Sooo, after talking to the admissions office secretary at USUHS and finding out that my major in Molecular and Cell Biology at UC Berkeley did not cover their 2 semesters of general chemistry with lab, I enrolled in General Chemistry 2 at a nearby community college. I had recently given up my decently paying job at the NIH, so I applied for financial aid. Halfway through the semester, I checked my balance and it was still at almost 1000 dollars. I asked the Financial Aid office about it and they said I needed at least 6 units to qualify. I weighed my options and looked in the catalogue. There were only two "late-starting" classes that began in November that I could still enroll for, both 1 unit each. One was a kinda cool Career Development class, and the other was Trigonometry. I thought about shelling out the 1000 bucks, but given that I would have to ask my parents who had already helped me financially so much this year, I decided to enroll. Well, the semester is going well and I'm getting straight A's, but that's not saying much for the Trig class (it's so freakin easy, I don't even go to class, just show up for the exams)... Now that I'm on post-interview hold at USUHS, I'm wondering what the Adcom is going to think when I give them my transcript and they see "Trigonometry" on it. Will it bring up any questions? I have already done well in 2 semesters of Calculus at Berkeley.