When you select your papers in eVision, the system will automatically enforce paper selection rules, such as checking that you have completed any prerequisite papers.
If you want to select a paper that is not allowed by the paper selection rules in eVision, you will need to request Special Permission to do so.
You will need to choose the one of the following reasons for your request:
I do not meet the prerequisite or corequisite for this paper
You tried to pick this paper but a rule blocked you and you have a background or experience that you believe is equivalent to the prerequisite or corequisite. Example: you lived in France for a year as a child and want to skip FREN 131 and do the more advanced FREN 132
I completed relevant study elsewhere
You tried to pick this paper but a rule blocked you and you have completed study elsewhere that you believe is equivalent to the prerequisite or corequisite. Example: you have NCEA 3 French and want to skip FREN 131 and do the more advanced FREN 132
The paper is not available within my programme
The paper is not included in the regulations of your programme. Example: you are a BA student who wants to apply to take a 400-level Bioethics paper
I wish to repeat a paper to get a better grade
You want to repeat a paper you already passed. Example: LAWS 101
I wish to repeat a Special Topic
You passed a Special Topic paper in a previous year with different content to the current offering
Use this where none of the other options fits your situation. You will be required to provide an explanation of the reason for your request.