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enveng1978

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I am an environmental engineering grad who went to a school that had quarters instead of semesters. My freshman year I had three quarters of general chemistry, however, when I reviewed my profile it indicated I only had 6 credits of Gen Chem. I have taken more than the necessary amount of chemistry, due to the fact that env. engineering coursework is about 40% chemistry, although the course names do not indicate this. Will the schools consider me unqualified and not send me secondaries, or will I have the opportunity to clarify this in a secondary application or an interview?
 
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