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Registration Questions and Problems

I'm trying to register for Biochemistry 2101, I've done all the prerequisites, I'm doing the corequisite, there's space in the course but the system won't let me register.

If this happens to you, it's because you must register for your courses in the proper order. You should register first for Physics 1021 or 1051 (if you haven't already completed the course), then you should register for Chemistry 2401 (if you completed Chemistry 2400; you don't need to do this if you have taken Chemistry 2440), and finally you register for Biochemistry 2101.

I'm trying to register for Biochemistry 2100 and the same thing happened.

Once again, the order in which you register is important. You should register first for Physics 1021 or 1051 (if you haven't already completed the course), then you should register for Chemistry 2401 (if you completed Chemistry 2400; you don't need to do this if you have taken Chemistry 2440), then you register for Biochemistry 2101 and finally you register for Biochemistry 2100.

Can I get a prerequisite waiver for Biochemistry 2101?

NO! You must pass one course in Organic Chemistry (either Chemistry 2400 or Chemistry 2440) before you will be admitted to Biochemistry 2101. No pass, no admission! Note that if you are taking the Chemistry 2400/2401 stream, then you must also be in Chemistry 2401 at the same time as Biochemistry 2101 unless you have taken it previously.
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