I have received an additional application form from LSE and it asks whether I am doing any other maths exams.
If I mention that I am doing STEP will it help my application or make it worse off ?
On the one hand it implies that I am more mathematically able and so could strengthen my application but it could also give them the idea I have applied to places like Cam or War for maths (which I haven't, I just like STEP).
Has anyone ever got an offer from LSE Containing STEP ? if so what was it.
Does anyone have any general advice on whether I should tick the STEP box or not.
I don't know anything about the STEP, but generally LSE won't be as bothered as other lower ranked universities about whether people are applying to Cambridge etc as their Economics course is the best in the country so they know they're competitive and people have a good chance of accepting offers they are given. Also, if you sent off your application after October 15th they'll know you aren't applying to Cambridge anyway.
Yea, but if I am not doing STEP should I now do it just so I can tick that box and increase my chances of an offer ?
I consider my self quite strong at maths and, provided I put effort it, should be able to make any conditional offer they give me with STEP.