Thanks for any info that can be provided, I am new to this forum and appreciate the help. My question is that I have two upcoming interviews at UMichigan and UCIrvine, and I didn't take Biochemistry as an undergraduate. I am currently studying abroad in France and will only be visiting the U.S. for interviews, before I return here. I initially applied to these schools thinking that I might be able to take Biochem if I am indeed accepted, prior to matriculation. However, I am now realizing this will prove to be very difficult logistically, and I wanted to see if anyone had ever heard of this Biochem requirement being waived at either of these schools? If not, I'm wondering if I should even attend the interviews at all, or is this something I might be able to discuss once (if) accepted? I really don't think that I will be able to take the class prior to matriculation. Thanks for any advice, I'm really at a loss as to what to do and I appreciate any help!!