My school offers the opportunity to technically enroll in a local state university's Calculus I & II course while taking BC Calc. In other words, I take the class at my school but also take the state university's final for the calculus course, and thereby earn credits equivalent to taking the course while enrolled (which I can later transfer). I didn't realize this was considered a college course, and given a grade/transcript, so when schools asked if I was dual-enrolled in any local schools I had said no (Common App section). I received an A on the final, which means I have an A in the university course, but I only have an A- in my school's BC Calc class (with all the rest of my grades being A/A+'s).
Will it make a difference if I send my state university transcript to the schools I apply to in terms of admissions? My school only sent transcripts for the semester last week, but is it too late (especially considering the time it takes to arrive)? If not, can I just send transcripts to the admissions office or do I need to check with each individual school?
For reference, I am applying to several top 20 schools.