I have been accepted off the waitlist to medical school. I was checking the guidelines for admission and there is a section about "Completion of Degree." It says basically that "applicants enrolled in degree granting programs, including first baccalaureate undergraduate, masters or doctoral degree granting programs, are required to complete all degree requirements." And that if you fail to do so, you won't matriculate. My question is that I have completed my primary BS degree in Biology. I applied 1 year late so I decided to take some undergraduate classes while I applied. I wasn't sure at the time whether I should reapply as "Degree Seeking Post-Bac" or "Non-Degree Seeking Post-Bac". For financial reasons, I went with Degree-Seeking Post-Bac (in Chemistry). Now, I have been accepted into medical school, and I'm not sure what to do about because I really just took 3 classes-Anatomy, Physiology, and Biochem this past year so that it would look good to Admissions Committees that I was keeping up with coursework. I wasn't really planning on getting a Chemistry degree, and now I'm scared I won't be allowed to go to medical school because I haven't completed the post-bac degree? What can I do? Can I change my major/status to "Non-Degree Seeking" and then I won't have to complete it? I'm really worried. Thanks if you can give me any advice on this?