(Original post by ProsStudent28Int)
Again, I didn't knew that LSE give offers to people who can't even read, that would be you, complaining about international students. It seems to me it's the other way around, they are letting UK/EU-applicants in as you who can't even read a post or doesn't have the slightest clue regarding LSE admission criteria.
First of all, I DID NOT "miss" any place, how can I miss a place when I even haven't applied yet? As I have already told you that in my last post which clearly states that "I have given up applying LATER this year", because I consider it being a waste of space" - now tell me, what don't you understand from what I said in my previous post ?
Again, you are comparing ALL international students with the U.S. What's with this American FETISH you are having ? Can you leave it alone for a second ?
I am more than qualified, even LSE told me to apply, but I don't want to, it is a waste of space, it's not easy. Competition is intense and no one can say that it is easy.
You don't have any experience regarding this at all, besides going around and thinking that half of LSE does NOT deserve to be there. Which is a very arrogant attitude.
Thousands of international students do apply for 600 places at LSE, that is a fact, because LSE recieves over 16,000 to 17,000 applications, and you don't need to be Einstein to figure out that they recieve thousands of applications from international students.
And then there is as I have mentioned , several thousands EU and UK students who compete for another 600 places.
I NEVER said, and stop being desperate, that it is easier for UK/EU to get in, what I am saying, and what is also the truth, is that it is hard for BOTH UK and Internationals to get in.
Because YOU are the one telling others that it is very easy for internationals to get in, which is a load of BS.
You statement is a fantasy, because LSE does not let anyone in with anything below entry requirements, and not even with minimum requirements, because , once again, there are THOUSANDS of international applicants each year for those 600 places which will be given to internationals.
I don't know why you like to spread lies, maybe it makes you feel better.
It's actually funny in a tragic kind of way, that you think there are two types of students - the ones who "deserve" to be there and the ones who "don't" - based on your prejudice and jealousy.
And again, who said you are American? I don't know why you mention that, I am talking about your FETISH for American entry requirements, which are by the way wrong, U.S. High School diploma and SAT are not enough for entry at LSE.