Hi all, I'm applying for graduate entry after a engineering degree I did at UoA (Civil & Environmental). Now the environmental engineering pathway made us take a whole bunch of papers involving applied organic chemistry and some cellular microbiology. On top of that, in first year engineering everyone takes ENGGENG140 - Engineering Biology and Chemistry. So if my application is successful, I'm really hoping on skipping 2 out of the 4 core papers (leaving pophealth and organ systems). I understand I won't have the opportunity to show how those papers can cross off a lot of the chem/bio FY core papers and that the admissions board or similar would make that decision? Can anyone weigh in on this? Anyone else applying through engineering or know someone who has? What about other degrees that weren't relevant to bio/chem - what FY papers did they have to do? Thanks!