The LSDAS report that is sent to requesting law schools will refect two UGPA figures: Degree Granting GPA, and cumulative GPA. These two numbers are shown side-by-side on the report. When law schools calculate your admissions index, most if not all, will use the cumulative GPA and your LSAT score to reach this index.
You must submit transcripts from EVERY school that you have attended since leaving high school. This includes comm. colleges and other institutions where you may have taken a class or two just for kicks. If you have any doubt about whether a transcript should be submitted, e-mail LSAC and they will let you know. They replied to my question within just a few hours.
All of your transcripts will be evaluted and included into your cumulative GPA by LSDAS. This number may be lower than the GPA that you graduated with
but that's the way it's done.
To everyone, myself included, who is taking (or took) the 06/14 LSAT, BEST OF LUCK!