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You're taking few hundredths of a point, even if it means lowering the GPA. You should get it accurate. You don't want this to cause ethical questions down the line. It's not worth the risk for a marginally better number.
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Seconding the "call them," but will also add that you should follow up if they don't fix it or say they can't. They dropped a semester from my GPA too, and the first time I called they gave me the runaround and had me double checking things with like seven different departments in my UG, after which it turned out everything was actually fine on my/my UG's end. The second time I called, I got a different person and it was fixed within a day.
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