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Hello,

Starting this discussion to know more about the number of students on the LSE Graduate Reserve List this year and to exchange general information about the LSE Reserve list stats.
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Hello,

Starting this discussion to know more about the number of students on the LSE Graduate Reserve List this year and to exchange general information about the LSE Reserve list stat
I was put on the Reserve List for the MSc Behavioural Sciences program.
Anyone else on the list as well?
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Hello,

Starting this discussion to know more about the number of students on the LSE Graduate Reserve List this year and to exchange general information about the LSE Reserve list stats.
I have just been put on the reserve list for International Social and Public Policy. Anyone know the odds of getting a place? And if so, is there a possibility of being informed before August? Trying to work out what to do as will need to take a sabbatical from work if I do get a place.
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I have been put on the reserve list for MSc Sociology since March. And I have not heard anything back from the LSE. As far as I know, our applications will be reconsidered by the end of July.
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(Original post by napnock)
I have been put on the reserve list for MSc Sociology since March. And I have not heard anything back from the LSE. As far as I know, our applications will be reconsidered by the end of July.
Does your notification say 'end of july"?
Mine says that you will be notified with a decision by the end of August
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I'm sorry that I didn't explain clearly. Yes, I got the same notification that a decision will have been made by the end of August, but someone told me that the department will start reconsidering again after all offer holders accept/reject their offers until the due date, the end of July. However, I read some blog posts and found that there were some from the reserved list got offers before May. I think it will be possible to be noticed before the end of August if there are seats available and we are selected.

Hope you all will get an offer real soon
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Hi all! Does anyone have more information on how the reinstating process goes? I got put on the reserve list for my first choice program and don't expect that I'll get an offer this admissions cycle. Does reinstating mean that we get a pretty good shot at getting an offer (as long as we submit earlier )? Just trying to see if I can sort of plan...Thanks for staring this thread! Hope everyone gets an offer soon as well.
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Just got placed on the reserves list for MSc Real Estate Economics and Finance. Anyone know the chances of receiving an offer?
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Hello,

Starting this discussion to know more about the number of students on the LSE Graduate Reserve List this year and to exchange general information about the LSE Reserve list stats.
In my email LSE says we will get an answer by the end of August regarding our first choice programme. However, did anyone else apply for a second choice? I'm wondering if they're going to let us know an answer for those programmes before then. Has anyone heard back from their second choice? If so, how long did it take?
I have to accept an offer for another school by July 31st so I'm really hoping LSE doesn't take until August to let us know about our second choices.
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(Original post by noracorinne13)
In my email LSE says we will get an answer by the end of August regarding our first choice programme. However, did anyone else apply for a second choice? I'm wondering if they're going to let us know an answer for those programmes before then. Has anyone heard back from their second choice? If so, how long did it take?
I have to accept an offer for another school by July 31st so I'm really hoping LSE doesn't take until August to let us know about our second choices.
I think you should definitely write to them and inquire. There's nothing to lose by asking either way
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Just got placed on the reserves list for MSc Real Estate Economics and Finance. Anyone know the chances of receiving an of
Hey! So I'been going through Freedom of Information acts exercised by students to LSE inquiring about the number of places.
It seems to depend on the program. The reserve list can be anywhere from 5 students to 50 it looks like.

https://www.whatdotheyknow.com/reque...istics_for_msc

Here's the link I referred to
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(Original post by Anonymous)
I was put on the Reserve List for the MSc Behavioural Sciences program.
Anyone else on the list as well?
my application is still under review since march 18.
I assume the course is full at this point and I only have chances of being put on the reserve list.
May I ask you when your application was processed?

(Original post by piguquan)
Just got placed on the reserves list for MSc Real Estate Economics and Finance. Anyone know the chances of receiving an offer?
my application is still under review since march 18.
I assume the course is full at this point and I only have chances of being put on the reserve list.
May I ask you when your application was processed?
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Got placed on the reserve list for MSc HRO in May, and being an international applicant, the visa process needs to start at a particular date. Any idea if students hear from LSE before August? Since the course start date is mid September.
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Got placed on the reserve list for MSc HRO in May, and being an international applicant, the visa process needs to start at a particular date. Any idea if students hear from LSE before August? Since the course start date is mid September.
Haven't heard of anyone that got off the reserve list yet, but I'm an international applicant too and this is my concern as well.
I assume if we don't hear back by the end of July that we will have to reinstate? Because the VISA process will take longer than a month or two.
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(Original post by Gapppp20)
my application is still under review since march 18.
I assume the course is full at this point and I only have chances of being put on the reserve list.
May I ask you when your application was processed?


my application is still under review since march 18.
I assume the course is full at this point and I only have chances of being put on the reserve list.
May I ask you when your application was processed?
My app was processed on Feb 15th and I was placed on the reserve list on 15th April
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I was put on the Reserve List for the MSc Behavioural Sciences program.
Anyone else on the list as well?
I was also put on the list for the same program early May.
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My app was processed May 6th and I was put on the reserve list on June 3rd. Does anyone know if LSE offers places to people in the reserve chronologically based on when they applied or based on the standard of the application? Thanks!
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I’m on a reserve list for a Sociology course. Would it be worth emailing the course convener about new academic results I have (just received a first on my under grad degree) & say again how interested I am in the course? Not sure if this will help my chances of getting a spot, but I doubt it could hurt? Any opinions please!
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(Original post by Anonymous)
I’m on a reserve list for a Sociology course. Would it be worth emailing the course convener about new academic results I have (just received a first on my under grad degree) & say again how interested I am in the course? Not sure if this will help my chances of getting a spot, but I doubt it could hurt? Any opinions please!
I'm in the same situation but for a different course - did you end up sending it in? Wondering if I should as well.
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