA is based on 6 credits. I finished both with an A so my GPA is a 4.0. This leads me to my question. What do I put down when asked for my GPA? 4.0? Anyone that looks at my transcript will clearly see that a 4.0 is really not my true GPA but technically is it. What would you list?