I took some time to review the list of prerequisites.

I took Calculus I/II and Linear Algebra more than 10 years ago. Needless to say, my knowledge is more than a bit stale. Is this going to be a factor during the admissions process?

I am more than willing to review my math and intend to do so because obviously that is a must to survive in the program. But if it is a factor in the admissions criteria, do I need to retake these courses prior to applying and have a documented proof that I'm up to speed, as opposed to simply reviewing them on my own?

Also, looking through my old undergrad transcripts, I see that I have not explicitly taken any courses in Probability. But I have implicitly studied probability as part of my core engineering courses such as Communications and Linear Systems. How will the admissions people view this?

If it's simply a matter of brushing up on math prior to formally entering the program I am willing to do so. But if it is an admissions criteria, then is it advisable to enroll in formal classes and retake these subjects?