SA Superday with GPA problem on resume
Allow me to preface this by just stating that I need some advice.
I got to HYP and have a few superdays at a few middle-market banks coming up next Wednesday. I expect to do fairly well on them since I know my material thoroughly so I expect a few offers. Moreso, I have gotten along well with those I have interviewed so far and expect to be very well liked upon receiving an offer.
The problem lies in the GPA listed on my resume. On my resume I listed my major gpa but did not specify it as such (so listed my major and then gpa in the same line). The problem here lies is that it could be misinterpreted as cumulative (technically, but I never stated it was my cumulative).
Yes, yes I know, you could say it was meant to be misleading and we could delve into ethical considerations, etc. etc. but my problem right now requires a solution.
Under the presumptions:
-They like me a whole ton
-I know my shit in and out
-Have certain qualities that make me shine in comparison to other candidates
What should I do? My fault here lies in failing to specify that the gpa listed was my major gpa.
Here are my two choices:
1. I could theoretically accept an offer, start working and wait to be asked for a transcript (if I am asked) and provide it. Then when they question me as to the discrepancy, I could explain that it was my Major GPA listed, not cumulative (a problem could arise if they felt misled though). Since I would be doing well at the job and would be well-liked, this wouldn't be a problem, I presume (since I never fabricated a transcript or anything)
2. The other alternative is kind of "letting them know/clarifying" right after I receive an offer. The problem with this is that they could really not like it and ding me off the bat without giving me a chance to perform on the job and show that I am capable (thus eliminating the "oh hes a great employee and this was just a lack of clarification/who cares" factor).
Feedback would be very appreciated!