so say i attend a target school and get a 3.4
but i take an easy as shit state school course over the summer (maybe intro to psych) and get an A, or a 4.0
it shows up as a "T" on my transcript for transfer credit from another university
would it then be unethical to then write down the average (3.7) on my job apps
if i get into hot water for it, after i already get hired, i can just be like, "oh sorry i knew i was supposed to include the transcript from all courses i've taken, so i just wanted to make sure i had a 'cumulative' GPA."
i guess my question isn't whether or not this is ethical, but more like would i get fired for this? is this a good idea?