I have a unique situation: I skipped my junior and senior year of high school and took all of my courses at a community college and local university and graduated HS with my AA degree. I then traveled across the country and began my undergrad as a freshman in NY. I started my undergrad with little transfer credit because the AA degree was from WA state. However, i was not required to take the mandatory english or calculus courses as it was determined my prior studies sufficed. At the time I was a chemical engineering major and this was not of concern. Oh how things have changed..... Since then, I have switched to chem/bio and a premed track. I have also surpassed calculus courses and have completed a math minor. Should I take an english course asap? Would a journalism course suffice? Would I have a chance to explain this situation to an admissions committee or be denied outright for not completing the necessary requirements? Also, is it safe to assume with my math minor (6 courses more advanced than calculus 1&2) I need not concern myself with the calculus requirements? HELP!