I posted this topic yesterday but the thread got messed up, so here goes again. So...I hope someone can help. I was recently accepted to a school that requires 6-8 units of math, which I haven't taken (I took 4). However, by a somewhat complicated arrangement at my undergrad college, the calc class I took actually covered 2 semesters' worth in 1. (A letter from the Chair of the Math Dept. explains this in my committee letter). This school wants me to take a 3-credit math class to fulfil the requirement. I completely understand that they have their requirements for a reason, but I REALLY, REALLY don't want to, and will have extreme difficulty fitting this into my spring and summer plans which include full-time work and fun holidays. <img border="0" title="" alt="[Wink]" src="wink.gif" /> (the local community college, which offers a stats class in the evening, has already started the spring semester, otherwise that would be the natural choice.) Has anyone successfully challenged a requirement after being accepted? How did you approach it? Thanks for any advice!!