My first two years of attending the university i basically flunked out. I was in a bad personal situation that just messed me up. I shouldn't have been going to school at all. But, I did. I had may be a .75 gpa or something. Needless to say, I was academically dismissed from the school. After that I made some major changes in my life and started going to community college. Two years later (today) I got my AA with a 3.8 gpa. I applied for readmission through a salvage program where they reset your gpa to 0.00 but you retain the courses that were taken at CC. So currently I have a "0.00 gpa" and two years left for my degree (Biology w/ minor in Psych). I realize that it the first couple of years are always going to be on my record. My question is if anyone has had some type of experience in this situation? Do you believe if I continue to receive A's in the majority of my classes, they might "forgive" those first two years and have a chance at a decent grad program? I plan to speak to an advisor on Monday about this, but I just thought I'll throw this question out here, see what you guys think. Thanks in advance.