If you've made amendments to your specialisation (majors or minors) or qualification at any stage of your study, the next time you enter your paper selection in eVision you will be asked to allocate your papers to your new specialisation or qualification.

This needs to be completed before you can select your papers for the year and before submitting for course approval, or before making paper changes in Change of Course.

To allocate your papers in eVision:

  1. Under My programmes and papers, navigate to Paper selection.
  2. Select Complete this step.
  3. Click on Select papers.
    • If you have previously selected papers for the current year, you will need to click the blue Change papers button to return to Paper selection.
  4. From the drop-down box provided, select the appropriate box. These relate to the subject requirements and additional papers boxes for your programme, which are located on the left-hand side of the page, and are indicated in bold by a number in brackets, e.g. (1). As a general rule of thumb, the lowest number is usually the most appropriate.
  5. Once all papers have been allocated, submit the changes.
  6. You can then continue with Paper selection or Change of Course as normal.

For example, if you added a minor in Chemistry to your programme and need CHEM 191 to meet the minor subject requirements, you would allocate the paper by selecting the box number from the drop-down list that matches the corresponding Chemistry minor specialisation box.

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Last updated 13/06/2022 11.47 AM

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